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VIRINDA FARMS owners Jesse and Sally Adams started their Red Waddle breeding
years ago, with some of H.C. Wenglar's originals. They sold their stock when Jesse
was dying of cancer in the late 1990's. By the time he recovered somewhat and they
went looking for replacement hogs, he and Sally were unable to locate Red Waddles
of the stature they had owned before. They did the best they could to find the finest
hogs available and continue doing so today. They have graciously shared their
expertise (and hogs) with us at FIVE PONDS FARM.
RED WATTLE HOG BREEDING STOCK:
Most RED WATTLE HOGS are inbred to some degree, as they are critically
endangered and there are only three main bloodlines in the registry.
We have become increasingly particular when it comes to the RED WATTLE HOG
breeding stock we sell. Weaned piglets (8-10 weeks old) are priced at
$275-325 each. Prices vary on older hogs.
RED WATTLE BUTCHER HOGS:
Barrows (castrated males) normally sell for $85-100 each (depending on number
purchased) until they are 80 pounds apiece; price for hogs weighing over 80 pounds
is determined at time of sale.
Gilts (young females) not meeting our high standard of breeding quality
sell at 8 weeks of age for $150 apiece and do not include registration papers.
|For more information
and to inquire about purchasing
RED WATTLE HOGS, please call
Jesse & Sally Adams at 417-764-3354.
|Five Ponds' Perplexing Piggy Puzzle:
How many plump piled pinkish piglets?
|Today's Red Wattles feature
various ear, snout and body styles
|FIVE PONDS FARM , Thomasville, Missouri.
Please call : 417-764-3641
or e-mail us: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
RED WATTLE HOGS for SALE
Five Ponds Farm no longer has RED WATTLES, but our friends at nearby
Virinda Farms do!
To INQUIRE about RED WATTLE piglets FOR SALE,
please call Jesse and Sally Adams, 417-764-3354.
You can also e-mail them at email@example.com, but if you don't get a timely
response, it's best to give them a call.
|Another GROUND TRANSPORTATION option for Pets and Livestock is U-Ship,
where you bid for and choose a hauler.