Kunekunes for Sale

Reservations on the following pigs can be made by calling 406-599-9797.

We selectively offer you only the best of each litter as breeding stock.  The majority of our litters will provide our community with pastured, organically fed, heritage pork.



Proven Sow. 

First generation Long Island Kunekune's British import.

Tutaki/Awakino x Rebecca Gina/Ru

Holds the record for largest litters produced in the USA (12,14 & 15)

$3000.00 open or $4500.00 bred back to a BVF sire. 






Black Valley Farm is offering:  "BEGIN YOUR HERD PRODUCTION PACKAGE"

Specifically selected for optimum production.   This breeding group has been assessed for:

Correct conformation, faster growth rate, larger bodies, larger litter size, adaptation to pasture production

Breeding trio & barrow:  $3750.00

Boar-Mahia Love/Jenny   DOB 09/30/14  Gilt:   Rebecca Gina/Mahia Love  DOB 04/18/14

Gilt:   Jenny/Ru  DOB07/22/14




November litters have arrived: 

Mahia Love/Jenny x Rebecca Gina/Andrew   Litter of eleven.   Boars and gilts available.  

Tuahuru/Jenny x Jenny/TeWhangi    Litter of eleven.   Boars gilts available. 

Mahia Love/Aria Giana x Rebecca Gina/Tutaki   Litter of fifteen.   Boars and gilts available. 

Mahia Love/Aria Giana x Aria Giana/TeWhangi   Litter of eight.   Boars and gilts available. 

Tonganui/Jenny x Jenny/Andrew   Litter of two.   Gilts available.  

Mahia Love/Jenny x Jenny/TeWhangi   Litter of  five.   Boars and gilts available.  



DOB 09/26/14

Topeka x TBD by DNA   Litter of nine.   Contact us for availability. 




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Since the earlliest days of agriculture, countless individuals have dedicated themselves to the care and breeding of livestock.  These animals have filled a wide array of human needs for food, fiber, creative and spiritual expression, and companionship. Breed diversity existing within each species today is the legacy from our ancestors and reflects the multitiude of environments in which the animals have lived and the ways that they have been kept.  Taken together, the breeds represent their species' adaptability and utility, providing the genetic diversity the species needs to survive and prosper.
The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy