KuneKune Pigs - Sows/Gilts
Registered AKKPS & AKPR
Calamity is my first KuneKune Pig and definitely our “boss hog” in the herd. Yes, I was reading a book about Calamity Jane when I named her but the name fits her perfectly.
She is everything you could want in a Jenny, great conformation, dark coloring and a wonderful Mother.
I have Goose Meadow Farm to thank for this beautiful girl, thus Miss ippi is her name, from Mississippi. We love everything about her, great conformation with short legs, large droopy ears and a thick curly coat.
She is also the most lovable and has recently given us a litter of Six for her first pregnancy.
Our first Sally, but hopefully not our last, thank you Goose Meadow! She's a little chatterbox so she is named after one of our grandchildrens favorite book character. We can't wait to see what she will look like later...hopefully she will take after her dam Duchess Kate. We are hoping to breed her with Gunner in June 2016! Wait for the announcemnet!
Rebecca Gina/Mahia Love
Kelso comes to us from Northern
California, she has fantastic ears
and a sweet personality. She is expecting
piglets in Nov. 2017 with Ranger as sire.
I am so proud to call this girl a Piney
Creek Farm gilt, she's completely adorable!
We also call her "no legs" for an obvious
reason! She is expecting soon with Ru/Aria
My last Trish from Goose Meadow, I love
the Trish line and Lulu is half sister to my
lovely Miss ippi. Both are proven sows
and wonderful mothers.
If you want a kunekune that is wide
and large bodied, get a tapeka. Delta
was larger at one year than any other
gilt I have owned. You can always find
her lounging in a puddle or pool!
PCF Trish/BH Tutaki
Queen Bee has the most gentle nature of
all our gilts, great conformation with excellent
feet and pasterns. Hmmm, I might be partial
Speck is a PCF Aria Giana/Ru
Registered AKKPS 5652
A large gilt, beautiful and with a great
personality, long and well built with
a perfect wide head and short snout.
PCF Wilsons Gina/Ru
Liddie Lou (cream) and Speck are inseparable.
Believe it or not Liddie is the daughter of our
black sow, Bambalam. Makes you wonder
what Liddie will produce.