The Kunini Registry has the goal to promote, register and record Kunini pigs for the benefit of it's members.
Members promise to strive to raise and/or own Kunini's in an ethical manner by following a Code of Ethics detailed below:
Members agree to feed and water their Kunini's in an appropriate manner for healthy growth. Underfeeding as well as overfeeding is strictly prohibited.
Members agree to provide Kunini's with appropriate indoor or outdoor housing. Housing Kunini's outside with no form of shelter is prohibited. Kunini's may not be housed in areas smaller than 16' × 16'; which shall not house more than 4 Kunini's unless the enclosure contains a sow with her litter.
Members agree that each Kunini they produce and sell can be returned to them for any reason at any point in it's life. The Kunini can then be re-homed or situated as the breeder sees fit. Refunds, travel expenses, etcetera are up the individual member.
Members agree to have all pet male Kunini's neutered prior to leaving the premises with the new owner. Pet Kunini gilts are to be sold on a spay contract. No exceptions.
Members agree to handle and socialize their Kunini piglets between 2 to 8 weeks.
Members agree to keep Kunini piglets with the sow until they are eating solid foods naturally. Orphaned Kunini piglets or emergencies are the exception.
Members understand and agree that Kunini piglets will not leave their farm until 6 weeks of age to in-state residents and 8 weeks for out-of-state residents.
Members understand that every Kunini piglet they produce is deserving of an appropriate home. Screening and educating potential buyers is highly recommended. Members agree not to sell their Kunini pigs at pet stores or auctions.
Members agree and understand that any falsification of information pertaining to registration will result in immediate withdrawal of membership and voiding of registration papers until the Kunini pigs can be inspected by a member of the registry.
Members agree to be open and honest about the size of their mature breeding Kunini's. Members agree to educate potential buyers that Kunini's continue to grow for 5 years. Any member understating the size of their Kunini's will allow the Registrar, Secretary, or an agent of the Kunini Registry to visit and weigh/measure their Kunini pigs.
Members agree to comply with all local, state and federal transportation of livestock regulations. All states in the United States of America require a CVI for travel across state lines. Members agree to abide by airline or other carrier regulations.