Roxie the LB Sow
RIP Roxie, I have to leave her photo here, as she was my 1st Sow and taught me so much.
Dottie the GOS Sow
Dottie on the Pasture, helping to turn it to a prairie.
Currently we have over a dozen GOS gilts and sows. I likely have a young breeder ready for a new home if you are looking to help preserve this pig.
Swanee the Big Boar and his ladies and kiddos
Ive been selecting for grazing traits.
This pigs prefer grazing to rooting.
Fat Face, on the left, and Georgia, on the right. Gloucestershire old spot gilts.
These girl were a couple of the 1st GOS pigs here. Fast forward to 2020, Dorothy's Range, host 3 GOS boars, and over 10 sows. We have a lot of work to do to preserve this rare hog.
I am currently taking reservations for breeders. With a recent import of new genetics to the midwest, I can help you find a a breeding pair. I sell breeding stock for 500 each, and I sell feeder pigs for 170.
Swanee the GOS boarling.
Swanee, above, is the GOS boar. He is excellent grazer and encourages others to graze. A great trait to have in his offspring!
Dorothy's Range Registers Hog with GOSA. Gloucestershire Old Spots Of America.