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Ossabaw Island Pigs - Ossabaw Island is een van de Zee-eilanden gelegen aan de Atlantische Oceaan voor de kust van de Amerikaanse staat Georgia

Ossabaw Island Pigs - Ossabaw Island is een van de Zee-eilanden gelegen aan de Atlantische Oceaan voor de kust van de Amerikaanse staat Georgia

berkshire pig - Bing Images

berkshire pig - Bing Images

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Berkshire Pig

Berkshire Pig

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Pig's

Pig's

De Iberische varkens danken hun zwarte kleur door het eten van eikels.

De Iberische varkens danken hun zwarte kleur door het eten van eikels.

pork engraving

pork engraving

Curly haired pig

Furry pig sells for £250 at swine auction

Curly haired pig

Cerdo pietrain

Cerdo pietrain

pietrain

pietrain

American Livestock Breeds from Colonial Times that Arrived on the Mayflower

American Livestock Breeds from Colonial Times

American Livestock Breeds from Colonial Times that Arrived on the Mayflower

I think these bars make my butt look big.  (Duroc pig-Houston Rodeo '12)

I think these bars make my butt look big. (Duroc pig-Houston Rodeo '12)

How Much Does It Cost To Raise a Pig? // LoveLiveGrow // #homesteading #livestock #pigs

How Much Does It Cost to Raise A Pig

How Much Does It Cost To Raise a Pig? // LoveLiveGrow // #homesteading #livestock #pigs

The Gloucestershire Old Spots is a historic pig breed known for its distinctive white coat with black spots. The breed was developed in the Berkley Vale of Gloucestershire, England, during the 1800s. Its exact origins are not known, though it was likely based on two breeds – the original Gloucestershire pig which was large, off-white, had wattles and was without spots, and second, the unimproved Berkshire. Both of the old breeds used to develop the Old Spots are now extinct.

The Gloucestershire Old Spots is a historic pig breed known for its distinctive white coat with black spots. The breed was developed in the Berkley Vale of Gloucestershire, England, during the 1800s. Its exact origins are not known, though it was likely based on two breeds – the original Gloucestershire pig which was large, off-white, had wattles and was without spots, and second, the unimproved Berkshire. Both of the old breeds used to develop the Old Spots are now extinct.