You've found the “U.S. Mangalitsa Pig Breeders” page here at Hobby Farm Wisdom! If this is the first time you have visited our site: Welcome!
You are currently viewing the largest directory of small farm animal breeders on the entire internet! We have over 1,000 different breeds of small animal livestock, game fowl, and exotic pets listed here.
Use the search bar above to navigate through the site and view the breeder listings of all sorts of different animals. On each page you'll find the complete contact information for each breeder including; website links, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses. Hopefully this will help you find exactly the right breeder as you search for the newest addition to your homestead!
The Mangalista is a Hungarian breed of domestic pig that has been referred to as the “Kobe beef or pork.” They were developed during the 19th century by crossing Hungarian breeds from Szalonta and Bakony with the Serbian Šumadija breed. There are currently three Mangalista breeds: blond, red and swallow-bellied. The only difference between these breeds are the color, all other characteristics are uniform.
Mangalista pigs are unique in that they have a long and thick wooly coat similar to a sheep. While not favored by the larger commercial productions, the Mangalista is popular amongst farmers and consumers for its fatty, marbled meat that has superior flavor. It is primarily used for sausage and smoked ham.
Mangalitsa Pigs For Sale In The USA
|Suisun Valley Farm||Fairfield||CA|||
|Winfield Farm||Buellton||CA||(805) 686-9312|||
|Winkler Wooly Pigs||Windsor||CA||(707) 291-5001|||
|Dinner Bell Farm||Chicago Park||CA||(530) 272-2843|||
- Also, check out the breeders of some other farm animals: Andalusian Horse, Elizabeth Duck, or Guernsey Cattle
- Are you a farm animal breeder who isn’t listed? Add your information here.
Our Mission: Our mission here at hobbyfarmwisdom.com is to provide the most comprehensive information, directories, and articles about Hobby Farms and their animals. Much like you, we are passionate about the American small farm and want to help anyone who is interested in learning about, or starting their own Hobby Farm.
Please check us out on Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, and Twitter. Or, if you have a specific question, shoot us an e-mail at: [email protected]
Have a great day!
We also highly recommend reading checking out our latest news and informative tips at our blog. Find useful information on everything related to your Hobby Farm or Homestead!!!