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Kune Kune - Gloucester Cross4397 viewsDon't ask me how, but somehow Chase's kune kune pigs mated with our Gloucester Old Spot boar, and this piggy is the result. When I tried to take her photo she kept trying to hide behind the water trough. I guess I can't blame her for not wanting to have her photo snapped.
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Kune Kune - Gloucester Old Spot Cross1189 viewsLooks like something from Star Wars.
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In the Four Acre Field3952 viewsThree different types of pigs: in the foreground, the large black pig is a fairly elderly (but hugely fast) Iron Age - Gloucester Old Spot cross. The red pig is a pure Tamworth, and the piglet coming out of the ark is a Berkshire.
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Iron Age - Gloucester Old Spot7174 viewsThis round piggie is a cross between an Iron Age pig (itself a cross between a Tamworth and a wild boar) and a Gloucester Old Spot. She looks fat, and she's not young any more, but she can move faster than any of the pigs.
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Berkshire Piglet and Kune Kune Old Lady2555 viewsThe cute little Berkshire piglet having a bit of a sniff in the mud with my daughter Chase's ugly Kune Kune - Gloucester Old Spot pig.
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A Pig? Or A Hippo?138 viewsThis sow is about 10 or 11 years old. She's a cross between an Iron Age pig (itself a cross between a Tamworth and a wild boar) and a Gloucester Old Spot. While she looks incredibly fat, she's the fastest pig we have --- bar none. There is no chance, zero, of catching her.
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Chase's Pig4571 viewsThis magnificent pig is a cross between a kune kune pig (the small pigs from New Zeland, who have wattles) and a Gloucester Old Spot pig. We never understood how that mating took place. This pig is about 12 or 13 years old, but she can still move as fast as a piglet.
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An Iron Age Pig11584 viewsThis 11 or 12 year old pig is a cross between an Iron Age pig (which itself is a cross between a Tamworth pig and a wild boar) and a Gloucester Old Spot pig. While she looks fat, she is incredibly fast.
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The Kune Kune - Gloucester Old Spot Cross Pig583 views
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Tamworth Pig and "Sinister" Pig2229 viewsThe red Tamworth stands behind what we call a "sinister" pig. The "sinister" is a cross between an iron age pig (itself a cross between a wild boar and a Tamworth pig) and a Gloucester Old Spot pig.
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The Sinister Pig359 viewsShe's a cross between an Iron Age pig (itself a cross between a Tamworth pig and a wild boar) and a Gloucester Old Spot. She's quite elderly, but she can move faster than any other pig we have.
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Highland Bull -- Having A Scratch1841 viewsUK302940100044 born 15 December 2003, photographed 27 September 2005. Sold 14 October 2005, and now living on a mountain top in Lancaster.
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