The American Kune Kune Breeders Association has developed standards for breeders and buyers of Kune Kune Pigs.
Head: Broad with a dished face, short to medium snout (short preferred), teeth suitable for grazing.
Ears: Pricked or semi-lop
Wattles: Two, well formed and well attached, evenly placed
Neck: Short to medium, medium to heavy jowl
Body: Shoulders level and in proportion to rump, chest moderately wide between the legs, well formed hams in proportion to shoulders
Back: Strong level or slightly arched
Tail: Set high, held in curl or straight (curled preferred)
Legs: Straight, well set, short in proportion to length of body, pasterns short and springy
Feet: Strong, closed and even with consideration of pig's age and size
Skin and Hair: Healthy coat of any color and texture
Sexual Characteristics: Females should have a feminine look, at least 10 evenly spaced teats. Males should exhibit masculine characteristics and have at least 10 evenly spaced teats
Temperament: Placid/gentle in nature