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COLOR CHARACTERISTICSBREEDS OF SWINE COLOR CHARACTERISTICS
TODAY’S OBJECTIVES We will learn the color characteristics of these eight breeds You will do a worksheet over the breeds You will do an activity, to show me that each one of you know your breeds
EIGHT BREEDS Berkshire Chester White Duroc Hampshire YorkshireLandrace Poland China Spotted Poland China
COLOR CHARACTERISTICS OF ALL EIGHT BREEDS
BERKSHIRE Erect ears Dished head Black body with six white pointsFour feet Nose Tip of tail
CHESTER WHITE Solid white body Can have small black spots on the bodyDrooping ears Breaking in the middle of the ear Small in size
DUROC Drooping ears Reddish to Brown in color (shades may vary)Can have NO white spots May have small black spots throughout skin pigment
HAMPSHIRE Erect ears Black body with white belt that encircles the forefront of the body White can be on the back legs NO white can go above the snout onto the nose area
YORKSHIRE Erect ears Slightly dished face Solid white bodyBody may have black spots as long as they are smaller than a quarter in size
LANDRACE White in color Long bodied Drooping ears Break at the headLarge ears Cover eyes completely
POLAND CHINA Drooping ears Black body with six white points 4 feetFace or nose are Tip of the tail
SPOTTED POLAND CHINA Drooping earsGrey background color with white and black throughout the body 20% of the body must be either black or white to be classified
Cross A pig that does not fit into any other breedAlso called a “blue butt” Can come in many colors White Browns Black There is a picture on the poster
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