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Hogback Farms
Hogback Farms

Hogback Farms is a medium 1,000 acre pig farm. The farm is
6 generations old. The Hogback stopped raising pigs in the
80’s when the market for them dropped so now they just work
the land, using all older John Deere machinery and
equipment. The family is made up of a husband who runs the
farm, a wife who cuts and styles hair, and a teenage boy who
helps with the chores.
Re: Hogback Farms
You have some AWESOME displays & 1/64 farm toys:-) What part of the US do you hale from? I am from Northeast Wis. (near Green Bay) I just discovered this website a few days ago & posted a couple of pics in the collections area. Tom Dolan
Re: Hogback Farms

thanks for the comments. Sorry for the late reply I hardly go on here anymore. It seems like the board isn't watched too much, and too much forgien stuff for me. I tried to find your emial adress but no luck Are you a member on Toy Tractors? If not you should be, I really like a whole bunch fo different section and your posts don't get lost. It seems like a lot of new young members are on it, but if you go on at the right time you'll see a lot of good detailed stuff. Here's the link

That display is actually one of my very first displays(very old), none of my displays look like that. I'm actually from centrel Wisconsin. I see you were at the Ripon Show, I saw some of your stuff there. Will you be there this year? If it isn't too late I'm going to try to get ahold of someone to bring one of my displays. If you want to chat or reply back feel free to email me back
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