Livestock guard dogs
New litter born April 8, 2014
Look close. One of these babies is not a goat
Komondors are the best protection for livestock known to man. Our Kom's are NOT kennel raise, they are born right in the barn and live and grow up with our goats, in order to make the finest possible livestock guard dogs. They are not overly socialized with humans so they will bond better with the livestock. They are not pampered or coddled in any way. They grow up to be strong and healthy and hardy under normal farm conditions so they can do the job they have been bred for a thousand years to do. My Koms have driven off everything from mountain lions and wolves to two legged would be chevon eaters.
Please note. Our koms are only sold to working farm homes. We DO NOT sell them as pets.
Valentines Day, Feb 14, 2011
I love my Koms! Today we moved the goats to fresh pasture on our property next door. We just drove the goats across the
back yard and threw the gate behind the house. The Koms stayed behind at the barn. I wasn't too concerned, figured they'd find their way to the goats in their own good time. Just a short time later, I started hearing barking coming from the general vicinity of where we had moved the goats to. I got paranoid, figuring that my neighbors dogs had already managed to find my goats without protection and were on the attack. I should not of worried. One of the females had already found her way to the goats and was in with them telling the world she was on duty. I sure was proud of her. By dark the rest of the dogs had joined her, and once again, I could rest easy, knowing the goats were in good paws!
April 18, 2011
The goats are home now and kidding season is well underway. My male, Bilbo is hard at work now making sure all the new kids are safe and sound. Here he is, watching over the 2 newest additions to his herd. The kids are barely an hour old, and are attempting to get their first meal. The dogs preside over each birth, making sure the kids get licked off clean and no mess is left over to attract predators.
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