Whinny Farms:Stallion Station

Kandy & Katie Hall
Burns, Oregon 97720    EMAIL

 

Due to recent events whereas a buyer has claimed her puppy to not be genetically a "purebred" Border Collie, we feel it is necessary to inform ALL future buyers a brief glimpse into the history of the making of a Border Collie dog.
Recent EVENTS

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ABOUT BORDER COLLIES:

The Border Collie is a working and herding dog breed developed in the Anglo-Scottish border region for herding livestock, especially sheep.

Where the Border Collie originated from, or what breeds led to their creation, is unknown. What is known is that they came from crossing breeds of various types of sheepdogs originating from the Scottish Border region.

This "breed" entered the American Kennel Club’s Miscellaneous class in 1955. The breed standard was developed by the British Kennel Club in 1976. Border Collies were admitted to the American Kennel Club’s Herding Group and became eligible for full AKC registration in October of 1995.

In the formation of the Border Collie, QUALITY of working dogs has always been more important than "genetic purity." We don't have records of all the dogs that went into the formation of the modern Border Collie, but we can draw some conclusions from genetic traits that are still in the breed.
For example... Old English Sheepdog, Springer Spaniel (the crouch and coat color), Setter or Pointer (the eye), Greyhound or Whippet (speed & ear types), and Bearded Collie.

Point of interest: The Giant Schnauzer comes from crossing the Standard Schnauzer to Sheepdog & Great Dane - bred specifically for cattle drives!
Therefore - sharing a common ancestory with the Border Collie through the Sheepdog!

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The Border Collie breed was chosen for us as a working dog due to their specific ways of handling livestock, their quiet nature at work and their un-ending persistence to perform with every ounce of their being. I've learned in my studies that early breeders crossed Herding, Speed and Hunting dogs to acquire & refine certain performance traits.

In the history of the breed, the dogs that were chosen for the gene pool were dogs that performed in this manner, and had a superior level of intelligence for working livestock. Dogs that exhibited these traits consistently, were chosen to reproduce.

Years ago, when we chose which Registry we wanted to become a member of and support, we chose the Registry that promoted Working Stock Dogs vs show dogs. Our buyers made it clear to us that they sought dogs that were preserved for their working attributes rather than their appearance, and the only Registry to provide that for us was the American Border Collie Association, or ABCA. It is also the only Registry where a working dog can still be accepted for Registry based on it's working abilities, and you will see these dogs within the pedigrees of our stock.

They are - BRED TO PERFORM!

You will find in our old-style Border Collie breeding program, many traits of their not-so-distance ancestors!
Puppies will likely not all be carbon copies of each other. Expect a little variety in a reputable working stock dog program!

We are pleased to share our wonderful working stock dogs with you!

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Regarding ABCA's ROM Registration Eligibility
http://americanbordercollie.org/services/rom-program/

Purpose:

Dogs lacking the pedigree information normally required for registration may be able to enter the registry through the Register on Merit (ROM) program. This program was developed to permit genetically healthy dogs with outstanding working ability to enter the ABCA stud book when their ancestry is not fully known.

Applicant dogs must PERFORM to PROVE their ability...to be considered for Registration.

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Most of our Border Collies trace back to this performance sire...an outstanding NASD!
 
CR BUTCH (NASD #69771)
ROM
Border Collie Male - A USBCHA Champion & High Pt Cattle Dog of the Year!
 

Sire:

CR Jessy James
NASD #64265

Lad

(ISDS 185040)
(NASD) 64246
(ABCA) 34144
HD-OFA: Good

Moss (ISDS 166369)

Tweed (ISDS 140476)
Int Dr Ch -87, Eng Dr Ch -87/-91, Eng Br Ch -89/-91

Sal (ISDS 139356)
Tip (ISDS 155885) Bob (ISDS 119917)
Nell (ISDS 124436)

CR Rosie
(NASD 64215)

Duke (N/R Craig Owens) No information about this sire
No information about this dam
Babe (N/R) No information about this sire
No information about this dam

Dam:

Rudy
N/R Laurie Lybragry

TNT Buddy
N/R Jim Toten

No information about this sire No information about this sire
No information about this dam
No information about this dam No information about this sire
No information about this dam

Elisabeth
N/R

Pete (NASD 49040) Cork (NASD 49051)
Dee Dee (NASD 39293)
Pepper (N/R T&P Duffy) No information about this sire
No information about this dam
 
Our dogs representing CR Butch in their lines are:
 
SDR Randi  (ABCA #406379)
Red & White Border Collie Female

Sire:

BBC Chevy

ABC# 384585

Tip

ABC # 305385

CR Butch

NASD # 69771

CR Jessy James
NASD #64265

Rudy
N/R Laurie Lybragry

Miss Lady Red
ABC #130529

Rojo
ABC #40766
Belle
ABC #66381

Spice
ABC #300179

Daisy's Sam
ABC #240508

CR Rex
NASD #64269

Moon's Daisy
NASD #67912

Dottie Clyde
Bonnie

Dam:

Hills Fury

ABC# 373948

D/K's Rags

ABC 311563

MistyOaksKeper Jay
CQ's SkyDiamond
IndianOaksRose Rusty
LoneRider Mikki

JCC DEVA

ABC221090

HD Mickey HilandK Patch
H.D. Nan
Kelly Ned
Rio Run Viv
 
SDR Diesel (ABCA
Red & White Border Collie Male

Sire:

BBC Chevy

ABC# 384585

Tip

ABC # 305385

CR Butch

NASD # 69771

CR Jessy James
NASD #64265

Rudy
N/R Laurie Lybragry

Miss Lady Red
ABC #130529

Rojo
ABC #40766
Belle
ABC #66381

Spice
ABC #300179

Daisy's Sam
ABC #240508

CR Rex
NASD #64269

Moon's Daisy
NASD #67912

Dottie Clyde
Bonnie

Dam:

Hills Fury

ABC# 373948

D/K's Rags

ABC 311563

MistyOaksKeper Jay
CQ's SkyDiamond
IndianOaksRose Rusty
LoneRider Mikki

JCC DEVA

ABC221090

HD Mickey HilandK Patch
H.D. Nan
Kelly Ned
Rio Run Viv
 
As well as our other 2 daughters of BBC Chevy...Sam & Freckles!
 
References
Owners of 2 of Shastas December 9th 2013 Litter Reggie & Charlie                                                             

In December 2013 The Jacobs Homestead purchased two brown and white male Border Collie puppies from Whinny Farms. They have been growing into great working dogs and family friends. Not only do they have great herding instincts but are intelligent and take to commands easily. Our two pups are also wonderful, loving family animals that are great with our young children. Our experience has been amazing. We picked our pups out and Katie took pictures of them to send to us as they went from new borns to fat rolly polly balls of fun ready to come home with us. We felt connected from the very beginning. The best part of our experience has been the continued updates, feedback and friendship that we have maintained with Katie. We highly recommend Whinny Farms for all of your working dog needs!

Eli and Lynnsay Jacobs
The Jacobs Homestead Dairy
Madras, OR

 

Katie was very professional, passionate, and her communication was excellent. I have no doubt that the puppy I purchased from her will live up to my high expectations as a working dog and plan to consider another pup from her in the future. Would highly recommend her to anyone looking to purchase a working dog.

 

 

I'm thrilled with our gorgeous puppy Paige. She immediately took to our two year old son, and has such a sweet personality. Thank you Whinny Farms for working with us, we couldn't be happier!

Tracy in Washington

 

 

I recently bought a border collie puppy from Whinny Farms. I was so impressed with communication and experience I had with them. They were very prompt and very friendly when I emailed asking about a puppy. I recieved pictures and descriptions of the ones avaliable. They were headed to Nampa the next day and offered to bring me the puppy instead of having to drive out to their place. I got to meet the puppy's parents and ask any questions I had.

The puppy is great and I can tell she had been well taken care of. When picking her up I got a list of shots she had and ones she still needs. Whinny Farms did a great job raising and selling the puppies, I highly recommend talking to Whinny Farms for your next puppy.

Sincerely,
Lauren

 

  

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