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Name that Pig Name that Pig II Hogs by Trait Hogs by Trait II Hog Wild
Red, Fast Growing
White, Lean and Heavily muscled, and erect ears
Spotted, erect ears, most heavily muscled pigs in the world
White with sometimes black spots, Droopy ears that cover face, Good mothers, strait snout
Black, Droopy ears, six white points, not known for leaness
Black, erect ears, 6 white points
Spotted 50% black 50% white, droopy ears, efficient feeders
White, short droopy ears, known for rouggedness
red with white trim, developed in Iowa and Nebraska in 1920’s, Developed using Chester white, poland china, and Duroc Bloodlines
Developed by crossing multiple breeds and selecting desired traits
Mating two related animals in an attempt to concentrate desired traits in offspring
mating closely related animals
mating animals that are slightly or distant related, with only one shared ancestor
Mating unrelated animals of the same breed
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