BK9954 or other pig producers

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Re: BK9954 or other pig producers

Postby skyhightree1 » Fri Sep 15, 2017 10:06 pm

Workinonit Farm wrote:
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When you sell, what are the weights on the hogs, at that point?


I will sell 50#lbs up to a 700lb boars... If the question was for me. If not I apologize


Yes, the question was for you. :) How many of your 'customers', who want a killing hog, want 50 lb and 700 lb?

In the past, most people I sold to, wanted 350 to 400 lb. A few preferred 200 to 250 lb. I had a few buy some in the 60 to 80 lb range, for pig roasts, the preference being 70 lb.


I'd say 40-50 were roasters 75+120 lbs I have a bunch of people that get 1 for memorial day the 4th and labor day
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Re: BK9954 or other pig producers

Postby wacocowboy » Fri Sep 15, 2017 11:50 pm

Curious where is there a barn in Texas that sells pigs? I have seen goats, sheep, exotics, cattle and horses but never pigs.
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