Kune Kune porkers and sows for sale in south Wales

Due to a change in circumstances, I need to drastically reduce the size of my (unregistered) Kune Kune herd, porkers and adults alike.

They are all extremely friendly, bucket trained, electric fence trained, wormed, and are currently living outside.

They are also rather tasty, whether as sausages, chops or the extra guest at Sunday dinner. The last porkers that I sent off at 6 months came back at approximately 70ish kg, which is equivalent to half a British pig!

Unregistered KKs tend to go in the region of £40-£60 but I’m open to offers on them all…

2 x proven sows (black and white), aged 3
1 x barren gilt (black and white), unknown age, at least 4

1 x maiden sow (ginger), home bred, aged 16 months
1 x gilt (ginger), home bred, aged 16 months

1 x boar (ginger), home bred, aged 16 months

3 x female porkers (ginger), home bred, aged 3 months, ready to kill from 6 months
3 x male porkers (ginger), home bred, aged 3 months, ready to kill from 6 months

Tia, Brini, Perky, Fergie and Scrumpy - 3 November 2009

Tia, Brini, Perky, Fergie and Scrumpy - 3 November 2009

Pinky, Curly and the piglets - 13 December 2009

Pinky, Curly and the piglets - 13 December 2009

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9 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Jan on 31 December 2009 at 9:19 pm

    Oh dear, I bet you’re gutted… ? Hope all’s well.

  2. Posted by Granny Anne on 31 December 2009 at 10:00 pm

    Sorry to see your news. Hope 2010 will be happier for you. Hugs

  3. This must have been a wrench. But I know you’ll have good reasons for the decision. More hugs from me and GG. xxx

  4. Thanks, everyone. Sometimes you’ve got to make the hard choices, and this is the best option. Well, unless I win the lottery, of course!

  5. l am sorry to hear the news l can only hope 2010 improves for you or the lottery win comes along.

  6. Posted by alifelesssimple on 1 January 2010 at 6:53 pm

    Sorry to read about all your sad news of late, I hope you are able to keep some of your pigs. It will all work out for the best in the long run though

  7. I’m sure it will all work out in the end 🙂

  8. Posted by Andrea on 2 February 2010 at 3:06 pm

    Do you know of any one in the US that raises these pigs?

  9. Sorry, Andrea, I don’t.

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