In studies by Ghent University, and Trouw Nutrition, the Hypor sows produced the most colostrum with the largest percentage of fat compared to other breeds of sows. The recommended amount of colostrum needed for piglet survival and optimal performance is 250 grams. The average colostrum production of Hypor sows is far above this minimum. Of the 100 sows studied at Ghent University, 54 percent of them produced less than 250 grams per pig. The study also compared the fat content of the Hypor sow with sows from PIC, Topigs and Danbred. Fat is one of the most important ingredients in colostrum. Hypor sows had the best fat percentage compared to other sows from PIC, Topigs 20, and Danbred. In order for sows to produce large numbers of pigs, they need to have the weaning capacity to raise healthy litters. This research shows that Hypor sows produce the amount of colostrum and fat to raise large litters of full value pigs.