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An official website of the United States government Here's how you know. Federal government websites always use a. Feral swine often look very similar to domestic hogs, but are generally thinner with thicker hides of coarse bristly hair and longer tusks. Because of their extensive crossbreeding, feral swine vary in color and coat pattern, including combinations of white, black, brown, and red. Piglets are often striped or spotted, but lose this coloration as they mature.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE OLD SPOT PIGS

Free Range Outdoor Reared Pork | Gloucestershire Old Spot Pigs

Hanging Weight: lbs Temperament: Docile. The Gloucestershire Old Spots is a historic pig breed known for its distinctive white coat with black spots. The breed was developed in the Berkley Vale of Gloucestershire, England, during the s. Its exact origins are not known, though it was likely based on two breeds — the original Gloucestershire pig which was large, off-white, had wattles and was without spots, and second, the unimproved Berkshire. Both of the old breeds used to develop the Old Spots are now extinct. Gloucestershire pronounced Glostersheer pigs were selected as excellent foragers and grazers. The pigs are thrifty, able to make a living from pasture and agricultural by products, such as whey from cheese making, windfall apples in orchards, and the residue from pressing cider.

Feral Swine - Identification

Sadly Gloucestershire Old Spots are currently at risk of extinction and if we are to stand a chance of bringing them back to mainstream livestock status it is essential that we support the breed. We fervently support the Pig Breeders Association and Gloucestershire Old Spot Breeders Club in promoting and maintaining this fabulous native breed and in fighting to ensure that only pure Gloucestershire Old Spot meat is labelled as such. Flavoursome, succulent and delicious… The meat from pedigree Gloucestershire Old Spots is something very special.
It is named after the county of Gloucestershire. The Gloucestershire Old Spots pig is known for its docility, intelligence, and prolificity. The pigs are white with clearly defined black not blue spots. There must be at least one spot on the body to be accepted in the registry.