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The cutest British Lop piglet and his gorgeous snout routing in the straw

British Lop Pig

The British Lop Pig is currently the rarest of all British pigs, and is classified on the RBST list as “Vunerable” meaning there are less than 300 registered breeding sows.
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A lovely tamworth orange piglet in the straw

Tamworth

Originating in the Midlands, the Tamworth is the closest to the traditional pig that would have roamed the woods of Britain in medieval times and whose ancestor would have been the wild boar.
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Bilbo our fantastic Kune Kune boar - he even sits for his meals!

Kune Kune

Kune Kune pigs (pronounced Kooney Kooney) were probably brought from Southern Asia to New Zealand by whalers who traded them with the Maori people.
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A Gloucester Old spot sow with lots of piglets - very cute!

Gloucestershire Old Spot

The Gloucestershire Old Spot or Orchard Pig has been around for about 200 years.
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Saddleback

The British Saddleback is the result of the amalgamation of two similar breeds, the Essex and Wessex Saddleback.
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