Fall Fair Pigs Waiting List

It’s that time of year. As we prepare to farrow spring litters we are taking names on our “Fall Fair Pigs Waiting List”.  Give us a call, text, or email to get on the list.

Taylor (435-720-0766) email – jarman.taylorj@gmail.com

We are very excited about these litters. We have a great set of females sired by Boars like Not Even Close, Pathfinder and Center Stage.

These great females were bred to what we think are some of the hottest most proven sires out there. We will have litters sired by NO WAY, ON FIRE, SAVAGE, and WEDDING NIGHT due to start farrowing the 2nd-week of February.   These guys should work great for a July to Labor Day fair.

We expect these to be deep impressive litters. We are excited to get the best pigs we can produce to great homes. Here are a few examples of our October litters this year.

Feel free to call, text, or email anytime.

Taylor (435-720-0766) Jarman.taylorj@gmail.com

Pigs for Sale

We have a very very deep litter of cross pigs born October 22. Sired by Ottenwalters Bad Man 63 out of a Peter Dragon sow right from Ottenwalter. These guys are stout featured, massive, really well designed with great feet and legs. You’d have to drive a long way to find genetics like this from one of the hottest farms going. They should work perfectly for May and June shows. These guys were born to win. Call Taylor (435-720-0766) or Steve (509-306-9039) for more information.


Bad Man 63


We’re quickly approaching the Holiday season. During this time we’d like to thank all of those who have made purchases with White Rooster Cattle Co and White Rooster Show pigs. We are excited to see how our livestock performs for you as producers as well as showmen in the ring. Stay in touch to see what we have hitting the ground this winter. Cows will start calving in January and Pigs will start farrowing in February. This will be an exciting winter For Whiter Rooster Farms!

Don’t forget that we always have bulls on feed as well as open heifers. We have a great set of maternal yearling bulls and upcoming 2 year olds. Our heifer calf crop this year was extremely deep! We have debated weather selling anything is even the right move but, we’d like to see our genetics thrive and still have a great set available.