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Working Sheepdogs

#2 of 4 things to do in Kincraig Features Animals
Leault Farm | N57. 12789 W3. 94497, Kincraig PH21 1LZ, Scotland
+44 1540 651402
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A tourist attraction to be proud of

This is a great thing to see and would recommend it to almost anyone. Watching the sheepdogs at... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
foragooddayout
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Lockerbie, United Kingdom
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Something a bit different

Our 8 year old loved this. Highlight of his holiday was when the collie pup licked his face. It... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Maz_321
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
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  • Very good9%
  • Average3%
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Leault Farm | N57. 12789 W3. 94497, Kincraig PH21 1LZ, Scotland
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+44 1540 651402
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a great thing to see and would recommend it to almost anyone. Watching the sheepdogs at work was fantastic and it was great to hear everything explained. There were a lot of people there if all age ranges and nationalities and I think...More

2  Thank foragooddayout
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our 8 year old loved this. Highlight of his holiday was when the collie pup licked his face. It is a working farm and the "show" is in a field so dress appropriately. Dogs are amazing, so well trained.

2  Thank Maz_321
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

For 6£ each, four of us (and about 100 others) spent a wonderful hour with a lifelong, professional shepherd, 9 of his border collies (not counting the puppies), and a couple of hundred sheep. The shepherd was born on the "farm" (owned by a Laird)...More

2  Thank Cynthia C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Enjoyed a 45 minute demonstration of how dogs control the sheep and had the chance to shear a sheep as well. A little hard to find - but with the sat/nav we pulled in to the form about 20 minutes before 4. wasn't sure we...More

1  Thank cbarney2003
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Today we visited the Leault Working Sheepdogs for a demonstration and a sheep shearing lesson. Leault raises 3000 sheep and has a team of 35 working Border Collies who work together, 9 at a time, to move the sheep, all with whistles and voice commands....More

1  Thank monandeclan
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Brilliant couple of hours watching 1 man and 9 dogs !! Herding loads of sheep I even got the chance to sheer a sheep too !! Great for kids & family's worth a visit .

1  Thank Kaz0503
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Whilst the scenery for this farm is certainly beautiful, the experience was certainly not we were expecting. Arrived to a ramshackle farm area. Young boy arrived to direct parking and collect cash admission. No tickets or receipts given. Yes the puppies were cute and the...More

Thank Margot D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Today we had the pleasure of watching these amazing dogs and their owner in action. It was very apparent that these dogs loved their work. Hearing Neil explain why traditional practices regarding the keeping of sheep and the tending of the land benefited our environment...More

3  Thank cloudyhorse
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Everyone on the CIE tour raved about this stop. The sheep farmer who presented the demonstration was a most interesting man, who shot from the hip and spoke his mind. He demonstrated how he trained the dogs and then put them to work herding sheep...More

1  Thank jer b
Reviewed 19 June 2017

My fiancé and I wanted to visit here in large part because of other positive reviews. We were not disappointed. This was just great. Interesting presentation by the gentleman who runs the farm - he made what could have been a visit to see dogs...More

2  Thank Chris P
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BobbyRees3
27 July 2017|
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Response from Cynthia C | Reviewed this property |
I believe so, but not loose.
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icelandtraveler637
17 July 2017|
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Response from Kaz0503 | Reviewed this property |
Travel up the Perth road as it's just off the new dual carriageway on the left
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Cynthia C
11 July 2017|
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Response from jer b | Reviewed this property |
Free on CI E tours.
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