The Middle White breed survey is OPEN!

You can complete it on line you need to log in to your BPA account on the BPA website

You can also call or email your surveyor with your information who will enter it for you. The Middle White breed surveyor is Tracey Bretherton who can be contacted on 01772 673245/ 07884071924 or e-mailed at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you join the Middle White Pig Breeders Club between the 1st September 2015 and 31st December 2015 we will not collect your first January payment till January 2017

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Brian Merry, Club chairman, excepting the the Miranda Squire Plate on behalf of this years winners Sharon and David Groves with 62 points



Middle White Pig Breeders Club

The club was established in 1991 to promote the breed and to help breeders. One element of this is by encouraging breeders to display their pigs at agricultural shows - the shop window of the farming world. In recent years, the breed survey carried out by the BPA shows a population of around 335 pedigree sows and 80 stock boars, kept by about 100 breeders.

The Middle White Pig Breeders' Club is not exclusively for breeders and anyone with an interest in the breed or pigs in general is welcome to join. Within the club, the leading Middle White breeders will be delighted to offer help and advice to novices.

The club produces a regular newsletter circulated to all members which includes a host of articles which will interest and inspire everyone. In addition, the club offers rosettes at selected shows and there is a series of trophies to be competed for every year as part of the policy of encouraging keepers of Middle Whites into the showring. The club produces a range of quality giftware available to all who support the breed.
Pedigree registration is handled by the British Pig Association and it is necessary to belong to this organisation in order to register stock. The club encourages anyone who wishes to breed pure to register their stock and thus ensure the continuity of the few remaining bloodlines.


Alice winning the Royal