Our Breeds

Being a breeder is not for everyone, it takes a thick skin and a constantly evolving program to keep up with the industry (no matter what breed and/or discipline). “Raise the best you can and the buyers will come looking for you.” What looked good the first year you owned an animal will probably not meet your standards after breeding them for 10, 20, 30 or 40 plus years. It is always better to be a knowledgeable breeder…

  1. Wisely choose a mentor
  2. Do as much as you can yourself, but know your limitations
  3. Realize that some things cannot be predicted and some things cannot be prevented
  4. Eliminate as much guesswork as possible but realize what is out of your control