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Mangalica 

Mangalica pork is known for its high fat content, incredibly concentrated flavor, and highly marbleized meat.  The pork ideal for curing and charcuterie, from pancetta to salami.

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Chester White

This page will be about 10 or so pigs and speical features about the breed. Look at couchen 555 for ideas. May have to get Mason or someone to draw custom pork photos of the breeds for an add flare.

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Duroc 

Duroc pigs are reddish-brown, large-framed, medium length, and muscular, with partially-drooping ears. They tend to be one of the least aggressive of all swine breeds raised for meat.

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Wild Boar

 

Wild boar tastes like a cross between pork and beef, with a unique juicy succulence. The meat is a bit darker, perhaps due to the healthy iron content.

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Hampshire 

Hampshires are known for producing lean muscle, high carcass quality, minimal backfat and large loin eyes. Females also are known for their mothering ability, with longevity in the sow herd.

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Berkshire

The third-most recorded breed of swine in the United States, Berkshires are known for fast and efficient growth, reproductive efficiency, cleanness and meat flavor and value. Berkshire pigs are an average to large breed, with an average weight at maturity of 600 lb. They have prick ears and a relatively short snout with an upturned nose.