China has a vast territory and abundant resources, and there are significant differences in the development of pig breeding in different regions. As the main component of Chinese residents’ daily meat consumption, it is of great significance to improve people's living standards and conform to the national sustainable development strategy to raise pork production and reduce pollution emissions. In view of this, based on the minimum distance to weak efficient frontier model, this paper constructs Metafrontier-Malmquist-Luenberger index considering negative output under the common frontier to comprehensively evaluate pig breeding green total factor productivity (PBG). The results manifest that: (1) No matter under the common frontier or the group frontier, PBG presents large temporal and spatial differentiation characteristics. Compared with the eastern region and the central region, the western region has obvious advantages in PBG. (2) PBG has shown a downward trend as a whole, which is mainly due to the technical retrogression. (3) Compared with small-scale and medium-sized PBG, large-scale PBG has apparent superiorities. Based on the above outcomes, combined with the actual situation of China, this paper finally raises policy recommendations for improving PBG.