The KuneKunes are known for their extremely docile and friendly personality which is unmatched by any other breed of swine. They are extremely outgoing and love human interaction. They are a grazing breed of swine and as such prefer to graze on grass. Their short and upturned snouts make them suitable grazers and less prone to rooting found in other breeds. KuneKunes are known for having 2 wattles (much like goats) found under their chin. They have little to no desire to roam and do not test fencing. KuneKunes are still fairly rare in the USA, but are gaining popularity very quickly, finding their niche in many different markets. The above breed information was pulled directly from the American KuneKune Pig Society Website. I encourage anyone interested in learning more about this wonderful breed of pig to visit their website.
Peaches is our first KuneKune. A special thank you to Brenda at Piney Creek Farm for allowing Peach to come and live with us. From the moment I met my first KuneKune I was hooked. They are really a special breed and Peach is a perfect example. She has stolen our hearts and we are so pleased to have her as one of our foundation breeding gilts. I cannot wait to have our first litters next year.