Airedale Terrier: Largest terrier breed, versatile farm dogs with prey drive, great vermin catchers, and skilled land protectors. Can aid in herding.
Australian cattle dogs: hardy, loyal, intelligent, and territorial. Great for driving livestock, but socialization is key to managing guarding instincts.
Australian shepherds: U.S.-bred, smart, energetic herders. Affectionate yet shy with strangers. Need mental stimulation, exercise, and socialization.
Border collies: smartest and most skilled herding dogs with strong work ethic, loyalty, and excel in dog sports worldwide.
Pembroke Welsh corgi: Small herding breed from Wales, adored by Queen Elizabeth II. Smart, affectionate, and good family pets but may bark and nip.
Originate from Turkey, Anatolian Shepherds are powerful, intelligent, and fiercely protective livestock guardian dogs, ideal for farms.
Dutch shepherd: a versatile and easy-to-train breed often mistaken for German shepherds. Loyal, affectionate, and great companions.
Great Pyrenees: Family-friendly, cold climate guardian dogs from France & Spain. Calm, devoted, and excellent watchdogs for livestock.
German Shepherds: Intelligent, versatile, loyal working dogs with strong guarding and herding instincts. Requires positive training and socialization.
Jack Russell terriers: Ideal pest controllers for your farm! Hardy, brave, and playful vermin catchers. Train consistently due to their strong-willed nature.