A Lab Puppy from Our Father’s Farm is a friend you will cherish for years. Labrador Retrievers have an enduring reputation for gentle temperament, ease of handling and training, intelligence and loyalty. They are truly the perfect family pet!
We breed for quality in health and not quantity of puppies. Read about how we raise our dogs.
“Daisy May” is expecting a litter!
Litter Due Date: We are expecting this beautiful liter around March 3rd.
Pick-up is 8 weeks after birth, around April 28th. Email us or check back here for the exact dates.
Price and Deposit: The price for each puppy is $959. A $200 deposit is required in order to secure your puppy! Once the deposit is received along with your application, you are placed on our list and will be the first to know when the puppies are born. When their eyes are opened we will number them and post pictures for you to select your puppy if you aren’t able to come to the farm. The deposit is non-refundable unless we don’t have enough puppies to meet your request.
All these puppies will have CKC registration. The puppies will have nice even temperament’s and there parents have beautiful glossy coats. Expect these puppies to reach mature size around the 60-75 lb. range.
WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE YOU TO PLACE A DEPOSIT TO SECURE YOUR PUPPY!
About the Parents:
Daisy May. Click here to read about her!
CEDAR HILL’S ROCK’N STORMY MH (BASSIL)
Bassil of Cedar Hill Retrievers.
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Dogs:
WHAT DO THEY EAT?
The answer to this question makes our puppies among the best and healthiest you can find. Our puppies are able to nurse their mother until you adopt them. When other foods are introduced we feed them our very own “beyond organic” products from our own farm. These include: RAW cow’s milk from grass fed cows, raw non GMO, non soy chicken and grass fed beef. If necessary they are fed a dry grain free food.
WHERE DO THEY LIVE?
They live in a large pen with a large dog shed connected to it, we let them out to play with us either a few at a time or all every day. As they grow older they spend time with the other animals and are able to run around the farm.
HOW LONG ARE THEY WITH THEIR MOTHER?
They live with their mother the full 8 weeks (some choose to get their pups at 6 weeks). Mamma usually begins weaning them starting at 6 weeks. They drink less and less from her as they get older and are usually fully weaned between 7 and 8 weeks.
DO THEY SEE THE VET?
Yes, they go to the vet for their Puppy wellness check up. They are also given their first round of Shots and wormed . Our vet (in Chatham, VA) raves about the wonderful health, beautiful teeth, and good temperaments of our litters. We attribute this to the wonderful diet of mother and babies, and the healthy, active lifestyle they enjoy.
HOW ARE THEY SOCIALIZED?
We have a large family with babies all the way up to our 89 year old grandmother. The puppies are very well socialized with people, cats, other dogs (we also have livestock guardian dogs), and other farm animals. The puppies live with each other and often socialize and play with the children and our other animals on the farm such as, cats, cows, chickens other dogs and more! Also our family of 9 children from ages 20-2 are often with them playing!
WILL I HAVE TROUBLE WITH THE PUPPY BEING LONELY WHEN WE GET IT?
It is common for all puppies to be a little lonely at first. They may whine when they are alone at night but this will soon change as they get used to you and your schedule.
All the puppies will either have CKC (Daisy) or ACK (Rosy) registration depending on the mother. The puppies will have nice even temperament’s and there parents have beautiful glossy coats. Expect these puppies to reach mature size around the 60-75 lb. range.
Come visit the puppies by appointment just call or email us!
We strongly encourage you to place a deposit to secure your puppy!
An evening at our house…
It started just as dinner was finishing and dishes being cleared, Dad and Mom said that a neighbor had called and asked for us to come by and pick some corn in their patch. So after dishes were done and buckets gathered we went outside to load up.
But then a problem struck us. Sam had the van for work and we had our whole family (11 Fuhrmanns) and our cousins (3 of them) so we decided to get Josh’s truck and our car. It took some creativity and extra time, but soon everyone was crammed into the cab, car and the back of the pick up. When we arrived at the neighbors house we all climbed out and said hello and than guess what he said “Alrighty you guys just follow me the corn’s about a mile away” WHAT? We laughed and said “OK lets all see how fast we can load back up”
Now that’s a challenge! 14 people climbing and scrambling into 2 vehicles was definitely a sight but we did it and arrived safely at the corn patch. We all hopped out grabbed a bucket and started picking… several minutes later and lots of buckets full of corn later me and Sheila (my “corn picking buddy”) started walking back through the patch to the truck. Danny and Van Louis (our cousin) dashed by in a full fledged game of hide and seek and than we came upon John settled in the dirt murdering “bad beetles” with rocks 🙂
Soon we had all the corn (and children) loaded and headed home hot and laughing. Oh and by the way the night was finished off with volleyball and soccer :-). Things are always way more fun when the whole family works together! Spending the precious time we have been given with each other is a wonderful thing.
Some picture from recently:
We made a new website for Our puppies! Be sure to check it out and tell us what you think!!!
(click on the name above to go to the site) Or search ourfathersfarmpuppies.wordpress.com
Its still being fixed up but the basics our out:)
Herding the turkeys to there new pen was an interesting challenge:)
John David in his Chicken suit:)
Setting everything up.
Above is the group that processed all the turkeys the Friday before thanksgiving, thank you to all the wonderful friends who came out and helped so much on this fun day! 🙂
Thanks to our wonderful team with the Wingers, Richardsons and Specks on Saturday every thing went beautifully!
Weighing each turkey and bagging them per customer.
Everyone enjoyed the bake sale.
Praise God we all had a wonderful day full of fun fellowship and sales! We couldn’t do this with out you! Thank you for your prayers, friendship and support!
On this Thanksgiving we, the team at Our Father’s Farm, thank God for…
~Thank you for supporting your local family farm!
The Fuhrmann Family
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
Chicken Sale Coupon.
Buy $90 and get 10% off!
coupon code: fallsale
coupon valid threw: 10/15
Weight varies between: 3-8 lbs
$4.75 per lb
($7.47 per 1/2lb)
($7.47 per 1/2lb)
$4.95 per lb
Below are other products available:
Our Beef sells out quickly. Order yours soon!
– New York Strip
– Tenderloins and fillets
– Eye of round
– London Broil
Pure Grass Fed
Raw grass fed milk is a super food.
Raw Milk Herd shares and products available!