Tamworth. She's a year old. Usually, she is quite a serious pig, but here she is all full of herself on a cool spring afternoon. The Tamworth is among the oldest of pig breeds but as with many older breeds of livestock they are not well suited to modern production methods. Long, lean, and athletic, the Tamworth is probably the most direct descendant of the native pig stock of northern Europe.
The Tamworth was traditionally considered a “bacon” breed, meaning that
the pigs thrived on low energy foods but grew slowly. They produced
meat and bacon that was lean and fine grained. The breed has an
excellent carcass yield of up to 70% due to their fine bones creating a
more productive meat to bone ratio for finished meat products. The breed is
listed as "Threatened" in the United States by the American Livestock Breed Conservancy.