Ossabaw Island Pigs "referred to as the Feral
Pig," is a feral pig that can be found off the
coast of Georgia and Ossabaw Island.
Ossabaw Island pigs was believed to have
been brought over by the Spanish and
dropped off on the island. The ossabaw
Island pig has become miniaturized over the
centuries because of the size of the island and
the amount of food AVAILABLE, known as
Ossabaw Island pigs are known to be very
lively and extremely intelligent and have an
excellent temperament. Ossabaw Island pigs
have prick ears, meaning they are pointed and
Other characteristic of the Ossabaw Island
pigs are their long snouts and heavy coats.
The colors are wide ranging; including, red,
blue and grey. Spotted pigs can be calico,
red, black and white, with solid white pigs
being very rare. Their height can range from
14-20 inches and weight anywhere from 40 to
200 pounds in captivity.