The Quick Version of How CNR Farms Began:
It all began about 12 years ago. I (Casey) was in 10th grade and I wanted to start my own business…which let’s be honest my wanting to start a business started long before that when I was about 5 years old and tried to open a car wash in our driveway for my family. I was born and raised a farm girl and was big into FFA and showing animals so me and my brother Ryan started C&R Farms breeding, raising, and showing rabbits. Fast forward to senior year of high school I had 25 rabbits, college was in view and I wasn’t making any money selling show rabbits around our area so my brain got to working and I got to researching. I have been a dog lover my whole life and we have always had dogs. At the time my Uncle was breeding Goldendoodles so I had been over to his house and helped him out and loved the dog breeding business. After much thought and research I asked my parents to join the business. Then we officially became a business and became CNR Farms as our original name was already taken. C for me Casey and R for my brother Ryan. Farms because well we live on a farm. I sold all my rabbits except 5 I kept as pets and bought 3 Labs that first year. I haven’t looked back since. I have absolutely fallen in love with breeding dogs and raising the best Labradoodle puppies that I can.
Meet the Weredyk’s:
We are an animal loving family. We all have a big passion for our dogs and making sure that they have the best care and attention. Our puppies are born and raised in our home using Puppy Culture. We have a strong love for Labradoodles. We live on 10 fenced acres so our dogs can enjoy romps around the farm and swimming in our 2 acre pond. Our dogs are very much a part of our family and do not live in kennels. On our farm we also have cows, horses(mini and regular), alpacas, llamas, rabbits, chickens, and ducks.
Hey! I will be your first contact if you call or email us. I take care of the emails, phone calls, puppy pictures, videos, website updates, social media, and keeping up to date with research. Nine times out of ten the puppies will be born in my home. On occasion I will birth a litter in my parents’ house. This is my absolute passion and I am so very thankful for my amazing family that supports my passion and shares it with me as well. I have a college degree in Diversified Agriculture with a specification in Livestock Production. Through doing this degree I was able to take classes like Physiology of Reproduction, Animal Nutrition, Animal Evaluation and Selection, and Animal Science. Genetics is something that was intertwined in all of the classes. I learned so much that I am able to apply to my breeding program. I also love continued education and enjoy going to breeder conferences and researching to make sure that I am doing everything I can to produce the best puppies possible. This is hard work for sure but it is the most rewarding job that I can think of for myself.
Fun around the Farm
We love living the farm life so here’s a little glimpse into life around the farm.