The other top question was, "Which breed is best for a small farm/hobby farm/home-raise?" That all depends, as with just about every answer for "which is best?" Foremost, which breeds are available in the area? Or are you willing to ship pigs in from a far away location? How much are you willing to pay? Paying several hundred dollars for one piglet may not be sensible for something just destined for the freezer. Is the goal a pig with excellent feed conversation? Or is flavor more important? Which is more important, lard or meat? In my situation, friendliness and easy of handling takes priority. But other people may want a pig that is more weather tolerant, or perhaps renown for its pasturing ability. Physical conformation will become important if you plan to breed the pigs and keep them into adulthood. For a piglet with crooked legs that will be slaughtered at 5-6 months....no problem. But I wouldn't want crooked legs on a full sized hog and definitely not one for breeding.
If I had my druthers, I'd like to have Berkshires. I've had them before and they were tasty, easy to keep, and friendly.
Just for fun it would be cool to have Kunekunes.