AKPR/AKKPS KuneKune Pigs
We started with Kunes (pronounced cooney cooney not like the word dune, a word from the New Zealand Maori tribe, their homeland, that means fat fat) in 2014. They are a wonderful breed of hog! They make great pets and are an excellent choice for a small pastured pork. They are extremely gentle, mine graze with my goats and I've even had broody hens raise chicks with a litter of piglets. We prefer a shorter type nose as we have a very heavy wet soil in spring and the longer nosed ones do dig a bit in our soil then, so we've decided to stay with shorter faced ones and they don't dig holes.
Calico/Mille Fleur Bantam Cochins and Spangled Russian Orloffs
Cochins - These little fluffy balls of feathers are the most fun chickens ever. They are very hardy, lay well and are VERY broody. They are very docile and interact well with people.
Orloffs - Stately looking birds, large fowl, with beards and muffs and a hawk like appearance to their eye. Friendly, gentle birds that lay well and are hardy. An old breed that is trying to make a name for itself again.
Jenny and Darrin Neuendorf
Loyal WI 54446