Possum Hollow Farms

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Rutherfordton, NC 28139, United States
238-246 North Main Street Rutherfordton North Carolina 28139 US

 We raise working Anatolian Shepherd Dogs and Border Collies.  Located in western North Carolina, we have sheep, goats and cattle.  Our Anatolian Shepherds are guardian dogs against coyotes, bear, hawks, and bobcats.  Our Border Collies are working herding dogs.  We provide herding clinics and training for all herding breeds as well as guardian dog training for puppies no older than 3 months (all guardian breeds).

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785 Burnt Chimney Road, Campobello, SC, United States 15.69 mi

Welcome to our small South Carolina farm. We hope you will enjoy your visit with us. We specialize in ADMS Registered Miniature Donkeys, Scottish Highlanders, Pygmy Goats and AKC Registered Anatolian Shepherds. Additionally, we have some pigs, guineas, a variety of chickens and a milk cow…not to mention three spoiled cats and a couple of stray dogs that squatted our property and now call it home.

We established our small family farm in 2004 for our children to learn the value of work. We do not want to sell you anything that you will not be 100% happy with. Please let us know if you would like to make a deposit on anything listed for sale, and thank you for visiting our web site.

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Campobello, SC, United States 20.64 mi

We established our small family farm in 2004 for our children to learn the value of work. We do not want to sell you anything that you will not be 100% happy with.

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Spartanburg, SC 29303, USA 26.89 mi

Our Anatolian Shepherd Kennels are located in the Upstate of South Carolina, in Spartanburg County.  We are near Greenville, South Carolina as well as Landrum, South Carolina, and the Tryon, North Carolina area.

Our Anatolian Shepherds are show quality that also possess the talent and temperament that all livestock guardian dogs should have.  They live in the pasture with our sheep, goats and chickens.  We also however, bring them into our home occasionally for a visit as well as socialization with us.  Although some individuals believe that this is not good for their relationship with the livestock that they are intended to protect, we have found this position to be contrary. Rather, we have found that it is vital and very important to have this close, established personal relationship with the Anatolian Shepherd, as this will translate to your instructions to them while they are in the pasture with their protectorates.  This is not unlike the shepherd with his/her Anatolian Shepherd and their flocks of livestock in their native Turkey.

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Hendersonville, NC 28792, United States 28.63 mi

Our first livestock guardian dog joined the farm in 2001. A cross between an Anatolian Shepherd and a Great Pyrenees, “Annie’s” characteristics led us to dig deeper investigating the different purebred livestock guardian dog breeds. After much research and many farm visits we chose the Kangal Dog to guard our flocks. This breed excels in their ability to protect stock and their steady temperament makes them a good choice for any farm. We are very pleased with the characteristics and work ethic of the Kangal Dog.

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Iva, SC 29655, United States 83.67 mi

We are proud of our AKC registered Anatolian Shepherd livestock guardian dogs.”

Red Creek Farm offers pet boarding, herding, pet obedience, grooming, Border Collies, sheep, Brangus Cattle and eggs!

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1205 Gregg Shoals Rd, iva, sc 89.61 mi

At Red Creek Farm we have 7 adult Anatolian Shepherds that guard our Full Blooded Boer goats including our new born babies. They are the most loyal, gentle and protective dogs that I have ever had the privilege of living with.

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Gate City, VA, United States 94.35 mi

Our small family farm is located in beautiful Southwest Virginia.  With our Lord’s help, we are focusing on developing a self-sustaining polyculture.  We raise sheep, goats, chickens, and rabbits, as well as their guardians, Anatolian Shepherds and English Shepherds.

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