Thanksgiving market, turkey pickup day and more!

Our Father’s Farm

Fresh from our farm to your fork


On Farm Turkey Pick up day! November, 21st, 2015.

We are now SOLD OUT for this year.


The cows grazing as the sun sets.

Happy turkeys on pasture.

Fresh baked goods to create your holiday table

The Saturday before Thanksgiving:


We are having a fall fun day here on the farm when you come pick up your turkey! Bring family and friends to see the farm animals and shop our store and bake sale!

November 21st 2015!

Read about last years pick up day!

Last Chicken of the year!

We recommend stocking up now.

Along with the bake sale, beef, and other products in our store we are hoping to have chicken for Turkey Pick up and fun fall day!


Come on out! Bring friends and family

Thanksgiving Market Saturday the 21st!

Forest Farmers Market

Come see us at the market this saturday! We will be there with a stock of chicken, turkeys for pick up PRE-ORDER only, several steaks, and fresh baked goods! Create your holiday table with pies, cookies, breads and more!

In door market address:1088 Rustic Village Road

  The market will be open from 8:00am-12:00. Come stock your pantry!

For those who are picking up a turkey please come by 11:30.

Customer Review:

“Want to tell you all about how wonderful our turkey was! Thank you so much for a moist, tender and flavorful turkey that we all loved and ate sooooo very much of.!!!!!
We enjoyed the beautiful fall day last week and the drive out to pick up the bird and to see your lovely farm in its awesome location.”

~ Satisfied Customer

Farm Girl Note:



Farming life is so exciting it rarely slows down, but winter is approaching soon where we hope for a little more quiet. This Friday, with several friends, we will be processing our last batch of birds: the Turkeys! Then Saturday we will have a pickup day here on the farm. Turkey pickup day is always a fun day seeing lots of friends and customers along with selling our turkeys.


A few days ago two of our boys who usually do the evening turkey chores were out hunting (tis the season), my sister and I headed up to the turkeys. As we drove around the corner of trees we saw that all the turkeys had escaped their fencing and were roaming the whole top of the field and tree line! The sun was sinking

quickly behind them. We had been expecting a quick stop. “I don’t believe it!” laments my sister as we pulled to a stop. Both of us surrounded the flock, opened a part in the fence, and shooed the majority of them inside but there were still about 10 reluctant ones hanging around the outer edge of the fence. As we both turned to get them, the turkeys in the pen began sneaking out! I jumped back to the opening. While Sheila gathered up the last few turkeys I did my best to keep the flock of huge

turkeys in. Over all, after the fence was pinned closed and all the fence stakes stomped in a few more times for extra security, we fed the turkeys and headed to our next task, happy that it would only be about 1 week more of tending to the turkey flock… I’ll share about processing day later though;-).


Give thanks both in the good times and bad! Since Thanksgiving is so close I will say that I am thankful for all of our customer and friend support! Without the Lord and you all this farming venture would be impossible! So thank you for supporting our farm and family. What are you thankful for today?


100% A2A2 Herd: New Pricing and Payment Options

Our Father’s Farm Announcing:

100% A2A2 Herd

New Pricing and Payment Options

Effective: 1 January 2016

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Raw Milk Super-Food just got even MORE Super 🙂

We are happy to announce that our herd of dairy cattle is now 100% A2A2.  It has been almost 2 years since we discovered the health benefits of A2A2 milk. We began to aggressively test and move our herd toward being 100% A2A2.  Our herd is also 100% grass and greens-fed.  The cows eat only what they find in our pastures and some alfalfa(non-GMO) when they come in for milking, as well as some hay in winter.  We are committed to providing you with the best quality most nutrient dense milk possible.

For the first time in 7 years we are restructuring our herd share, boarding, and labor pricing. For most of you there will be little or no change. For others, there will be a slight change.  

Delivery Fee for all drop sites:

$10 per customer per month.

(Not per Share, but per customer.)

Monthly Boarding Fees

1/2 share  $20

1 share  $40

Each additional share $40

Plastic jugs are $2.50 per share per month.

The one-time initial purchase of a herd share is $50 for half share and $100 for a full share.

Yogurt & Kefir 1qt. Labor $5; 

1pt Cream labor $5;  

1/2lb Butter labor $12; 

1/2lb X-factor Spring Butter $16

Seasonal Milk Option:

For those butter lovers, and those that appreciate the nutrient dense milk that comes from grass fed cows eating growing grasses.  We are now offering a seasonal option.  You will receive your share of milk March – December, then for the three months that the cows are naturally not giving milk because they are awaiting a calf, and when milk production is low because we are feeding hay or dry grass, you will receive a share of butter that was made from spring grass each week instead of your milk.  So for three months of winter you get to enjoy spring (X-Factor) butter.  We hope to offer Cheese as an option in the future.


Cleaning Jars: We are dealing with space problems at some of the drop sites.  Please do your best to try and pick up your milk within a day of it being delivered. Also, be very careful to clean and dry jars before dropping off.
If you forget to return your jars, we will have to send the next week’s milk in plastic jugs and charge you $ .75 per jug.

Payments: Starting in January you will receive a monthly invoice statement and will have the option of paying using a credit card or paypal through our website or by calling (There is an additional processing fee).  We still prefer checks or cash 🙂 Many people set up automatic bill pay from their bank.

Thank you so much for choosing us, and for trusting us with this important job of taking care of your cows and providing you and your family with nutrient dense deliciousness.

The whole Fuhrmann family/team at Our Father’s Farm


Our Father’s Farm Annual Open House 2015!


Date: April 25th 2015

Time: 10:00AM to 3:00PM

Tour Times: First tour, 11:00 Second tour, 2:00

Where: Our Father’s Farm 

2664 Deer View Road Gretna, VA 24557

Rain Date: May 2nd 2014

Directions! Click Here.

There is an Our Father’s Farm sign at the top of our driveway also there will be a sign that says Open House. If you need any help please call, 434-656-1188.

Come out and see the farm! See how it works, see the animals enjoy a bit of country time with your whole family and friends! Be here for a farm tour! To view the whole farm life! Hold little baby chicks, pet cows and feel the coarse mane of a horse, collect fresh eggs straight from the chicken house, snuggle fluffy 8-week-old puppies and more!

Learn more about Our Father’s Farm and enjoy what great things the LORD has done for us! 

Come and a have a great day in the country on a farm!

What is there to do? 


See touch and learn about the FARM and ANIMALS!

There will be 2 farm tours in the day

The first tour will be held at 11:00 and the second will be held at 2:00.

You will see and learn about: 

The milk cows, calves, chicks, broiler chickens, laying hens, the horse, dogs and maybe puppies, cats and kittens!

Bonus! There will be a milking demonstration and milk samples.

What kind of animals can we see?

There will be cows and calves! Laying hens, broiler (meat) chickens, chicks, our chocolate lab puppy 2 big great Pyrenees Dogs and great Pyrenees puppies, Cats and maybe kittens! A horse, a donkey and more!


A bed for the night, Breakfast Lunch and dinner if you choose to stay!

If your name is drawn you and one other person can come to Our Father’s Farm! Spend a comfortable night in the farm house wake up in the morning with the cocks crow come out and milk cows, feed chickens, collect eggs, herd cows, tend to chicks, and more! Than enjoy a hearty farmer’s breakfast.

Enjoying the rest of your day how ever you like sitting by the still pond enjoying the scenery, or giving a hand with what ever is going on, if you would like you can work in the house baking fresh bread making pies and more! 

Come and enjoy a farm life just for 24 hours!. It will be the best time you have had in a long time.

More about the drawing!

Come to our open house and put your name in the drawing by:

Buying $15 of products in our store, we will offer you to put your name, phone number and address on a paper in the drawing basket! The name will be drawn at 4:00pm assuring that everyone you wanted to join the drawing have had a fair chance to do so. The name which is draw will be contacted. And we will plan dates for the day!

Late spring, Summer, or early fall are the best times of year!


Bring a picnic and hang out on the farm!

There will be picnicking areas and we will be selling baked goods and some snack bars, candies, and cheese. 

Will the store be open and what will I be able to buy?

Yes the store will be open to all who come! There will be fresh whole chickens, and chicken parts, leg thigh packs, tender loins, breast, and wings, There will be ground beef, steaks, roasts, stew meat and bones, Eggs, and all the other things will sale in the store (a small health food store type). Also there might be baked goods! Such as whole wheat bread, cakes and cookies.

How do I contact you if I have questions?

Email or call us!

Tel: (434)-656-1188


January Update

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Outside during the winter it is quiet and still down here on the farm.  Everyone does their best to stay warm:) But inside it is quite a different thing! Everyone is bustling around with their daily duties and lessons.  We just started up music lessons again and are all thoroughly enjoying it! The house is now filled with music almost all the time with six children practicing! Winter is a wonderful time for us to do lots of book work! For the spring summer and fall months are always full of fun hard work learning lots outside and tending our flocks and herds:) Living on a farm has its ups and downs but at the end of the day, when you fall into you bed, you really feel like your day was profitable and you are always learning new lessons that will help all your life! Wherever you are and whatever you do there are always ups and downs in life. But the most important thing is to not worry and trust in the LORD!  Take each moment and cherish it!  Time flies and before you know it you will be in a different place.  Let’s live without regrets and  treasure the most important things:  God and People.  So be happy now and share the LOVE of  Christ to all!



Our girls:  Got RAW milk?!we’re expecting some new calves sometime soon!  We’ll keep you posted if more shares become available once they freshen.  For now:


What would you like with your milk?

Yogurt: $4.00

Kefer: $4.00


The above products are only available to herd share customers.

{Working together!} 

Chicken available: A nutritous health-giving choice!


We have chicken available! Whole and parts!  Make sure to order yours before we sell out… we won’t have fresh chickens for another 10 weeks.  Try a whole roasted chicken and don’t forget to make and enjoy the delicious bone broth once you finish!


Little John David loves helping outside with his older siblings!  One of his first words was “Eggs” because egg yolks were his first solid food!  He loves to go out and collect his own snacks 🙂



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View products online

We can bring our products to you!

Lynchburg, Roanoke and Westlake or come shop at the

Farm Store on our farm!

ORDER today for delivery!

Products available listed below:

Beef: Roasts, Steaks and grass finished beef

Chicken: Whole chicken and limited amounts of Breasts, tenders, legs thighs, and wings


Ordering your food now is important because this plentiful stock will not last for ever:)

Thank you for supporting us!

-Our Father’s Farm and the Fuhrmann Family team.

Address 2664 Deer View Road

Gretna, VA 24557

Phone: 434-656-1188

Cell: 757-630-9822


Happy New year!

Our Father’s Farm 

From our farm to your fork!


New Year 2015

Our Father’s Farm and the Fuhrmann Family wish you a Happy New Year!

We are stocked with beef!

The beef that we are stocked with is not pure grass fed which means that they have had some feed in there life.


We strive to raise our beef humanly and natruelly the way God intends them to be raised. In the picture on the left Josh is moving the cows to fresh grass.

Not only delicious but medicinal!

This is a busy season full of colds, flus and more! People everywhere are coming down with different things… have you?…

 Stay healthy through flu season! 


Pasture raised chicken is one of the best ways to stay healthy this season! 


Be sure to order some chicken and after you have enjoyed it your favorite way be sure to keep the bones!


Put all the bones (after you have taken all the meat off) in a pot and cover the bones with water, then add a little salt and that is it!

If you would like you can add other things like, a little wine, an onion, some chicken feet, clean good egg shells etc. After atleat 45 minutes your broth is ready! You can just drink this flavorful delicious broth or make it into soups sauces and casseroles!

Make your new years order!


                                       Order beef!

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Holiday Season Update!

Our Father’s Farm

-From our farm to your fork!

December 2014



Holiday Season!


Chicken Available

Are you having family over for the Holidays? Roasting a chicken is a great idea! Or you can just stock up on chicken for the season.

Whole chickens and chicken parts available click here to view.

Order chicken


 What do you need this week? We’ll bring it to you.


Christmas Turkey?  We have a few large frozen Turkeys.

Lynchburg Delivery Friday

Roanoke Delivery    Tuesday

Westlake Delivery   Tuesday

Or, on the Farm pick up Wednesday and Saturday!


Did you make an Our Father’s farm turkey? If you did we would love to hear how it tasted and what you thought!

Click here to share your review.


Previous entries:

“Hello, just wanted to let you know that my brined Thanksgiving turkey was delicious! Out of 3 turkeys we served (the other 2 were only breasts)

 Mine was hands down the best!!! So tanks for your brine recipe and for raising such a delicious bird!”

-Satisfied Customer 2014

“We tried your turkey brine recipe on the turkey we cooked for thanksgiving and it was fantastic! It was the best tasting and moist turkey that I had ever cooked! So, hats off to you and thank you for the wonderful recipe that made the turkey very tasty!”

-Satisfied Customer 2014





Farm Girl Note:

I love the Christmas season! But it is so polluted with loud music, Santa and candy. What’s the real reason for Christmas?

There are many traditions Americans use to celebrate Christmas such as,

Giving Gifts

Eating special foods

Decorating with lights, greenery and red berries or ribbon…

Writing wish lists for Santa etc.

But what is the main reason? What is the true meaning of Christmas!

It’s celebrating Christ coming! Joy to the world Jesus is born!

It is Joy! This is the most exciting thing ever! Because the Lord was born and lived and died we can now have everlasting life! Jesus came and died for our sin! He died for me and you!

Joy! To the world!  Merry Christmas!


News Flash:

Beef is coming soon!

Within a few weeks we will have lots of beef! Keep your eye out for the beef update!

Would you like to sign up

for a 45 lb share? Click here.

Pre Order beef

Learn more about our beef and pricing

click here.

Fall Chicken Sale!

Fall Chicken Sale!

Stock up on fresh chicken.

We’re running a great sale so that you can stock up on yummy pasture raised, NON GMO and NON SOY chicken! Don’t miss your chance.    We’re also winding down in chicken production so plan how much you will need to tide you over until spring chickens 🙂 We will be processing other chickens later this month that have been raised on a non GMO feed with soy for those of you that want to wait.

Come shop at the farm! Or place an order to be picked up at one of our drop sites:

Our Farm Store open Wednesday and Saturday

Westlake (Tuesday)

Roanoke (Tuesday)

Lynchburg (Friday)

Chicken Sale Coupon.

Buy $90 and get 10% off!

coupon code: fallsale

coupon valid threw: 10/15


Whole Chicken

Weight varies between: 3-8 lbs

$4.75 per lb

Chicken Breasts

($7.47 per 1/2lb)

Chicken Tenders

($7.47 per 1/2lb)


$4.95 per lb


Below are other products available:

Our Beef sells out  quickly. Order yours soon!

Roasts and Steaks!

– Rib-eye

– Sirloin

– New York Strip

– Tenderloins and fillets

-Chuck Roast

– Eye of round

– London Broil

and more

 Ground Beef

Pure Grass Fed

$7.25 /LB



Raw grass fed milk is a super food.

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Raw Milk Herd shares and products available!

Products Available

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Eat Fresh

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We have natural, pasture raised, NON GMO and Non SOY,


Chicken  Available

Attention:We have delicious chicken ready for you to eat!

Stock up on some delicious healthy chicken!  Our chickens are super healthy and get to run around in green pasture enjoying, lots of sun, yummy (for them) grass and bugs, and getting plenty of light and clean fresh space!

Whole Chickens
Price per lb $4.95

Price is around


Price is around


Price is around


Pasture raised, Non GMO, Delicious Thanksgiving Turkeys!

Turkey Reservations

Raw grass fed milk is a super food.

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Raw Milk
Herd shares and products available!

Farm Girl Note:


Boy! Down here on Our Father’s Farm we have been so busy! The mornings are always full of chores inside and out which include milking all 23 of our wonderful cows, cleaning everything up and putting up the milk.  We quickly get to the rest of the chores–tending the flock of about 200 laying hens, tending to four different flocks of chickens and turkeys and feeding milk to eight cute calves! Then, the rest of the days are full of whatever needs to be done–making butter, moving cows etc. This is a very, very busy time here on the farm but we are all enjoying it!  And we all hope that you are enjoying the fruits of our labor.


~Hope Fuhrmann

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Home: 434-656-1188
Cell: 757-630-9822


Healthy Eating Healthy Living Seminar this Saturday 10/11  contact us for details!

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Herd Shares Available!

Our Father’s Farm

September 2014

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We have Raw milk herd shares and dairy products for herd share customers available Now!  Raw grass fed milk is a super food.

check out this link to read about some of the many benefits that come to us when we drink raw milk.

Buy into the Herd for a one-time purchase fee of $50. 1 Herd Share provides 1 Gallon of raw milk per week.


Every month you will pay a boarding fee of $35 (for 1 gallon) which covers the cost of taking care of your cows.

There is a contract to sign. See the 10 most commonly asked questions for purchasing a herd share

If you are a herd share customer then you may also order the following:

-Yogurt 1 quart $4.00 ORDER!

-Kefir 1 quart $4.00 ORDER!

-Butter Half Pound $8.00 ORDER!

Order for Delivery at one of our Drop sites!

Lynchburg Every Friday

Westlake Every Tuesday 

Roanoke Every Tuesday

Or come and visit our store: All day Wednesday and Saturday.

These products may not always be available we do have them now and can provide them first come first served.

What is so Different about Our Father’s Farm Dairy herd?

– Our Cows are raised on fresh pasture.

– The heifer calves nurse on their mothers for 10 months! This allows for good immune system, full rumen development, and fat cells to be fully developed and filled for life. These little calves are the dairy cows of the future so we take very good care of them and make sure they’re raised as naturally and sweetly as possible.

– The cows are only fed grass (99% of diet), Organic alfalfa pellets and very occasionally organic dairy ration!

– Most of our cows are A2A2, our goal is to be 100% A2A2. You can get A2A2 milk for an extra $5 management/testing fee.

    We continue striving to raise and offer the highest quality healthy products for our customers. We offer only what we would give to our own children!  And that’s a very high standard :-).




Our Father’s Farm has turkeys available for reservations! Be sure not to miss a great turkey for this year’s Thanksgiving! 


CLICK HERE to learn more!

Farm Girl Note:

My favorite season for cows is the late spring summer and early fall.  Because we always have new little calves being born! So often you go out in the field to tend the herd and you meet a new little addition to the farm! I really enjoy being able to watch these happy beautiful calves frisk about and live their little simple lives. 

I remember the very first calf that was born on our farm. We were so excited! As soon as we heard the news all of us ran out into the cold snowy evening to see the first little Calf of Our Father’s Farm! We were so thrilled to see how the Lord had blessed us with our first little calf!


Our First little calf , We named  Him G. B. (for ground beef.)

Contact us!


Phone: 434-656-1188

Address: 2664 Deer View Rd Gretna, VA 24557

Our Website:

Our Facebook Page: click here! ourfathersfarmfacebook



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Its Grilling season! Order your fresh Poultry NOW!


If you have a large family or would just like to stock up on Fresh Beyond organic, fed Non GMO/ No-Soy feed, pasture raised poultry, then this is the time to take advantage of our Sale.


SALE! Purchase an Order of Chicken $80 or more and get 10% off your entire order!


Use our coupon code  10%chickensale

Expires  7/5/14


You may Order at the Farm store or order for delivery to either one of our sites.

Lynchburg (every Friday) Roanoke (every Tuesday)

Our Store is open Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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Price: $4.10 per pound.

whole chickens weigh between 4-6 pounds.

Order your Chicken today!



For our favorite yummy recipes click here! kims recipes on our website


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Breasts: Price $13.00 per pound.

The prices is for one pack of 2 breasts is usually between

$9.00 and $14.00.



IMG_5760 (Small) Leg Thighs and Wings: 


Leg Thighs: Price $4.95 per pound.

The price is usually in between $6.00 and $10.00.



Wings: Price $4.50 per pound. The price is usually in between $2.00 and $3.00.      ORDER! 


IMG_5763 (Small) Tenderloins: 


Tenders: Price $13.00 per pound.

The price for 1 pack of tenders is usually between $6.00 and $8.00. 





Contact us!

Phone: 434-656-1188 or 757-630-9822


Website: Our Father’s Farm


Fresh Chicken!


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From Our Farm to Your Fork!



We processed almost 200 chickens yesterday.

Now we have fresh chicken in stock. 

Whole chickens $4.10/lb

Breast pack $13.00/lb

Tender Loins $13.00/lb

Leg Thigh Pack $4.95/lb

Wings $4.50/lb

These Chickens are raised on fresh luscious grass pasture and were fed Non GMO all natural chicken feed from sunrise farms. 

Our Father’s Farm animals are raised naturally, on lush grass pasture ensuring the healthiest, best tasting food around.  We subscribe to natural old time farming techniques that cultures have used for generations around the world.  We don’t use hormones, animal by-products, synthetic chemicals, or antibiotics.

“Imitate nature and trust the Lord”


To order any of the products reply to this email listing which products you would liked delivered with your milk

Tel: (434)-656-1188


Our Father’s Farm and the Fuhrmann Family

2664 Deer View Rd. Gretna, VA 24557



Spring is in the air!

Hope and Dasiy

Hope and Daisy May.


by A.A. Milne

She wore her yellow sun-bonnet,
She wore her greenest gown;
She turned to the south wind
And curtsied up and down.
She turned to the sunlight
And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbour:
“Winter is dead.”

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Above: Timmy and Dad’s brother, Uncle Alain getting ready to move the chickens.

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Above: John David enjoys standing in the feed can and giving tiny handfuls of alfalfa to the sweet cows.   They love him!

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Above: Pretty Daisy!

I have been blessed

song: author unknown.

“When He moves among us, all that he dos, all of his goodness, and all of his love;

if the pen of the writer could write every day, even this world could never contain how I have been blessed.

The warmth in the winter the flowers  of spring, the laughter in summer; and the changing of leaves, oh I have been blessed!…”

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Above:  Clover,  one of the  sweet healthy heifers.

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Above: Kefir and Honey, two of our wonderful cows


Above: Timmy enjoying the water!

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Spring is in the air!

by Sheila Fuhrmann

It’s what chases off the cold,

It’s the season of new birth;

It makes the colors bold,

And brings life from dismal earth.

All earth is full of light,

And grows without a care;

Life  sing with all your might,

For… spring is in the air!

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 May our God richly bless you all as you enter this beautiful season!

wishing you a…


With love from the team at ‘Our Father’s Farm’ 

Jack & Kim









and John David

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Great Pyrenees Puppies!

Our Father’s Farm

Great Pyrenees Live Stock Guarding Dogs


We have 10 Great Pyrenees puppies 8 males and 2 females

Born: March, 10th 2014

Price:  $350

The dogs are raised on our farm with chickens, cows, cats, other dogs, and our family.  They are being raised on a very healthy, mostly raw diet during the weaning process.

They will be ready for pick up at 8 weeks. May 4th, 2014.

To reserve a puppy, a $50 deposit is required

If you have any questions please call or email us

Tel: 434-656-1188  Email:

The great pyrenees puppies are so cute and sweet! They were only born a week ago!

These are great live stock guarding dogs! Our chickens can prove to it!

Before we had Great Pyrenees dogs we were losing so many chickens to predators such as raccoon, opossums, foxes and the worst of all Owls and hawks! The owls & hawks were worst because it is illegal to kill or hunt them!

When we got our first live stock guardian dogs named Bear and Bella. These big dogs simply have to let out a BIG bark to scare away most animals. And even better, these dogs love what they do! But you have to be careful to make sure from when they are puppies to keep them working with your animals so that they can create the great bond that is necessary!



Pictured above: Bella! We got Bella as a little 8 week old puppy!


Pictured above: Bella Now!


Pictured above: We got bear when he was 2 years old. He is a great guard!

Now here are some pictures from Bella and Bear’s 2013 Litter.


Pictured above: Bear and Bella are so sweet!  Bella is the best great Pyrenees mother!


Above: The puppies at about 3 weeks. Their eyes are just opening!


 Snoozing! 🙂


The first year of a puppy’s life is full of eating sleeping and growing! These great Pyrenees grow so much in the first 8 weeks we have them.


Above: Hope Holding two of the great Pyrenees. They are so adorable and fluffy!


 The puppies at about 6 weeks.


Above: Sweet little things!


Above: Peace keeping all her ducks or puppies in a row 🙂



Above: When the puppies got older we would take a few at a time and bring them in with the little chicks we were raising at the time. Teaching them to not chase or bite them. They had a good time.

Posted by: Hope Fuhrmann


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May: Save the Date!

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Our Father’s Farm Open house and Field day!!!  Hope to see you there!

Our Father’s Farm 

Annual Open House/Field Day!


An amazing day full of fun and learning!

About the day!


Date: Saturday May 3rd 2014

Rain Date: Saturday May 10th 2014

Where: At Our Father’s Farm

2664 Deer view Road Gretna, VA 24557

Time: 10 AM – 3 PM

Tour times: -Tour 11:00 AM, Tour 2 PM

And a special time of creating special memories with the whole family!

 More details to follow.

Contact us at:

Tel: (434)-656-1188


Our Father’s Farm and the Fuhrmann Family

2664 Deer View Rd. Gretna, VA 24557