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Recently became the second Registered Hereford Hog Breeder in Canada ! Looking to expand the Hereford Hog throughout Canada. We will personally deliver our Hogs just to make this dream happen ! We also hope to have the opportunity to show our Hereford Hogs at Fairs & Farm Shows across Canada.

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Canadian Hereford Hog Association & Registry - A CANADIAN DREAM

I would like to express my appreciation to everyone who viewed our site & became a member !

We now have 45 members across Canadian since our site opened up March 06, 2013.

These member are not only becoming a member of O.H.H.L.V.F to have our…

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Posted on March 11, 2013 at 4:20am — 1 Comment

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At 10:51am on March 4, 2013, OntAG Admin said…

Great photos and congrats.

Take care,

Joe

 
 
 

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