WE HAVE MOVE TO A NEW WEBSITE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE GO TO www.AmericanKunekunePigRegistry.com
American Kunekune Breeders is on FACEBOOK.
Lori Enright, Olde Reminisce Farms (USA)
P.O. Box 16, Jurupa Valley, CA 91752
(951) 505-5230 email: email@example.com
Board of Advisors:
Andy & Maureen Case, Long Ash Farm
Milton Abbas, Blandford, Dorset DT110BX ENGLAND
phone: 01144 125 888 0447
Dr. Steven J. Moeller, Ph.D. - State Swine Extension Specialist
Ohio State University, 122D Animal Science Building
2029 Fyffe Road, Columbus, Ohio 43210-1095
(614) 565-6344 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Al Christian, Manager - Swine Teaching Farm
Iowa State University (Retired after 50 years)
phone: (515) 460-4352
Associate Prof. Tim Safranski - State Swine Breeding Specialist
University of Missouri, Division of Animal Science
5133 Animal Science Research Center, Columbia, Missouri 65211
Livestock Conservancy - Board of Directors
(573) 884-7994 email: SafranskiT@missouri.edu
KUNEKUNE PIGS ARE RARE, SMALL, HERITAGE PIGS KNOWN TO BE MULTI-PURPOSE. KUNES ARE COMMONLY RAISED FOR THEIR ABILITY TO GRAZE WITHOUT DAMAGE TO PASTURE AND TO GLEAN WITHOUT HARM TO ORCHARDS OR VINEYARDS. THEY DO NOT TEND TO ROOT, ROAM, OR CHALLENGE FENCES. KUNES ARE COMPLETELY UNIQUE IN THEIR ABILITY TO "FATTEN" ON GRASS ALONE OR WITH VERY LITTLE NEEDED IN THE WAY OF SUPPLEMENTATION. SOMETIMES CALLED "LITTLE PIONEER PIGS", KUNEKUNE PIGS MAKE GREAT MEAT PIGS FOR THE SMALL FARM, HOBBY FARMER, OR AS PART OF ANY SUSTAINABLE FARMING ENTERPRISE. The breed is known to be incomparably placid.
IMPORTANT ***** Kunekune Pigs are not "miniature" pigs. The breed was developed by the Maori people of New Zealand and has remained unimproved maintaining its relatively small size. All pigs are small without human intervention. This type of human intervention always results in large, early maturing, fast growing pigs which is the opposite of the Kunekune Pig breed.
This is the official website for the KuneKune Pig (Kune Kune Pig) in America and for the American KuneKune Breeders' Association and Registry known as AKBA. The Foundation Herd book for America was established by AKBA in 2006.
The American KuneKune Breeders' Association was founded in 2006 by Jim and Lori Enright of USA KuneKunes. AKBA was formed to provide information and support to KuneKune fanciers and provide to breeders of purebred KuneKune Pigs in America a means of breed program record keeping in the form of an official registry.
The main aim of the association is to ensure the conservation and preservation of the KuneKune by:
Jim and Lori Enright, Founders
Lori Enright, Registrar
P.O. Box 7770
Norco, California 92860
(951) 505-5230 email: email@example.com