JNH AH Baloo

Swine, American Guinea Hog, Boar (male) | Black, white guard hairs, red tips

AGHA# 7166 | DOB: 4/13/2016 (3 yrs)

Skyfire Hamhock


Skyfire Hamhock

American Guinea HogBoar (male)Black
AGHA# 0128DOB: 5/26/200811 yrs
Hamhock came to us in the fall of 2015 by way of Oklahoma. He was broad of shoulders and hams and of the larger variety of guinea hogs. We have gotten several litters from him, all with high quality piglets. His son, Baloo, out of Aala, is his replacement. At nine years old, it was getting harder (but not impossible) for him to do his job. His sperm was collected for cyropreservation by specialists from Purdue Univ for the USDA-ARS-National Animal Germplasm Program. He had an easy going temperament with us and was a fine specimen of the American Guinea Hog. Skyfire Hamhock was retired Oct, 2017.
 AGHA# 0128 Black
Eclipse Fields Adam Aala


Eclipse Fields Adam Aala

American Guinea HogSow (female)Black
AGHA# 3974DOB: 3/24/20145 yrs
Aala was a fabulous and protective momma with litter sizes that ranged from 4 to 7. She co-nursed other litters and raised more than her own, coming back into condition in good time following weaning.
 AGHA# 3974 Black

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proven boar


Baloo is ready to move on to other pastures. As a mid-sized boar, he has provided excellent piglets for both breeding stock and for meat.
Joyful Noise Home-N-Stead will continue to concentrate on the Hesters line, using a son of Baloo for needed outcrossings.

Purchase Terms

Buyer is responsible for any required or requested testing and Certified Veterinary Inspection if traveling across state lines.

Updated 9/18/2019