Generally red in color, Red Wattles may have black markings–and are distinguished especially by the thumb-sized wattles that hang from their lower jaws. Red Wattles produce a fine, lean meat, described as a cross between beef and pork in taste.
Known as a multipurpose breed, Gloucestershire Old Spots are a large, pink-skinned pig with irregular black spots. Extremely rare in both the United States and United Kingdom, they’re considered a critically endangered breed.
The Guinea Hog has come to be known as a unique, American breed. The small, hairy hog has friendly disposition, popular with petting zoos–and their finely flavored meat, fattier than most breeds, is well liked.