(Take Notice x Ice Age 8-7)
Yorkshire Female
Bred By: Harrell Family Farm

Stress: Negative

Lucy and Lola are littermate sisters.  We liked this mating so much we bought Take Notice and we bred the sows back the same mating.  We have 6 (Take Notice x About Time x “Rikki”) in our keeper pen to become sows for 2017.  Lucy and Lola are massive in their chest and width.  

The dam of Lola was Melba and her grandma was our Ricker Foundation sow we called Rikki. Kevin told us when we bought Rikki that she would be our best sow and generator for us. He was right! Rikki’s littermate sister was shown by the Taylor family in Indiana and the other two sisters was retained by Kevin Ricker. Rikki’s mother is a littermate to the mother of the Grand Champion Gilt at the 2012 Eastern Regional and was also the Champion Yorkshire Gilt. Rikki ‘s great grandmother RIY5 Lab Fancy 124-7 was the grandma of the 2010 World Pork Expo Junior National Champion Yorkshire Gilt. Rikki’s grandma RIY7 110-9 is a littermate to the mother RIY7 110-8 of the 2010 World Pork Expo Junior National Champion Yorkshire Gilt. RIY7 110-8 also produced White Mule a popular Ricker boar previously housed at Small Town Genetics. Both Mighty Mack 74-1 and Moonshine have sired multiple winners. Rikki’s pedigree traces back to the powerful One Ton and Spud sows.

I am very excited to build our Yorkshire herd around Rikki and with her granddaughter for future yorkshire generations.  

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Take Notice

(Crazy Bone X Net Worth)

Bred By: Ben and Chuck Olsen
Previously Housed At: Crossroads Genetics and now at Harrell Family Farm.

Take notice was the $55,000 fall classic champion York boar from 2013. He has earned Premiere Sire Awards at both the Winter Type Conference and Indiana State Fair as well as Reserve Premiere Sire at the Southwest Type Conference. He sired the Grand Overall Barrow at the ’15 SE Regional, Res York Barrow at the ’15 NJSS, and Champion Yorkshire Barrow at the American Royal, 3rd Overall York Barrow at the WPX and Res Div 2 York Gilt at SE Regional to name a few.  Take Notice sired the 2015 Champion York Boar at the SWTC called Notice Me and Double Take previously at Crossroads.   

 Ice Age 8-7IceAge


Bred By: Larry Moore
Previously Housed At: Chuck Olsen

Ice Age 8-7 is a boar raised by Larry Moore. Chuck Olsen purchased this boar to make his sows smaller framed and give them a bigger top. Ice Age 8-7 is also bold sprung in his rib shape and is powerful in his design. Ice Age 8-7 came from a strong litter. Ice Age 8-7 was the Top Selling Reserve Champion Yorkshire Weanling Male at Duncan and his littermate brother was the Champion and later became the Western Regional Champion Yorkshire Barrow.

The sire of Ice Age 8-7 is Ice Age a boar previously housed at Moyers and now is housed at Ottenwalters. Ice Age’s pedigree was Mammoth x Full Dimension. Ice Age sired: the 2012 Reserve 4-H Market Hog at the California State Fair, the 2012 Supreme Grand Champion at the Redwood Acres Fair, CA, the 2012 Grand Champion – Porterville Fair, CA, the 2012 Grand Champion at the Chico Silver Dollar Fair, the 2012 Champion York & 3rd Overall at the Klebery-Kennedy County Junior Livestock Show, TX, the 2011 Supreme Champion Jackpot Pig at the California Pork Spectacular, the 2011 Reserve Champion at the Zapata County, TX, the 2011 Reserve Champion Gilt at the Montgomery County, IN, the 2011 2nd Place Heavy Barrow at the Houston Livestock Show, and the 2011 $7,900 Second High Selling Gilt at the Indiana State Fair Open Show.

Ice Age 8-7’s maternal sire is Full Moon, a boar from the 2009 Duncan show. Full Moon was previously housed at Shipley Swine Genetics. Full Moon has within his pedigree Stone Cold, Corner Stone, 4 Corners, Tug Boat, Tank, and Absolute Power.  Also on the maternal side of Ice Age 8-7 is Larry Moore’s Square Deal boar.  You can find Square Deal in other boars such as Purple Powers Boar Taloga.

Ice Age 8-7 sired a class winning York gilt for Olsen at the 2013 Fall Classic that sold for $2,750 to HF Genetics, TX and a 2nd place boar at the 2013 STC that sold to Rodibaugh and sons for $7,000.