Final Countdown to WPX

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It’s the final countdown until World Pork Expo, and we are anxious to get on the road and kick off our Sure Champ Summer Tour. It’s sure to be a great week in Des Moines, Iowa with the best of the best hogs showing and a talented set of judges to evaluate the stock.

This years judges lineup includes:

NJSA Purebred Gilts Kade Hummel of Illinois

NJSA Purebred Barrows and Crossbred Barrows Willie Kirkpatrick of Oklahoma

Crossbred Gilts and Novice and Junior Showmanship Justin Rodibaugh of Indiana

Team Purebred Barrows and Gilts Brandon Ogle of Illinois

Intermediate and Senior Showmanship Adam Conover of Iowa

Open Durocs Dan Burzlaff of Iowa

Open Hampshire and Open Landrace Jim McCoy of Ohio

Open Yorkshire Wayne Huinker of Iowa

Open Crosses Kirk Swanson of Iowa

Sure Champ will be on hand covering the event in and outside of the showring. Follow us on our social media outlets, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest for pictures and videos of what’s happening at WPX. In addition, feel free to drop by our booth spin the wheel for a chance to win free Sure Champ gear and learn more about our products and the newest addition to our product line that will launch that week. We will also be handing out koozies featuring some of our Sure Champ Superstars, and co-hosting a lunch at noon on Tuesday, June 3, with Sunglo® Feeds.

We hope that you’re as excited as we are and have remembered to pack the Sure Champ and Vita Charge to ensure your hogs stay healthy during this fun filled week. See you in Iowa!

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