Two Mangalitsa pigs
A pig breed that once traded alongside gold on the Hungarian stock exchange is now gracing the northern Pennines in Cumbria. To the untrained eye they could easily be mistaken for sheep, for these woolly creatures, known as Mangalitsa pigs, are covered in a thick, course coat making them well equipped to deal with extreme weather. These pigs, once known as the Curly Coated Lincoln, were traditionally lard producers, but they also produce highly marbled meat. They were common in […]