The Belgian Landrace originated from different landrace types.
The Belgian Landrace is known for its high return. It combines a high percentage of lean meat with a high carcass weight.
A bright skin and hanging ears are the most distinctive features of a Duroc pig.
Pure Duroc pigs are often a holy grail for real meat lovers as they have more intramuscular fat.
Duke of Berkshire
Many Michelin-starred chefs choose a Duke of Berkshire pig for their pork.
The narrower and finer muscle fibres of this race lead to excellent, tender meat with a milder and sweeter flavour. It has a nice intense pink colour.