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Breeds Terminal –Muscling –Leanness –Rapid growth rates
Maternal –M–Maternal abilities –T–To raise and care for a litter of pigs –H–High weaning numbers
Originated in Denmark Large, drooped Ears White Long Bodied w/ extra rib
Known for Maternal Traits 7 Teats per Side for Registration
Originated in England Black with white legs, snout, and switch
Erect ears Once kept in Buckingham Palace Known for producing high quality meats
Originated in Chester Co., Pennsylvania White with drooped ears
Mothering breed Produce large litters
Originated in U.S. Solid red Drooped ears Excellent meat type hog
Originated in U.S. Black with white belt Small, erect ears
Probably the oldest American breed Well-known meat breed
Originated in Missouri Developed from Chester, Poland China, and Durocs
Red with white face, legs, and underline Medium-sized drooping ear
Originated in U.S. Black with white snouts, legs, and switch Drooped ears
Noted for ability to easily gain weight Quiet dispositions Generally poor mothers
Developed in Indiana Black with white spots Efficient feeders Noted for rapid weight gain
Originated in Ireland Red Noted bacon breed Erect ears Good mothers
Originated in England White Large, erect ears “The Mother Breed” Produces large litters
Originated from Germany White with black spots
Erect ears Extremely heavy muscled and lean
Slow growing and fat May be the most prolific breed in the world
Puberty at 2.5 - 3 months Average litter size is 15-16 pigs
Fengjing Chinese breed Black color Wrinkled skin From central China where it is hot Drooped ears
Originated in China Long black hair Come from Northern China where it is cold.
Often used as pets Maximum height 22” at withers Maximum weight 125 pounds
Crossbreeding Mating two different purebred animals
Hybrid vigor – gain in growth by crossing two purebred lines Heterosis – effect of hybrid vigor or crossing
Hybrid vigor can potentially –Increase the number of pigs farrowed –Improve baby pig livability
Produce heavier milking sows Most have a faster growth rate to market
Common Crosses F1 females created by crosses such as: –Yorkshire x Landrace = F1 maternal cross replacement female
Terminal crosses –York x Hamp = Blue butt –Yorkshire x Duroc
–Duroc x Hamp –York female x ½ Hamp, ½ Duroc boar
Breeds of Swine 3121 Adam Nash Landrace Originated in Denmark Drooped ears Known for their maternal instincts White Long Flatter-topped than other breeds.
Breeds of Swine Northeastern Agricultural Education Mr. Caffee.
Breeds of Swine Principles of AFNR c 12 C. Landrace Originated in Denmark Drooped ears Known for their maternal instincts White Know for long bodies Flatter-topped.
Breeds and Selection of Swine Terms: §Swine: mammal in the family Suidae. Domesticated species grown for their edible flesh and fat, for their hides.
Identifying Breeds of Swine Mrs. Gilbreath Today you should be able to… Identify characteristics of major swine breeds. Identify characteristics of major.
Lesson 2: Breeds of Swine. Breeds of Hogs Berkshire Chester White Duroc Hampshire Landrace Pietrain Poland China Spotted Yorkshire.
AMERICAN LANDRACE Originated in Denmark White in color with huge drooping ears Longer than other breeds because of extra vertebrae More confinement adaptable.
Breeds of Swine McAllen FFA Mr. Leal. Objective The learner will learn the important breeds of swine in the US swine industry The learner will learn facts.
Swine Breeds and Characteristics. Terms Sow – Mature female hog Gilt – Young female hog Boar – Male hog Barrow – Castrated male hog Farrow –
Terms to Know Scientific name for swine: Porcine Mature male swine: Boar Mature female swine: Sow Young female swine: Gilt Altered male swine: Barrow.
Breeds of Swine. Foundation Developed from the Eurasian Wild Boar Domesticated about 9000 years ago Not used in nomadic tribes.
Breeds Of Swine Mr. Chudej. American Landrace From Denmark From Denmark Medium to large Breed Medium to large Breed White Hog White Hog Long body length.
Swine Breeds. Objective Know the eleven main swine breeds of the US Be able to describe what they look like Tell where they are from Be able to tell what.
Swine Breeds and Characteristics. Berkshire Black w/ 6 white points (4 white feet, snout, tip of tail) Erect ears Lean & typically less fat than other.
Changed greatly from the lard type hogs of the past to the lean type hogs Types of swine operations: Feeder –pig producers Market –hog producers.
Breeds of Swine. What the student will learn The physical characteristics and identification that separates the individual breeds. Some basic.
Hog Unit 11 th -12 th Grade. Essential Questions 1. What are 5 breeds of hogs? 2. What is the proper terminology used in Hog Production.
1 Common U.S. Breeds of Pigs Swine Production. 2 Breeds of Pigs l White-line breeds and crosses -- Traditionally maternal breeds l Dark-colored breeds.
Name that Pig Name that Pig II Hogs by Trait Hogs by.
Texas Veterinary Science CDE Breeds List Hereford.
Breeds of Swine An Excellent Resource is exhibiting 71 breeds of swine.
Adapted from Blakely and Bade. The Science of Animal Husbandry Breeds of Swine Agriscience 102 Applied Agricultural Science and Technology Edited.
Breeds of Swine Created by: Tracey Hoffman Topic #3021 Source:
Photo by Regis Lefebure courtesy of USDA Agricultural Research Service. BREEDS OF SWINE Ms. Glaze.
Swine Introduction and Breeds Dr. Randy Harp. Swine Domestication Domestication species species –sus scrofa - wild boar –sus vittatus - domesticated pig.
Swine Breeds. Large White Pictures from Originated in England Imported into almost every country of the world.
Swine ID. American Landrace Developed around 1895 Long body length Ears large and drooping Sows noted for good milk production.
Swine and The Swine Industry. Origin and Domestication of Swine Today’s swine originated from: European Wild Boar – still exist in Europe Black and gray.
Pork Terminology & Breeds M. Marler Fall Swine Terminology Boar-Mature male pig Sow-Mature female pig Barrow-Castrated male pig Gilt-Young, immature.
BREEDS OF SWINE. AMERICAN LANDRACE The various strains of Landrace swine are the descendants of the famous Danish Landrace hogs that were developed in.
ACT - Swine Breeds1. 2 Hampshire These hogs are black with a white belt that extends from one front leg, over the shoulder, and down the other front leg.
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NINE MOST POPULAR BREEDS IN THE U.S. Berkshire Chester Duroc Hampshire Landrace Pietrain Poland China Spot Yorkshire.
The Swine Industry. Swine (Pig) Production.
Swine Unit. Eight Major Traditional Breeds Berkshire Chester White Duroc Hampshire Landrace Poland China Spotted Yorkshire.
BREEDS OF SWINE By Clint Cummings BREEDS OF SWINE NINE MOST POPULAR BREEDS IN THE U.S. Berkshire Chester Duroc Hampshire Landrace Pietrain Poland China.
Animal Science and the Industry Unit B. Exploring the Swine Industry Lesson 3.
Ms. Skinner’s Principles of AFNR Swine!. Vocabulary Barrow: a male swine castrated while young, in which physical traits of the boar have not developed.
Photo by Regis Lefebure courtesy of USDA Agricultural Research Service. BREEDS OF SWINE Agriscience 102 Applied Agricultural Science and Technology #8394.
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PIGS!!! SADIE, KALEB, CYLA, AND KRISTA. YORKSHIRE Known as the mother breed Raise large litters of pigs White erect ears.
Poultry species & breeds White Leghorns White Leghorns White Lay white eggs Most popular layers.
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Lesson Exploring the Swine Industry. Bell: What questions do you have about pigs?
1. 2 Origin: –Denmark; origin traces to Danish Landrace which were first imported into the U.S. by the United States Department of Agriculture in 1934.
Swine Industry After completing this unit of instruction, students will be able to: A. Define terms relating to swine production; B. List common swine.
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