Titled: Types of Pigs
There are hundreds of different pig breeding all over the world and I will just name one that start with each letter of the alphabet except three letters, just to give you an idea what we are dealing with. A is for American Yorkshire, B is for Black Canarian Pig, C is for Cumberland Pig, D is for Dutch Landrace Pig, E is for East Balkan Pig, F is for Forest Mountain Pig, G is for Gloucestershire Old Spot Pig, H is for Hereford Pig, I is for Italian Landrace Pig, J is for Japanese Landrace Pig, K is for Korean Native Pig, L is for Large Black Pig, M is for Middle White Pig, N is for Norwegian Yorkshire Pig, O is for Oxford Sandy and Black Pig, P is for pig and Poland China Pig, Q is for no pig is named after this letter, R is for Red Wattle Pig, S is for Siberian Black Pied Pig, T is for Tibetan pig, U is for Ukrainian Spotted Steppe Pig, V is for Vietnamese Potbelly Pig, W is for West French White Pig, X is for no pig is named after this letter, Y is for Yorkshire Blue and White Pig, and Z is for no pig is named after this letter.
Each of these pigs breeding is different in where they live, where they come from, how they look, how they are treated, and size. Example is the Aksai Black Pied Pig which comes from Kazakhstan and weighs in between five hundred and thirty pounds to seven hundred ten pounds. The color of this pig is black and white.
Another example is the Arapawa Island Pig which comes from New Zealand and weighs in between two hundred and twenty pounds to four hundred pounds. The color of this pig is a sandy color or the color tan.
The third and last pig breed I want to write about is the Ba Xuyen Pig which is from Vietnam and weighs in about two hundred and twenty pounds. The color of this pig is black and white.