KuneKune Pigs - Sows
Dual Registered AKKPS 0548
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 KuneKune and the Jenny Sow Line, great conformation, dark coloring and wonderful mothering skills. You have to have a Jenny KuneKune Pig!
I have Goose Meadow Farm to thank for this beautiful KuneKune Pig, 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.
Rebecca Gina/Mahia Love
Dual Registered AKKPS 3773
Kelso comes to us from Northern
California, she has fantastic ears
and a sweet personality. And a large girl!
Kelso is dam to MacDougal, our young Boris boar,
she is a good breeder with a fantastic mothering
instinct. Nice topline and conformation.
Another lovely KuneKune Pig.
I am so proud to call this girl a Piney
Creek Farm homebred KuneKune pig,
she's completely adorable!
We also call her "no legs" for an obvious
reason! Her first litter with Arlo as the sire
Wincy is on the smaller side but has a long silky
coat and beautiful kunekune babies!
PCF Trish/BH Tutaki
Queen Bee has the most gentle nature of
all our gilts, great conformation with
feet and pasterns. She had 10 cream
piglets her first litter!
PCF Aria Giana/Ru
A large gilt, beautiful and with a great
personality, long and well built with
a perfect wide head and short snout.
Speck had her first litter in 2-19, she had 10!
Proud of this PCF KuneKune Pig!
I have longed for a Camanna piglet and I am not
disappointed. Layla is beautiful, has a great
disposition and just gave us a first litter with ease!
Emmie from from AFV farm and a great granddaughter
to Calamity. I am so happy to have her and to add
another beautiful Jenny to my herd!