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“I’ve found over time that if your goal is to retain the top 99% of elite females in your herd, it’s still the 1% you choose to let go that keeps you up at night."

 

--Ron Smith, Owner
  WinMor Farms

   
   
   
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    BRED TO: Redemption
    DUE: January 1st

    BRED BY: WinMor Farms

    One of our consistent, top-performing, go-to females, Anna-Belle never disappoints and her pigs rise to the top of the pack. We look back and realize the significant contributions that our Purple Reign boar made to the female side of our herd. You truly appreciate this female when you stand behind her. She's one of the biggest ribbed and biggest bladed females on the farm.

     

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    Boots

    BRED TO:  Made Ya Look
    DUE: January 24th

    BRED BY: WD SWINE FARM, CA

    Littermate to:

    2011 CA State Fair Champion Barrow
    Blue Blood ($45,000 Champion Cross Boar, 2011 WPX, Sold to Upper Hand Genetics)
    Black Blood ($35,000 Private Treaty Sale to Upper Hand Genetics)

    Ryan calls her "the best gilt he's ever raised".  That's funny...we thought we'd bought that one 3 years ago.  Since our mission is to make a home for the nation's best females, we made sure this one found her way to WinMor.  Guard your banners--her pigs are going to come knocking next summer.

     

     

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    BRED TO: Visionary
    DUE: February 1st 

    BRED BY: WinMor Farms

    Gray-cie's mating to Triple X resulted in some of our most highly coveted females in the herd today. Breeding one of these Triple X females to Monumental brought us "Grace 17-6" who is one of our very favorite home-grown females in the herd today. Grace is one of the most impressive sows in the gestation barn. She is massive, graceful and monster boned. Grace's pigs will be heard from in the not-so-distant future!

     

    A repeat of the mating that produced R-Vision!

     

     

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    Boots

    BRED TO: Unleashed (Morgan)
    DUE: January 1st

    BRED BY: W-D SWINE FARM, CA

    Half-Sister to Boots!

    Grand Champion Gilt, 2012 SW Type Conference, Belton, TX

    Gray-cie turned heads in Belton by winning Grand Champion gilt honors at only five months of age.  Old School: it's not possible to max out on mass and power without sacrificing showy, stylish and feminine. New School:  Enter Gray-cie. We think she's as close to perfection as we've found and that's saying a lot considering the real estate that appears just below her on this page. Watch for her pigs later in 2012!

     

    Gray-cie has the same dam as Boots as well as Blue Blood and Black Blood which are both housed at Upper Hand Genetics. 

     

     

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    Hollywood

    BRED BY: W-D SWINE FARM, CA

    Littermate to Drop Shot
    The very popular crossbred gilt exhibited at the 2009 World Pork Expo.
    This female pushes the limits in terms of mass, rib and overall dimension.
    In three short years, Hollywood has become the matriarch of WinMor, the backbone of our herd. One of the few females in the showpig industry that people know on a first name basis.

     

     

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    Jessica

    BRED BY: LAMBRIGHT SHOWPIGS, IN

    EXHIBITED BY: BRIAN & ABBY CLAPP

    This gilt was a winner in our book before she was named Grand Champion in Indy.  There was no doubt in our minds...she was going to call WinMor her new home.  She is a unique female with an intriguing pedigree.  We aren't sure if we've ever seen a stouter, heavier structured Yorkshire female.  We see great things in her future and we are honored to own her.  Watch for her first litter in early 2014!

     

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    Jessica

    BRED TO: Visionary
    DUE: January 1st

    BRED BY: WINMOR FARMS

    EXHIBITED BY: MICHAEL LANDRY FAMILY, LA

    In her first litter, she produced the Reserve Light Cross Weanling Gilt at Duncan, the 49th Overall Cross Gilt at OYE...and the 2016 World Pork Expo Grand Champion Gilt (Open Show)...all sired by Visionary.  She's become one of the hottest tickets at WinMor Farms and to make things even more exciting....she's bred back the same way for Litter # 2.  Exciting things to come...this will be THE litter to watch this fall!

     

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    BRED TO: Super Monster Clone
    DUE: March 1st

    BRED BY: WinMor Farms

    One of the most massive Gray-cie grand-daughters we've retained in the herd to date. This female has the extra front-end extension and look to make attention-grabbing barrows and show gilts. We are really excited about what she can contribute here at WinMor!

     

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    Rosie

    BRED BY: Redemption

    DUE: December 1st

    This World Pork Expo class winner turned our heads and made Ron state, without hesitation, “This one’s coming home to WinMor.” It took $10,000 to call her “ours” but we’re really excited about the possibilities here. Rosie has that natural heads-up show look that draws your attention. She’s sound as a cat and takes a long, easy stride. The opportunities are endless for Rosie here at WinMor Farms and our bets are on her for some champion barrows in years to come!

     

     

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    BRED TO: Unleashed (Morgan)
    DUE: January 1st

    BRED BY: Gentry Genetics, IN

    Sare-Bear was a 2014 World Pork Expo class winner. She's the kind of ultra-complete female that you can be confident mating to a wide variety of boars with success. This female has all the pieces to make barrows, boars and gilts. Thank you to Gentry Genetics for allowing us to bring Sare-Bear to Iowa!

  • Snow White Snow White

    BRED TO: Unleashed (Morgan)
    DUE: January 25th

    BRED BY: WEISINGER FARMS, IA
    EXHIBITED BY: BLAKE HOLMES, KS

    We fell in love with this ultra-popular all-white gilt at the 2013 World Pork Expo where she was a class winner in the Junior Division. This is one of those females you just can't pass up and, at a price tag of $12,500, she may have been the bargain of the show. We are confident in her abilities to produce great ones for WinMor Farms for generations to come. Watch for her first litter to debut later in 2013...should be just right for an encore debut at the 2014 World Pork Expo!