The pheasant shoots will soon be coming to an end. We have really enjoyed taking the dogs down to Dorchester Preserve so they can get in additional training. Riley and Alder had a lot of fun, though it is the south and it’s starting to warm up. Spring is coming!
News just in from Alan. Today he and Kermit passed the first leg towards their Master Hunter Title. Alan has been working very hard with Kermit, whether it’s for hunting, hunt tests, pheasant shoots and hopefully cocker field trials down the road. Alan is a very committed dog owner who wants to train his own … More Kermit Passes First Leg For MH!!!
Dibbs and Mitch were in the woods the other day chasing quail. It’s hard to see any of the quail in the photos, but as you can see the boys had a great time running and chasing quail.
Rich and Sarah came down to GA for a visit with us, but most importantly to see their little gal Indie. Indie was very excited to see Mom & Dad. They loved seeing Indie, but they were even more excited to play with our new puppy Dixie, and as you can see Rich enjoyed spoiling … More Dixie & Rich
Alan and Kermit drove to Alabama the other day so they could work a pheasant shoot. I would say that Alan is hooked on the shoots. Photo is by Alan. Kermit had a great day today. No breaks. 20+ retrieves.
Sarah and I made this one evening while she and Rich were here visiting from Boston. We had so much fun making this together. Thanks Sarah for helping. The only thing different I did was soak the meat in Buttermilk for the day. Hands down the best Pheasant Pot Pie I have ever tasted. Pheasant … More Wonderful Pheasant Pot Pie
Betsey and Kevin from NY made their way down to our GA farm so they could get some training in before the HOF Springer Trial in TN. They were lucky to have some pleasant days here to work the dogs. It was great to see Riot work in the field as he was with us … More Betsey & Kevin Come To GA
It was a nice warm day in GA and the dogs were happy to get out and run around. You know, doing dog things. Here are a few photos.
We recently joined Facebook as a means to make us more accessible to those that wish to follow us. Unfortunately, Facebook has decided to no longer allow private citizens to legally sell firearms through their respective network. While we adamantly support Facebook’s freedom to take that position, we, ourselves, cannot agree with the position. As … More Leaving Facebook