French Landrace Pigs
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About French Landrace PigsAbout French Landrace Pigs

Landrace pigs were first introduced into France around 1930; however, it was not until after World War 2 that extensively imported into France - mainly from Sweden.

Today's French variant of then Landrace pigs is typically large and white with heavy drooping ears. They have been bred for skeletal soundness, heavy muscling, good mothering, and prolificacy. Sows average 19.7 pigs per year. Their hams are bulging and their rumps are level and wide with very muscular loins.

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