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British Landrace:

The British Landrace is a British domestic breed of pig and one of the most popular in the United Kingdom. It is white with heavy drooping ears that cover most of the face and is bred for pork and bacon. The breed originated in the 1949 importation of 12 landrace pigs from Scandinavia[A] — four boars and eight gilts (immature females). In 1950, the British Landrace Pig Society was formed and it opened a herd book for the first offspring born from the imported 12.

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Whiteshire:

Pigs are believed to have been domesticated from wild boar as early as 9000 years ago. They were originally native to Europe and parts of Asia but have, over the centuries, been introduced to many parts of the world. Most pigs live as livestock, but some have become feral, having escaped from farms or been deliberately introduced into the wild for hunting. Some breeds of pig, such as the Asian pot-bellied pig, are kept as pets.

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Australian:

The high health status of Australian farms means that access of people and animals on to pig farms must be restricted to ensure that animals are kept healthy. These restrictions are known as "biosecurity" precautions. Young female pigs are called gilts. A gilt is usually eight months old before she is mature enough for breeding. They are normally housed in groups of three to 25 pigs per pen in the breeding area.

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Large white yourkshire:

The Large White, also known as the English Large White, is a breed of domestic pig originating in Yorkshire, hence also known as the Yorkshire pig. First recognized in 1868, the breed is the progenitor of the American Yorkshire in North America.The Large White is one of the most numerous of all pig breeds, widely used in crossbreeding for intensive pig farming around the world.

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Middle white yourkshire:

The Middle White is a breed of domestic pig native to the United Kingdom. It originated in Yorkshire roughly around the same time as the Large White. Its name comes from the fact that it was between the size of the Large White and the now-extinct Small White.The breed is known as a pork producer and is best known for its sharply upturned snub nose. It is docile and often kept outdoors in grazing situations.

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