The British Saddleback is a striking animal being black with a white unbroken band over the...
The British Saddleback is a striking animal being black with a white unbroken band over the shoulders and down to both front feet. They may also have white hind feet, a white tail tip and white on the snout but this is not necessary. They have lop ears over their heads. Belted pigs of this type occur around the world and it is a standard colour pattern that occurs in certain genotypes of the domesticated pig. Just because this pattern occurs in different breeds in different countries, does not mean that they are necessarily related. The body is both deep and long reflecting its advantages both as an excellent breeding animal and as a producer of high quality meat.
All Trademarks are registered trademarks used on this site are the property of their respected owners.
Field and Rural Life Magazine tries to ensure that all information displayed is correct and accurate. It is displayed for informational purposes only. We do not guarantee its accuracy and we do not accept the responsibillity for any errors, inaccuracies, ommissions or for any loss which might result directly or indirectly from reliance on the content it contains. We reserve the right to correct or update content at any time without prior notification.
Website Design and Development by Field and Rural Life Media