Arnold Ziffel was a pig featured in Green Acres, an American situation comedy that was produced by Filmways, Inc., and originally aired on the CBS network from 1965 to 1971. The show was premised on rural American humor and featured Oliver Wendell Douglas and his wife Lisa as city-dwellers who move to the unfamiliar environment of Hooterville, a fictional farming community.
Arnold was a pig, but he was treated as the son of Fred and Doris Ziffel. As evidenced by Arnold's erect ears and all white coloration, he was of the American Yorkshire breed.
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