AMERICAN GUINEA HOGS
The American Guinea Hog (AGH) is a livestock conservancy animal. They are rare with only about 1200 registered with the American Guinea Hog Association. They are small: an adult male usually will not weigh in excess of 350 lbs, while females usually weigh between 150-200 lbs, making them an ideal choice for a small farm. AGH's are small, friendly, smart, and are good mothers. They are easy to handle and are good foragers and rooters. They are not picky eaters and can subsist on high protein food scraps, hay, or a small amount of grain each day. The meat of an AGH is red and is highly prized by chefs and restaurants.
At Mouton Blanc Farms, we currently have two female registered American Guinea Hogs named Angela and Jennifer.