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in Nederland zijn er momenteel geen levende zuivere beren meer. In de genenbank zit momenteel sperma van 76 zuivere Nederlands Landvarken beren.

in Nederland zijn er momenteel geen levende zuivere beren meer. In de genenbank zit momenteel sperma van 76 zuivere Nederlands Landvarken beren.

Raising pigs for pork, plowing and more

Raising Pigs for Pork, Plowing and More - Sustainable Farming

Raising pigs A-Z Pigs take 6 months to raise from birth to butcher weight. Buy piglets in the spring, butcher in the fall, let them happily forage during the green months (supplemented with vege garden, chicken eggs, leftovers, etc.)

Raising pigs A-Z Pigs take 6 months to raise from birth to butcher weight. Buy piglets in the spring, butcher in the fall, let them happily forage during the green months (supplemented with vege chicken eggs, leftovers, etc.

Heritage Pork Berkshire Pigs

Heritage Pork Berkshire Pigs

A podcast with Walter Jeffries of Sugar Mountain Farm on raising pastured pigs. A must listen episode!

Of Tiller Pigs & Weeder Chickens

The Gloucestershire Old Spots A few years ago fashion called for only one or two spots but today breeders have decided that if you are going to have a spotted pig, then it should have more spots. The spots should, however, be clearly defined and black but not blue. Their legs and feet should be strong and straight and their ears should be lop ears covering their faces and coming down to their noses.

The Gloucester Old Spot pig, docile and tasty

Hereford Breed: The first hogs known as Herefords originated on the farm of R.U. Webber of La Plata, Missouri. Mr. Webber was said to have made his first crosses in about 1902, and these ultimately involved several breeds.

Hereford Breed: The first hogs known as Herefords originated on the farm of R. Webber of La Plata, Missouri. Webber was said to have made his first crosses in about and these ultimately involved several breeds.

Pigs, Rare Pig Breeds | Rare Breeds Centre

Gloucester Old Spot Pig on the Farm waiting for the Farmer to come with…

The Duroc Their thick auburn winter coat and hard skin allows them to survive the cold and wet of the British winter. This coat moults out in summer to leave the pig looking almost bald, but as a consequence it can cope with hot dry summers equally well. All purebred Durocs are red in colour and the development of a so-called “White Duroc” has only been achieved by crossbreeding with a white breed.

The Duroc Their thick auburn winter coat and hard skin allows them to survive…

Yorkshire Sow very soon to give birth to a litter

Breeds of Livestock - Yorkshire Swine — Breeds of Livestock, Department of Animal Science

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