Babi Kampung, also known as "village pig," is a traditional breed of pig that is found in Indonesia. They are known for their hardiness and adaptability, as well as their ability to forage for food in the wild. Babi Kampung pigs have a black or dark brown coat, a large body, and a broad snout. They are known for their meat which is considered to be more flavorful and tender than commercial breeds. They are mostly raised by smallholder farmers and small-scale farmers, and the pig farming is considered to be a low-input and low-output system.