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How They Work :: WinMor Farms

Friday, July 12, 2019

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Jennifer Slagle, her dad, Ron Smith, and her husband, Don, are the principals behind WinMor Farms, a 100-sow show pig operation located in Grinnell, Iowa which is one hour east of Des Moines on I-80.  Ron has been living in Grinnell since December 2014.  Don and Jennifer had been living in the Des Moines area but recently moved to Grinnell with their two children, Will (10) and Anna (9).  They both work full-time in the ag financial services industry.  Don also manages their row-crop farm.  They feel very fortunate that Jennifer’s dad, Ron, is able to fully devote his time to managing the show pig operation.  The family also recently hired a new full-time herdsman to their team.  Derek Moore joined WinMor Farms in September of 2018 and has been a great addition.

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How They Work :: Lackey Livestock

Thursday, May 16, 2019

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Lackey Livestock, located in Haskell, Texas, has been producing quality commercial and show stock for years. Like so many who grow up showing livestock, Jason’s passion for the swine industry has led to an operation that now consists of approximately 80 sows made up of Crosses, Yorks, Hamps, Durocs and Chesters. With their sale being hosted on Showpig.com today, we wanted to sit down and found out just exactly How They Work with Jason Lackey.

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How They Work :: Wendt Livestock

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

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Find out how Wendt Livestock works in today's How They Work!

Wendt Livestock is a small family farm, specializing in Hampshires, Durocs, and Crossbred hogs. They also have 30 acres of cropland and a few cows we own in partnership to raise show calves. Their primary goal is to raise a high-quality, purebred gilt or boar that can have a positive influence on the breed and make significant change. Their secondary goal is to raise a quality purebred or crossbred market hog that can compete at any level for their children to show at the county or state fair and provide quality pigs for families with similar goals.

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