Suckling Piglets -
A suckling piglet is aged no more than 4 months. And usually still suckling from their
They are a free range bred & grown pig, Either Black or Ginger with a belt of white around their shoulders.
The cross breds have spots aswell.
Their parents are outdoor pigs that graze grass and have adapted well to the
They have forward flopped ears and their breeding originates back to the rare breed of The "Wessex
Saddleback" and "Large Black"
They are free to roam with their mother for until its time to leave. We feed the
growing pigs on a grain ration, Along with grass till the preferred weight anywhere between 8 - 25kg.
the season of ACORNS are apparent they will be fed those, which marbles the meat and adds a nice favour.
are housed in paddocks with pig huts, and live a happy life until the day of processing. Which is when they get carted all
the way down to the Abattoir and get processed quickly and humanly!
The meat is sweet and succulent!!
|This is a classic example of a breeding sow
|Wessex Saddle Back