Border collies, bred on the Scottish-English border for their ability to herd sheep, are still used as farm dogs worldwide.
Smart, diligent, and loving, corgis. They make good household pets because they're not as active as other herding breeds.
Jack Russell terriers are ideal for pest-free barns, stables, and other farmyard buildings.
They are smart, hardworking, trainable, loyal, and protective multipurpose farm dogs.
The United States is responsible for the development of the Australian shepherd as a clever, active, and faithful herder.
The Great Pyrenees is a family-friendly dog that can guard cattle or farmyards in chilly areas.
This lesser-known breed is easier to train. Despite their herding skills, Dutch shepherds were valued for their adaptability.
The largest terrier, the Airedale, was developed to be versatile farm dogs.
In Turkey, these strong and independent livestock guardian dogs were developed to survive severe environments and develop perseverance.