Increased Availability for Northern Ireland Customers

Whilst we receive many enquiries from Northern Ireland it has not been practical for us to deliver website orders there due to high delivery costs.

Lyn and Neil Aicken, Northern Ireland, Newtownards based Chapel Farm Stockists have also received many enquiries from those who stay too far away to collect food in person.

Following some research they have created and just launched the website and are now able to deliver Chapel Farm Dog Food to the whole of Northern Ireland next working day for a remarkably low cost which will be of great benefit to those who live some distance from a stockist. Well worth a look and our best wishes to Lyn and Neil for success with this new venture.

Chapel Farm Welcomes a New Team Member

A warm welcome to a new member of the Chapel Farm Team, Tom Jones based in Llanellen, Monmouthshire where a recent family move has given space for Tom to become a stockist.

Many will recognise Tom from his time here on Queensberry Estates where he made many friends. Tom has been a user of Chapel Farm since its inception and has always been full of praise for the benefits it has for his dogs.
To discuss your needs with Tom, give him a call on 07791 001231

Chapel Farm Dog Food Bag Changes

Chapel Farm is part of Buccleuch Estates Ltd which has undergone a re-branding exercise. The previous Logo representing Buccleuch Estates features on the reverse of the Chapel Farm dog food bags. We are working to replace the old logo with the new “Stags Image” shown and had hoped to be able to change all bags at the same time. However for various reasons including higher sales than predicted, we find that we have run out of the one for Performance 24 rather sooner than expected and are packaging temporarily in a clear bag with coloured label. The contents remain the same; it is only the packaging that is currently changed.

Happy Boy Desmond Smiles for the Camera

Thanks to Chapel Farm sponsored Agility Handler Jennifer Hart for sending in this picture of her very happy looking youngster Desmond following his win at the weekend at Platinum Dog Show. Desmond enjoyed a clear round and won by a healthy two second margin.

Additional congratulations to Jennifer who also found time to manage a second place with her other dog Izzy in Grade 6 Jumping.

Well done all three and good luck with future competitions.

Marvellous Performance by Melissa and Lottie at Scone Show

Chapel Farm sponsored Agility Handler Melissa competed with Lottie at the Kingdom of Fife Agility Show held at Scone Palace. Things didn’t go as well as hoped on the Saturday but the Championship Class on the Sunday was a different story. A starting line-up of 45 saw 9 qualify for the final including Melissa and Lottie who achieved one of only 4 double clear rounds. Happy to simply get through to the final, Melissa and Lottie again managed a clear round and at the end of the competition were announced as Reserve Champions which is a tremendous performance given how new they are to Grade 7.

All at Chapel Farm are delighted for Melissa and Lottie on this marvellous result and offer all best wishes for future events.
Thanks also to Melissa for the photos, we have included the one of Lottie on her own as in all the times she has appeared before, we have never seen both ears up.

Yorkshire Golden Retriever Club Working Test Day 2

Photo shows the day 2 winners of the Working Test at Ryedale Country Show organised by the Yorkshire Golden Retriever Club, sponsored by Chapel Farm:

Novice: Jane Clark with Kizzy (German Wire Haired Pointer)

Open: Trevor Linfoot with Bob (black Labrador)

Junior: Aileen Stevens with Rolo (Cocker Spaniel)

Again, well done to all who competed and congratulations to the winners.

Thanks once again to Graham and Martin for the update and photos.

Yorkshire Golden Retriever Club Working Test Day 1

Chapel Farm was pleased to sponsor the Working Test run by Yorkshire Golden Retriever Club held at the Ryedale Country Show and Game Fair on the 18th and 19th of April where all proceeds were designated for the charity “Dogs for the Disabled”. The event was spread over two days with both days equally well supported. The weather was just right, dry fine and not too hot, the atmosphere friendly and a wide variety of breeds featured.

Photo shows the winners from day 1:

Novice: Graham Cooper with Bella (black Labrador)

Open: Sandra Ellis with Peter (black Labrador)

Junior: Maisy Dent with Echo (Large Munsterlander)

Congratulations to the winners and well done to all competitors for taking part and thanks also to Graham and Martin of Yorkshire Golden Retriever Club for the update and photos.

New Venture for Stockist Martin Starbuck

Martin Starbuck, our local stockist for the Andover and Winchester area has recently started a new online business offering a full range of premium quality dog beds. The range includes a unique and innovative waterproof mattress that uses pocket spring technology as well as a tubular steel day bed and an oak frame bed.

Martin says – ‘We have owned working Labradors for over 30 years and we could never find a range of beds that were comfortable, durable and built to last so we decided to develop our own’

Martin can be contacted on 01264 861143 or via the website –

Our best wishes to Martin for every success with this new venture.