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Breeding Exceptional Registered KuneKune Pigs

Featured Piglets for Sale

Female Ginger/Black
Double Wattle
Sire: Andrew
Dam: Tarutaru
AKKPS# 36465
MC# 992000001712154
COI: 3.06%
Date of Birth: 2/11/2023
Female Tri (Ginger/Black/White)
Double Wattles
Sire: Tonganui
Dam: Jenny
AKKPS# 36474
MC# 992000001711943
COI: 2.82%
Date of Birth: 3/27/2023
Female Ginger
Double Wattles
Sire: Andrew
Dam: Tarutaru
AKKPS# 36462
MC# 992000001712157
COI: 3.06%
Date of Birth: 2/11/2023
Male Cream
Double Wattles
Sire: Andrew
Dam: Trish
AKKPS# 36484
MC# 992000001711947
COI: 3.38%
Date of Birth: 2/11/2023
Male White/Brown
No Wattles
Sire: Tonganui
Dam: Jenny

 

AKKPS# 36466
MC# 992000001712152
COI: 2.82%
Date of Birth: 2/11/2023
Female Ginger/Black
Double Wattles
Sire: Andrew
Dam: Tarutaru
AKKPS# 36464
MC# 992000001711940
COI: 3.06%
Date of Birth: 2/11/2023

Our Farm & Our Promise

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Welcome to KuneKune Pigs for Sale, your trusted source for healthy, well-bred KuneKune pigs. As passionate KuneKune breeders, we take pride in raising these wonderful animals on our farm and helping them find their forever homes. When you bring home a KuneKune pig from us, you’re not just getting a new pet; you’re gaining a lifelong companion and becoming part of our extended family.

 

We understand that bringing a new pig into your life is a big commitment, which is why we offer ongoing support and guidance to all of our customers. From the moment you adopt your KuneKune piglet, we’re here to mentor you through every step of your journey. Our commitment to your success extends beyond the sale, as we provide a minimum two-year health guarantee against any genetic defects or abnormalities in your Kune Kune pig.

 

We are dedicated to preserving the unique qualities of this delightful breed. Through careful breeding and selection, we strive to produce KuneKune pigs that exemplify the best characteristics of the breed, ensuring that you bring home a healthy, good-natured, and charming companion. When you choose a KuneKune from our farm, you can trust that you’re getting a pig that has been raised with love, care, and attention to detail.

Common KuneKune Pig Questions

Below you will find a list of the most common questions we get asked by our customers. However we encourage you to read our article KuneKune Pigs , it is a great starting point for all new owners.

How Big do KuneKunes Get?

Full-grown, Kunekune pigs typically reach up to 4 feet (1.2 meters) in length and around 24 inches (60 centimeters) in height at the shoulder. Mature sows (females) generally weigh between 120-200 pounds (54-90 kg), while boars (males) can reach weights of 200-300 pounds (90-136 kg)

 

We cover this in our article in depth about KuneKune Size.

 

No genetically “mini” micro KuneKunes under 100 lbs exist – rather all robust stocky pigs reflect unchanged ancestry. Support optimal growth through balanced nutritional provisions. 

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What is COI for KuneKune Pigs?

The Coefficient of Inbreeding (COI) measures genetic relatedness between two pigs by calculating percentages of shared relatives. A COI over 10% is considered high risk and should be avoided at all opportunities. A COI below 5% should be a goal for most breeders.

 

Our aim is to breed genetically diverse, healthy pigs with even healthier offspring. 

 

All of the animals we sell have a COI of less than 5% and breeding pairs are often sold with potential offspring of less than 3%.

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How Many Piglets do Kune Kunes Have?

KuneKune piglet litter sizes range between 6 to 8 piglets. However, unmatched first pregnancy attempts may yield upwards of 12 piglets. Litters with only 1 or 2 piglets remain very rare.

 

Litter counts primarily depend on sow age, size, nutrition level and genetic background. Once mature over 2 years old, proven Kunekune mothers can regularly birth healthy abundant litters potentially doubling herd sizes annually.

 

Learn more about Breeding KuneKune Pigs.

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How Long Do KuneKune Pigs Live?

Under proper care, the Kune Kune Lifespan is typically 10-15 years. Maximum reported lifespans reach ages over 20 years old, while neglect may shorten average longevity closer to 8 years old.

 

Providing high-quality nutritional options, vaccinations, exercise opportunities, foraging environmental provisions, genetics screening, and proactive veterinary monitoring from youth through maturity helps ensure your treasured KuneKunes thrive toward peak geriatric ages through attentive empathy.

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Are Kunekune Pigs Worth It?

KuneKune pigs are prized for their exceptional meat quality, gentle temperament, and easy handling, making them the perfect choice for small-scale, homegrown pork production.

 

These efficient grazers convert pasture, kitchen scraps, and vegetables from garden waste into premium, flavorful cuts perfect for artisanal charcuterie and succulent roasts.

 

The breed’s higher fat-to-meat ratio results in tender, juicy pork that surpasses other breeds. Their manageable size and docile nature make them ideal for small farming operations, ensuring stress-free handling and care.

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Can Kunekune Pigs Be House Pets?

KuneKunes make friendly house pets or on small farms thanks to their:

  • Stable midsize frames
  • Trainable intellect 
  • Peaceful Unaggressive Dispositions (despite formidable tusks)
  • Minimal care needs relative to larger commercial swine.

They’ve inherited an ease of handling from Asian ancestral wild boars renders them docile and overtly affectionate when properly socialized young.

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How Much does a KuneKune Pig Cost?

KuneKune Piglets cost between $800 and $1,600 for registered breeding stock, under the age of one and not yet fertility tested. Proven mature sows and boars with offspring typically cost over $1,000. There are four main factors that influence price.

  • Gender
  • Size Goals
  • Color
  • Bloodline Rarity

If you would like to learn more about How Much Does a KuneKune Pig Cost? feel free to read our article and market update for 2024.

At KuneKune Pigs for Sale we have clear, transparent pricing. Every piglet under the age of 12 months old is $750, and proven registered stock is sold at $1,000 per pig. We offer discounts for return customers, veterans and first responders.

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