Zip is an intact male Great Pyrenees that we want to sell. I purchased him for breeding but no longer have the appropriate female.
He is from a breeder in Davisboro, Georgia so not related to any Pyrenees here in north Florida.
Born April 19, 2017, we have two of India’s puppies left for sale, a male and a female. They have a clean bill of health and their shots from the Animal Medical Clinic here in Monticello. Great Pyrenees are large, working dogs that belong on a ranch with a job to do. They don’t herd […]
Honey had a litter of fluffy, healthy pups on March 18th. They’re are all sold but one, a male. Here’s a photo from just this morning. India (Honey’s mom) had a litter yesterday! It looks like she’s had five, but we are leaving her alone (except for food and water) for the first week. She’s […]
This and That The Mayhaw Festival has come and gone and was a great success. We had official counters this year and totaled 457 visitors over the two days. Yeah! for my great friends and family who jumped in and helped. We have the jelly on hand in our Country Store and still have frozen […]
Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years and Valentines Day have all come and gone so quickly. Life on the farm is really a rush and depending on your view point, it’s a lot of fun with a little hard work along the way. We’ve upholstered a chair and have been carding more wool for spinning. I’ve had […]
Puppies and Keets Well we have both, but we’ll tell you about the puppies first. India has two girls and a boy. The girls are all white and the little boy has badger markings. We notice the markings fade out as they mature but a hint is always there. The markings do help with identification […]
Puppies Puppies are growing quickly and go for their 6-week check up in a few days. All have been spoken for but I know two other farmers that had Great Pyrenees and they have a few left of their litters. We will be putting all the pups out with adults to let them become accustomed […]
. . . . . . wow, got these first words on paper. Now there is no stopping. So much to write about here at the farm. Lambs Lambs started arriving in January. Not as many this year as we would like but those out there are growing fast and furious. Next week we will […]
It is 85 degrees and still humid, and it has been a while since we’ve had a good rain. The pastures are crunchy under my step. I remember just a short time ago grumbling about too much rain. The sheep and goat are all better now that the parasite issue is behind us. Wow, was […]
We get a lot of questions about our guardian dogs. There are five with various jobs and personalities to fit. I thought this might be a good time to introduce them and explain why they are so valuable to us. We have Ben and Woody (pictured left), Siggy, Gracie and India. In the past we […]