Ossabaw Island Hog

The Ossabaw Island Hog is a breed of pig derived from a population of feral pigs on Ossabaw Island, Georgia, United States. The original Ossabaw Hogs are descended from swine released on the island in the 16th century by Spanish explorers. A breeding population has been established on American farms off the island, but they remain a critically endangered variety of pig.

EARS: Erect forward facing ears.
HEAD: Heads are heavily built and slightly dished.
Nose: Long narrow snout designed for rooting.
NECK: Thick with a smooth transition from head to body.
BODY: Well-rounded with no fat rolls, and oblong in shape.
LEGS & FEET: Short strong straight legs. Evenly spaced, and forward facing toes.
COLORATION: Usually black they also come spotted, red, and tan.
 Height  Under 20 inches.