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I may be able to help you out. I’m in central Oklahoma. I have several sows ready to sell now and will have some litters to sell within the next couple months. Text me if you want more info. 405-300-4011.
Kim, I guess I didn’t get my notification of your inquiry. I currently have my older boar available. He is still producing great pigs but I need to refresh a bit and don’t need a boar I’m not using. He is Clark’s Longfellow 6/6 3487. Let me know if you are interested.
I currently have multiple breeding age gilts and boars, second litter sows, and pigs around 8 weeks of age. All registered stock. These will be available at a good price. Give me a call or text at 405-300-4011. Please leave a message.
Can you text me so I will have your number at 405-300-4011. I will talk with you about it as soon as time permits.
16/1 is out of Cornish Super 45/2 and Piggin Matilda 1/2.
The younger boar is a SOS Super 1/5 x Piggin Matilda 4/2 boar farrowed on 9/23/16. The Piggin Super 16/1 was farrowed on 8/22/16.
The oldest boar I have available is Piggin Super 16/1 7906. I have another that is out of my SOS Super 1/5 6951 and a Piggin Matilda sow. I will have to get the exact info on that one for you later.
I currently have 2 Piggin Super boars available. I would consider making an even trade for your Defender boar. I can be contacted at 405-300-4011.
I been waiting to reply until I knew for sure boar 12/5 was still available. He is on his way to Nebraska. However, boar 14/6 is essentially the same breeding. He us only 3 weeks younger. He is available for $300. I may be interested in a trade for one of you Prudence gilts.
I currently have Piggin Super 12/5, Piggin Super 14/6, and Piggin Super 16/1. I also have another that I haven’t submitted yet that is a out of SOS Super 1/5 and Piggin Matilda 4/2. Depending on the right person I may be interested in selling my older boar Clark”s Longfellow 6/6
I have farrowed five sows together in the same barn with no physical separation. Sometimes they will try to have them laying next to each other. Although, I would recommend the physical separation as you mentioned you currently have so there is less potential of laying on each other’s pigs as they tend to do if farrowed and held together without separation. They have a hard enough time keeping up with their own much less another sows pigs. Feel free to message me direct with any additional question on Facebook.
Do you still have the boar for sale?
How much are you asking for the boar? I’ve been trying to make a boar trade with no luck. Needing a good backup boar for my gilts.
Free mating to an unrelated boar on my farm with every gilt purchase once they reach maturity. Currently 5 months of age. $300 each
Boars are gone! A couple of breeding quality gilts available from those I was planning to keep.