Red Wattle pigs are one of the most critically endangered heritage breeds of swine in the world!
The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy estimates that there are fewer than 50 breeding pairs in the US. We chose
them for their perfect fit in our sustainable, and all-natural farming operation. Red Wattle pigs
are usually some shade of red in color, have upright ears, are quite hairy and are very distinguishable from other red swine
breeds by the dangling pieces of cartilage on their neck known as a "wattle" or "waddle". The purpose
of the wattles has not been identified, but it is a dominate trait.