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Our Mission

To maintain the purity of The American Mulefoot Hog.
To promote interest in the breed, and to establish, maintain and publish authoritive records, registers and transfers of ownership of the breed.


"Of 15 breeds of swine raised in this country just 50years ago, 8 are now extinct and most of the remaining purebred types  are seriously imperiled."

Organization Purpose

The American Mulefoot Hog Association is dedicated to the preservation of a rare and endangered breed.. This rare breed makes a priceless contribution to American agriculture, and the preservation of genetic diversity for all countries. Many nearly extinct or endangered breeds of animals may hold valuable keys to medical cures, immunity and breed preservation/improvement, thereby benefiting the entire planet. We are committed to preserving the Mulefoot to benefit future generations of humans and animals. We strive to add new members so we will be able to grow and expand. We also want to have fun while communicating on the internet, phone or by the occasional visit. By developing relationships and friendships, the organization will become even stronger.

We aim to further promote the interests of our association and our members to the community. We strive to make a difference by educating the public and expanding our reach.
Long may it continue...

The American Mulefoot Hog Association and Registry  
* 18995 V Drive * Tekonsha Michigan * US * 49092 *
(517) 518-7930
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and/or Mark or Jessica Dibert