The Gloucestershire Old Spots is an English breed of pig which is predominantly white with black spots. It is named after the county of Gloucestershire. The Gloucestershire Old Spots pig is known for its docility, intelligence, and profligacy. Boars reach a mature weight of 600 lbs and sows 500 lbs.
The pigs are white with clearly defined black spots. There must be at least one spot on the body to be accepted in the registry. The breed’s maternal skills enable it to raise large litters of piglets on pasture.
We Try to Breed for only 2 litters of pigs per year per sow so as not to overstress them - Contact us to be on our waiting list for piglets
In 1995 the last few Gloucester Old Spots pigs had dwindled down to four animals in North America
Our Registered Tille and Chester are our original Breeding Pair - Tillie and TJ are sows from the Red Line and Chester our eldest boar is from the Green Line, and Marly our youngest is from the Blue line.