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Extreme close up photo of a cheerful looking Bronwen
Farewell to Bronwen (her talent was wasted here)!
Bronwen's gone to a new home in Gloucestershire where she'll have a much larger flock of sheep to look after Training and selling sheepdogs is ... Read More
Close up photo of Molly lying on the grass
Wow! Kelpie Molly gets our ‘Man of the Match’ Award!
It's taken a while, but Molly's showing real commitment and keeping her sheep together very well If you've read our Kelpie vs Collie blog, you'll ... Read More
Young collie puppies playing together
Collie puppies for sale
We have a few keen young pups available to active or working homes. We're delighted with this year's puppies, but there are a few ... Read More
Photo of Kay (lying down on the left) and Carew (standing) keeping an eye on the sheep they have just put into some buildings
All Safely Gathered in
Memories of Kay and Carew at Dean Farm on this day four years ago! Regular readers will know that we often gather sheep for our ... Read More
Photo of three herding sheepdogs walking up on a group of sheep
A Surprise Turnout to Move a Few Sheep!
Scylla and Ezra join Kay's fun! We only have five acres of land here (about two hectares) and at the moment there are just twelve ... Read More
Close up photo of a very pretty black, white, tan and merle border collie with pricked ears (and her tongue out).
Border Collie Sheepdogs Come in Assorted Colours!
We love coloured dogs and we've had a few over the years! Yesterday's post about so-called mis-marked puppies sparked a lot of response, mostly on ... Read More
Close up photo of two border collie puppies lying together. One has a white face and one of its eyes is blue
How do you feel about mis-marked puppies?
We love coloured dogs and we've had a few over the years! Yesterday's post about so-called mis-marked puppies sparked a lot of response, mostly on ... Read More
Photo of herding sheepdog Mo looking towards the camera. Behind her are two lambs.
“They’re Behind You”!
Little Mo doesn't realise the lambs are behind her! Two years ago today we were helping Ian and Ruth Morris to gather sheep at ... Read More