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Courtesy of the American KuneKune Pig Registry

The Kunekune Pig (pronounced "cooney cooney") is one of the smallest breeds of pigs. It was developed by the first people of New Zealand.  Adult Kunes- still growing in their third to fourth year - are small in stature with gilts/sows weighing as little as 100 pounds and up to approximately 185 pounds.  Boars are heavier being that they develop "armor" as a secondary sex characteristic and, like most males in the species, are generally larger than females.  Boars can get up to 200 pounds and more, but a boar weighing 250 is considered to be on the high end. In the past, many pig breeds were "wattled" or "tasseled" with fleshy appendages hanging from the lower jaw near the neck, but this characteristic is considered to be very rare in the present day.  Kunekunes are a wattled breed, but many purebred Kunekunes do not have wattles and some have only one. 


The most notable attribute of the Kunekune Pig is that their temperament is very docile. Boars are generally very gentle and amenable to keepers, sows, and piglets. Boars quickly resolve their power struggle with each other and can be housed together in small or large groups. Sows have strong mothering tendencies without aggression toward handlers.  Squealing piglets may concern sows, however, they  will "call" to the distressed piglet rather than become protective in an aggressive manner. 

Kunekunes make great pasture pigs being unique in their ability to graze and do well on grass with little needed in the way of supplementation. Their short, upturned snout speaks to their ability to graze and to the fact that they are not prone to root. They also do not challenge fences so they are easier to confine than commercial pigs. There is a niche market for "grass fed", "pasture raised", "free ranging" pork. The Kunekune Pigs have fabulous well-marbled meat which insures a viable future for this small, heritage breed. The pigs have many additional uses within the sustainable systems of small farms, for educational farms, and in agritourism.


Registered Breeding Stock prices usually run $400-$2500

depending on genetic rarity, conformation, and color.

 $200 non-refundable deposit is required. 


*** All breeding pigs are sold DNA verified, microchipped and with full registration with American Kunekune Pig Registry (AKPR) *** 

"Build-A-Herd" Special

Buy 2 registered gilts/sows

and get a registered boar piglet for FREE! 

(exclusions may apply - some boars are not included in this offer)



Boar    $400.00

AKPR 13537              Born 8-14-2019

SIRE: Tuxedo (USA Tonganui 20)    DAM: Snowflake (TFF Tapeka 18)

***DNA Verified***

White/Black               0 Wattles

This little guy is amazing like his brother. He is super friendly, has great conformation and his growth rate has been fantastic. I was going to castrate him due to the fact that he does not have any wattles but he would be a great herd sire for someone looking to build a commercial pork herd as he is super long bodied and has perfect conformation ... just minus the wattles (which you can't eat anyway)


Boar    $400.00

AKPR 14528               Born 9-27-2019

***DNA Verified***

SIRE: Tuxedo (USA Tonganui 20)    DAM: Sweet Pea (CAM Aria Giana 3)

Solid Black               0 Wattles


LOVE this little boar! He has a perfect head and great conformation, just didn't get any wattles but he is Herd Sire quality in every other aspect.


Boar    $500.00

AKPR 14271               Born 9-23-2019

***DNA Verified***

SIRE: Tuxedo (USA Tonganui 20)    DAM: Reba (BBK Aria Giana 3)

Black/White               1 Wattle


He has a perfect head and great conformation, 1 wattle and he is Herd Sire quality in every aspect.


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Libby Milroy and Ron Green DVM

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