The Oxford Sandy and Black is a breed of domestic pig originating in Oxfordshire. Named for its color, which is a base of sandy brown with black patches, the breed is also sometimes called the "Plum Pudding" or "Oxford Forest pig." Related to the old Berkshire and Tamworth breeds, it is one of the oldest pigs native to Britain. The breed has twice neared extinction, but has recovered due to the efforts of a dedicated breed association. It is still considered an at risk breed.