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Chester White Pig


Other name(s):
 Chester County White

Scientific name: Sus domestica

Country / Place of origin: United States

History: The Chester White Pig was developed in Chester County, Pennsylvania in the early 1800s. They are descendants of the crossing of the white English Cumberland with intermingled breeds of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire previously imported to the U.S.

Reviews
Owners say:
Wonderful:
excellent meat, good maternal breed., sweet hog, great starter hog, great market quality
Challenging:
sharp smell
Interesting:
kitchen scrap, wellshaded pen, garbage feeds, school FFA department
Overall review
  • Currently 100
3.7 (7)
LBradley
I lived with a family that was raising a lot of their...
Review by: LBradley (6) 28 days ago
  • Currently 100
4.25
1 photo
ShilohOhmes
I raised pigs once when I was in middle school and my...
Review by: ShilohOhmes (34) March 17, 2015 13:16
  • Currently 100
1.50
1 photo
thetanky
I got his hog from our high school FFA department for...
Review by: thetanky (6) updated December 14, 2014 22:16
  • Currently 100
5.00
1 photo
MaryW
I raised a set of chesters years back for several buy...
Review by: MaryW (64) July 28, 2014 07:32
  • Currently 100
3.25
1 photo
PaulS
My grandfather bought a male and a female Chester whi...
Review by: PaulS (20) March 04, 2014 07:21
  • Currently 100
3.00
1 photo
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Chester White Boar 2-4
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0.0 (0)
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