Kunekune Piglets for Sale
We have 2 gilts for sale out of our TeWhangi boar, Chebacca, and our Kereopa sow, Petunia. DOB: 2/12/22. We are asking $650 each. They are ready to go to new homes.
Boys are all SOLD
Pet Barrow's $500
Pictured below is an adorable little boy from the Petunia/Chewbacca litter
Below is boy #1 He is a ginger/black boarling. He has 1 wattle.
Below is boy #2. He is a white/brown barrow. He has 2 wattles. Brown and white Kunes look black and white as adults. They are striking because their white gets larger and stays really white.
Below is boy #4 He is a brown/white boarling. He has no wattles.
This is girl #3. She is brown/white and has no wattles.
This is girl #1. She was the first of 10 piglets to be born. She is black and white and has 2 wattles.
This is girl 2. She is ginger and black and has no wattles.
Girl 4 is ginger/black and has 2 wattles.
Girl 5 is ginger/black and has 2 wattles.
What is a kunekune?
Kunekunes are a grazing pig from New Zealand. They are recognized by their long hair, big ears and wattles. Kunes are a medium sized pig, sows growing to about 24 inches at the shoulder and weighing up to 140 pounds. They make great pets and outstanding additions to hobby farms since they are very dog like. Our kunes love to flop over on their sides for belly rubs and sit for treats. They also follow us around like puppy dogs.
What do kunekunes eat?
Kunekune's are grazing pigs. They do well on good pasture. If you do not have pasture, they can be raised solely on a good pig ration. We use Purina Nature's Match Sow and Pig. They also love fruits and vegetables. Never feed Kunekunes meat or fruits with pits. The pits are poisonous to them.
Above is our boar, Chewbacca, aka Chewy. He is our KuneKune boar. He is very friendly and gentle and he is great with the girls.