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Consumers must have confidence that when they buy some GOS meat, it is the genuine article.

Ensuring low stocking rates is important.

GOS are hardy enough to be kept outddors in winter providing they have wetherproof shelter and dry ground available

Club Contact Details

We suggest that general enquiries are addressed to the secretary of the Gloucestershire Old Spots Pig Breeders Club by email (mail@oldspots.org.uk).

Alternatively, for further information contact the Gloucestershire Old Spots Pig Breeders' Club, you can write to the secretart at:
   Freepost (GL442),
   GL7 5BR

Or telephone 01285 860229.

If your query would be better answered by another committee member, please feel free to contact them directly. You can find contact details for individual members here.

Did You Know?
A pair of GOS pigs, The King of England and The Queen of England , were exported to America and used in the development of the Spotted Poland China breed. Others were used to develop the Minnesota No.3 breed. In the mid-1990s, twenty examples of the breed were exported to the States to help re-establish the breed there in its pure form. Visit www.gosamerica.org for more information on GOS in the USA.


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