KuneKune pigs were originally raised by the Maori in New Zealand. They are unique in that they actually root much less than all other breeds of pig and they graze when they are on pasture. This means that they can be grass-fed and grass-finished.

I do not currently have any piglets for sale and the earliest I’ll have KuneKune charcuterie is late 2018, but I’m guessing it will be closer to the summer of 2019.

It looks like Wattle will be having piglets this spring, so let me know if you are interested in purchasing gilt (female) piglets. My barrow (castrated males) will be raised here, so they are not for sale.