NEBRODI BLACK PIG
This particular native Italian breed of pig widespread on the Nebrodi mountains, in Sicily, has very ancient origins: fossil remains and written documents testify the presence of these animals since the period of Greek and Carthaginian colonization (7th-6th century).
An early, rustic and long-lived breed, it is characterized by good fertility, has a good resistance to diseases and climatic adversities. The specimens grow slowly and produce fine meat.
It is raised in the wild and left free to roam the woods, eating acorns and the fruits of nature. The size is medium-small and its appearance is wild, characterized by a mane that is raised in case of agitation.
It has an elongated snout and long limbs, characteristics that make it a great walker. The hard clogs also allow him to move easily on the Nebrodi mountains.