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WELCOME TO RED ROOF KUNEKUNES!

FEEDING YOUR KUNEKUNE

Red Roof KuneKunes feeds Blue Seal Pig Sow Performance but I will sub out with Purina Nature's Match occasionally if needed.


Winter / Fall (when grass is not plentiful) 

2 cups of pellets twice a day.

Hay for bedding which they will eat making it dual purpose 

Fruits & Veggies as available

Spring / Summer

1.5 cups twice a day along 

Hay for bedding which they will eat making it dual purpose

Fruits and Veggies as available

WINTER FEEDING


By: Kathy Petersen of Virginia KuneKunes


1 cup = 8 ounces

1 quart = 4 8oz cups

FOODS THAT KUNEKUNES 

SHOULD NOT EAT

Avocados

Straight Corn

Corn Cobs

Celery

Salt

Caffeine

Sugar

Raw Potatoes

Onions

Any fruit or veggie that is moldy

KUNEKUNE SHELTERS

My father builds all of my pig shelters.

Each are filled with green hay which not only serves as bedding but also a food source.

I use plastic carpet protectors and mattress pads to keep the wind and rain out.​

SHELTER IDEAS 

CLEANING UP POOP

Kunekunes mostly defecate around the fence lines of their enclosures and rarely defecate in their shelters.

In my small fields I clean up every other day using a small rake, handled garbage container and muck bucket.

In my large fields, I allow the manure to fertilize.

KEEPING KUNEKUNES COOL

KuneKunes do not sweat. It is very important to provide them with shade and a mud hole. I do use some baby pools but mud is better for protection against insects and provides protection against the sun. If your Kunekunes try to drink out to the mud holes you can add vinegar - this will also keep the bugs down in the mud holes. For shade I use Wind Sails and also fruit trees! The fruit trees are multi purpose :)

MUD WALLOWS 

By: Kathy Petersen of Virginia KuneKunes

FENCING

There are many types of fencing that work great for KuneKune pigs. Here at Red Rood KuneKunes we use hog panels, t-posts, pulled wire and wooden posts. I have not experimented with electric fencing only because all of my land is already fenced. 

ALTERNATIVE FENCING

By: Kathy Petersen of Virginia KuneKunes

EMERGENCY FENCING MUST HAVES

BOLT CUTTERS

FENCING STAPLES

HAMMER

NAIL APRON

ASSORTMENT OF ZIP TIES

BAILING TWINES

PEN & PAPER


CONTACT  Caroline Malo​tt at Red Roof KuneKunes

An AKKPS KuneKune Breeder Since 2013

Offering Quality KuneKune Pigs For Sale in Virginia & throughout the USA.

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