An Impressive Entry for Their First Test of the Year

Chapel Farm sponsored Galloway Gundogs held their first test of the year combined with their AGM on the 3rd March at Whiteside courtesy of Lawrence and Penny McNaught.
There were six different classes for spaniels and retrievers from Puppy to Open standard and overall a fantastic sixty dogs and their handlers took part.
Pictured are the winners of the six classes with their prizes of Chapel Farm dog food.
Their next test takes place on the 28th of April at Auchenbrack, for more info visit
Our thanks to Cammy Watt of Galloway Gundogs for the update and photo.

A Fantastic Day Out at Crufts

Thanks to Yorkshire based Chapel Farm stockist Phil Dyson on his report from Crufts featuring Chapel Farm sponsored junior handler Tallulah with Willow and her young sister Amelia who competed with Fern. They came home with an excellent 2 awards each.
In The BASC Gamekeepers class for Labrador bitches Amelia and Fern were awarded a highly commended 5th place out of 43, competing against 41 adults.
Tallulah and Willow were 3rd in the junior handler class with Amelia and Fern once again a highly commended 5th.
The final award, a 3rd place for Tallulah and Willow came in the class for Labrador bitches who had gained a Field Trial award.
A fantastic experience for both girls, very well done from all at Chapel Farm.

Excellent Testimonial from Breeders and Trainers Achouffe Gundogs

Our sincere thanks to Julie and Mark of Achouffe Gundogs for the following feedback and photo received this morning.

“Although we have fed our dogs Chapel Farm Premium dog food for quite a number of years now, three year old Rio, Achouffe Provocateur, was from our first Slovakian Rough Haired Pointer litter to be exclusively raised on your food from the, at the time, newly available Puppy/Junior range right through to Original 20 in the close season.
She was Top Import Registered Puppy all Import and Rare Breeds in 2016 and Top SRHP 2016.
Rio has been out during the 2018/19 shooting season working on two Premier Shoots in Lincolnshire with impressive success. We are often told how our dogs always look in peak condition and work happily and tirelessly.
We are convinced that power and strength comes from what is fed, and that Chapel Farm is more than premium, as the results speak for themselves.”

As well as working with dogs Julie and Mark also find time to write for a Free Online HPR Magazine which is well worth a look. Find it here

Hello to Our New Stockist for Cheshire

A welcome to new Chapel Farm Stockists, Dawn & Andy of “Lark Rise Day Care & Home Boarding” based in Oakmere on the main link road between Chester & Northwich.
The business started in Nov 2018 and provides Day Care & Home Boarding in a homely environment. Having used the food for some time and liked the results they decided to join the Chapel farm Team. As well as feeding their own pets & working dogs they now provide Chapel Farm dog food to guests and will also be selling to the general public.

To speak with Dawn & Andy please call on 01606 278738

Photo shows the arrival of their first pallet which was being very well guarded.

A Great Turn Out at Sheepdog Trial.

Chapel Farm Dog Food was pleased to sponsor a fundraiser for the Scottish National Sheepdog Trial held at Dunoon on Saturday the 23rd of February.
Sixty-two handlers and dogs from all over the country took part raising a fantastic £900.

At the end of the day the winner was announced as Mr Chris Toner from Drimsynie with Maid.

Congratulations and best wishes to Chris and our thanks also to Chloe for sending us the result and photo.

Well Done Team Tallamelie Gundogs

Chapel Farm is pleased to sponsor junior handler Tallulah Dyson and our thanks go to Chapel Farm Stockist Dad Phil for providing info on successes at Scurries, Tests and Trials during the past season.
The list of prizes is impressively long and as they say, “a picture paints a thousand words” this picture also features the prizes of little sister Amelia and dad Phil gained during the last year.
Well done all at Team Tallamelie Gundogs and our best wishes for good luck during the next season.

New Stockist in the City of Edinburgh

We are very pleased to welcome Gary McNaughton of new business “Patch’s Pet Supplies”, based in Granton in the City of Edinburgh, who took the decision to join the Chapel Farm Team.
Patch’s, which is named after Gary’s spaniel, began trading just last week and carries the full Chapel Farm range.

It is always good to see a new shop on the high street opening its doors and we wish Gary every success with this new venture.
To speak with Gary about your dog needs please give him a call on 0131 237 7026.
For directions, select the “Stockist” page and click on “Patch’s Pet Supplies”.

Youngster Ruby Keen to be Involved in the Action

Thanks to Stirling based Chapel Farm Stockist and Dog Trainer Jim Fleming for the update on the progress of his young bitch pup Ruby who is now 18 weeks old.
She was at her first working day last week and although kept well back from the action Jim reports that she was very well behaved and interested in all that was happening. She is certainly very alert looking in the photo.

If you would like to speak to Jim about Chapel Farm or Dog Training in the Stirling Area give him a call on 07765 650833

Good Luck to all at the Retriever Championship.

Chapel Farm Dog Food is proud to sponsor some very accomplished gundog trainers.

We are delighted to note that all three of the Labrador handlers we sponsor who feed Chapel farm to their dogs have qualified to compete at this year’s IGL Championship which will be held at Packington Hall on the third, fourth and fifth of December.
The photomontage shows from left to right: David Lisett, Lee Hartis and John Halsted.
Our best wishes to David, John, Lee and all others who will be taking part at the Championship.

To find out more about those we sponsor please select the “ABOUT US” tab above and click “WHO WE SPONSOR”.

A Great Outcome for Team Chapel Farm

Northumberland and Durham held their 2-Day Open Retriever Trial on the 5th and 6th of October at Whitfield Estate by kind permission of Mr Blackett-Ord with head keeper Gamekeeper Stuart Maughan.
Judges were Mr Wayne Mitchell, Mrs Lynn Mitchell, Mr Mark Demaine and Mr Allan Downie.

We are delighted to note that Chapel Farm sponsored handlers were well represented among the prize-winners being awarded First, Third, and Guns Choice.
1st Place and Best Handler awarded to John Halsted with Macgiriaght Foxy Lady.
2nd place Stewart North with Northglen Crumble.
3rd place and Best Dog on a Runner, Lee Hartis with Troddenmills Full Throttle of Leacaz.
4th place Birgitta Stafflund-Wiberg with Meadowlark Pergite.
Guns Choice awarded to David Lisett with FTCh Buccleuch Xena

Well done to the award winners and all those who took part and contributed to an excellent 2 days.

Photo shows L – R, Chapel Farm sponsored handlers David, John and Lee