Boar discussion, boar stud events, boar promotion
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Agreed w8frit. Takes a bunch of homework to answer that question, best bet would be boars that have daughters in production, most of the boars don't last that long anymore. Also, beware of the popular boars, they get bred to the most sows, so have the best chance of making a few good ones, but can be inconsistent. Talk to a breeder you trust, study pedigrees, find ones that have the things you like. If anyone tells you they have a power hog that makes great gilts, skip that boar.