A white pig with lop ears, indigenous to Wales.

The breed was very popular after WW2 when it was used to produce breeding stock for commercial pig production.

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They are hardy and can be kept both indoors and out; they have a fast liveweight gain at a low feed conversion ratio and an excellent killing out percentage.

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Rosemary lives on a 12 acre smallholding in Angus, in the east of Scotland, where she keeps Ryeland Sheep, Shetland cattle and assorted poultry. She was destined to be a smallholder from an early age.

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