Hello! My name is Elora. I have a hobby farm in Chelsea, Oklahoma. Currently, I am a full-time college student and divide my time among raising Border Collies (for obedience and agility trianing), miniature milk goats, livestock guardian dog, and my APHA registered paint gelding. I love to train my border collies in obedience and agility. It is not only fun to work with them, but the dogs are more enjoyable since they are obedient. Since moving to Oklahoma in the fall of 2007 there was the decision to make on what animals we wanted and then had to decide on the breeds. The Lamancha breed is very sweet, but with only 5 acres and normally only one person handling the goats, so it was decided to go with a smaller breed. We chose the Nigerian Dwarf and Nigerian Dwarf/Lamancha cross. Since there are multiple coyotes in this area, we decided to get Great Pyrenees and Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherds to guard the herd.
Goats: Unregistered Nigerian Dwarfs and Lamancha/Nigerians.
ABCA Border Collie: Obedience and Agility trialing. PLEASE VISIT: http://quadkfarmbordercollies.webs.com/
LGD: Great Pyrenees for goat guardians.
I have just started to raise and train Border Collies. I train in
Obedience and Agilty. We have six ABCA border collies:
MR. DARCY, a black/white male;
DOTTEE LACE, a red/white female (has returned to my mother);
MIDNIGHT TOPAZ, a black/white female;
SCARLETT ROSE AND QK'S ISABELLA, 2 chocolate/white females,
and MYSTIC BLUE, a blue merle male.
Dart and Dottee had their first litter on Feburary 28th, 2012.
Front: Dottee Lace (Dottee) red & white female
Back: (L) Midnight Topaz (Top) and (R) Mr. Darcy (Dart)
Black & white female Black & white male
Visit our Border Collie website for more information about our border collies: http://quadkfarmbordercollies.webs.com/
OUR FIRST BORDER COLLIE LITTER ARRIVED ON 2/28/12
PLEASE VISIT http://quadkfarmbordercollies.webs.com/TO SEE WHAT PUPPIES ARE STILL AVAILABLE!!!!
He is a sweet horse! He is going to be a wonderful kid's horse since he loves children so much.
Elvis was started under saddle in Janurary 2011 as a 3 year old, and had 90 days of training.
He was bred by Lucky Hills Ranch.