Boar discussion, boar stud events, boar promotion
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There are plenty of boars that fit that. Best for you to select a few boar studs, call them and discuss your female and their boars. We recently used Never Before for similar traits.
Every stud has something that fits that description. What you have to do is find the stud that you want to work with and within your price range. I have a litter of chainbreakers from southern gold that would fit that description plus some.
I have had two litters of Chain Breakers and yes, he did a great job. One barrow was reserve division champion at our regional show(800+ head) and another made the sale at Houston. Littermate gilt to the Houston barrow was grand overall at another show for a little girl. Big rib, big top, very tall fronted, stout featured, and extremely flexible. I just bred three more back to him.
I used Table Max at Hi Point on a sow that need some heavier structure and he came through. Pigs were big boned, barrel ribbed, and big muscled. The muscle is a little softer, but nothing a little champion drive or fitter 52 won't help pop out. I was also impressed with the flexibility.