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August 23, 2016

As of June 2013...Mom and I...with dad looking over us.  Joined the sport of herding.  In January 2014...we will have taken charge of handling our own dogs.  So looking back, what I have learned.  First it would have been cheaper to buy an open USBCHA dog and go trialing, then to buy puppies, a 20 acre farm that needed complete renovation and struggle through the first five years.  But as a very wise man told me...(Faansie).....

July 2, 2016

The dog that takes you to herding isn't always the one you will partner with.  That is a very hard statement.  Mercer found out she was really only a fair weather herder...she preferred frisbees.  Duke loved working cattle but not sheep.  So onward we progress looking to find a dog to partner with.  Mom started Sassy, I started KJ, but after a year we realized we needed to switch dogs.  KJ fit mom's style more than mine and S...

July 2, 2016

Five years ago, my dad and mom said "Maci...let's check out this competitive herding sport".  What they didn't say was oh yes, we have to drive 6 hours to get to the trainer and facility to actually check out field dog herding sanctioned by United States Border Collie Handlers Association.  Having grown up on a farm with cattle and agriculture, dogs were always a part of our world.  But the best control we had on them for sto...

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