Horses, Hunting Dogs, Figs, Flowers, and Vet care.
Coverland Farms was established in 2017. We raise, train, and occasionally breed Italian Spinone from the line of “Elena” AKC GCHB Brier Creek San Valentinos Elena Mab JH CGC, one of the Top 20 US Spinone of all time, a fantasic hunter for guided hunts, and an amiable companion and traveler. She has produced a certified therapy dog in her daughter “Mia”, and another daughter “Mellie” is currently participating in AKC shows.
In addition, we are the home of Briers Creek Felice Augustus JH CGC (“Ogie”), an accomplished hunter who was the primary hunter for guided hunts for over six years.
We have horses and pastures, and train our own horses, Arabians, for competition in NATRC for Region 5. We occasionally house horses of others in need of veterinary oversight, which lives on residence.
We produced local figs for organic farms, including a handful for the now defunct ‘Little Bit Farms’ two years ago.
And we are committed to our little 10 acres being a healthy habitat for pollenators, through flowers, bushes, and fields.
We have a small, mobile, private contract veterinary care service, primarily for equine distance events and dog breeders, provided by renowned Georgia veterinarian and former GVMA president, Dr. Keri Riddick. Don Riddick provides legal education to veterinarians and animal hospitals, including on our sister blog – http://www.bettervet.org.
What We Grow
We produce organic figs in brown bags seasonal, and as fresh and local as possible.
We have vegetables seasonably grown and tasty as can be!
We have some of the most savory squash in Georgia.
Our Spinoni in Numbers
Puppies in our last litter
Canine Good Citizens
show and hunting awards won
Guided Hunts for Quail, Chukkar, and Pheasant
Why You’ll Love our gardens and woods
We have sustainable pollinator gardens, where hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees glide in the air from flower to flower
- Earth Friendly
“No more golf dad… I’d rather hunt with dogs”
“It’s so peaceful and quiet”
“Perfect Pasture for our Horse”