We have Three different type of Breeds
The Middle White is a breed of domestic pig native to the United Kingdom. It originated in Yorkshire roughly around the same time as the Large White. Its name comes from the fact that it was between the size of the Large White and the now-extinct Small White.The breed is known as a pork producer and is best known for its sharply upturned snub nose. It is docile and often kept outdoors in grazing situations.
The British Landrace is a British domestic breed of pig and one of the most popular in the United Kingdom. It is white with heavy drooping ears that cover most of the face and is bred for pork and bacon. The breed originated in the 1949 importation of 12 landrace pigs from Scandinavia[A] — four boars and eight gilts (immature females). In 1950, the British Landrace Pig Society was formed and it opened a herd book for the first offspring born from the imported 12.
Notice the Duroc is red all over. No white markings to be seen and his ears are droopy, covering the eyes. He is big boned and stands with his feet firmly planted. Obviously he is great breeding stock, but the idea is to show you what a Duroc really looks like. They don’t have white belts, or white feet, as a matter of fact they don’t have any white. If you go to a farm to buy a Duroc and see lots of white markings, ask what they crossed it too. If they can’t tell, you may want get your stock elsewhere.
* Hotel wastage and vegetables
* For adult pigs, adult swine, feed from Katupakkam
The natural pig farming system costs a fraction of what it costs to set up and raise pigs kept in conventional sties or modern intensive factory systems. We raise healthier and more productive pigs simply through respecting their welfare and behavioral needs and the positive power of nature. This approach delivers significantly higher profit per pig than any conventional intensive pig raising system.