Mangalitsas (also referred to as Mangalicas or Mangalitzas) are a Hungarian breed of pig known for their thick, wooly coat -- much like that of a sheep! -- which make them them particularly resilient for outdoor life.  As for their meat, while less familiar to most than Berkshire, Mangalitsa pork is known for being especially succulent and marbled as the pigs have a very high lard-producing capacity.