The Protest pig is a strain of pig. It’s also known by a few other titles like Protest pig, German: Husumer Protestschwein and Danish: Husum protestsvin or Danske protestsvin.
It was originated at the Start of the 20th century in North Frisia in Southern Schleswig. It was created when Danes exhibited the Protest pig and living in the region under ruler were banned from increasing the flag.
The strain has created a sign of the cultural identity because of the red color of it, its white belt plus a touch of a belt resembling the colors of the Flag of Denmark. Read more details about the strain.
Danish Protest Pig
The Protest pig is moderate to the large creature. It’s principally reddish in color with a white belt plus a hint of a buckle that is flat.
The average elevation of this Protest pig is about 92 cm. The boars around 350 pounds on weight. And the typical bodyweight of this sows is about 300 kg.
Danish Protest Pig Breed Information
|Breed Name||Danish Protest|
|Other Name||Protest pig, German: Husumer Protestschwein and Danish: Husum protestsvin or danske protestsvin|
|Special Notes||Very hardy, active, currently a rare breed|
|Breed Size||Medium to large|
|Around 350 kg|
|Sows||Around 300 kg|
|Climate Tolerance||Native climates|
|Color||Usually red with a broad white vertical belt and a trace of a white horizontal belt|
|Country/Place of Origin||Germany|