About
South Lincoln Labradors
South Lincoln Labradors lies about thirty miles south of the majestic Mount Kathadin, in Baxter State Park, in Lincoln Maine. Our Labradors are raised here on our farm with love and attention put into each and every puppy that comes from us.  We are a small kennel that will stay this way to make sure that all of our animals are given the individual love and attention that they need to flourish here on the farm.  
     The Labrador Retriever has been the #1 most popular dog breed for 24 years now, and it is no secret why.  Labs are loyal, friendly, and intelligent.  They can be trained to Hunt, compete in shows and most importantly, to be by your side from day one.  There is no dog more friendly and outgoing than the retriever.  Labs are active dogs and require daily exercise and companionship.  Given the love and attention that they need, Labs will be your loyal companion into their golden years.  
 
 
 
Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.”
—Roger Caras (photographer and writer)
 
Around the Farm....
  1. The pigs
    The pigs
    Meet Eeney, Meeny, Miney, Moe and Hamilton. These are our resident pigs, They have many uses around the farm including fertilizing and tilling our garden spaces!
  2. A Fowl Situation
    A Fowl Situation
    On the farm, we have many kinds of fowl. We currently have 7 turkeys, 4 ducks, and I lost count of the chickens sometime in June. Our fowl all free range, and the dogs don't bother them unless they are trying to steal a piece of kibble...
  3. Ragdolls
    Ragdolls
    We also breed Ragdolls here. For more information, contact us through here, or via our Facebook page Royal Duchess Ragdolls
  4. Farm Life
    Farm Life
    Farm life means always being appreciative of all life, no matter how great or how small.
  5. Buddy
    Buddy
    Buddy came to us at the end of the summer as a four day old bottle fed calf. One day he will be the head of our small herd, right now he is working on learning to "Moo" like a big boy!
  6. Kids
    Kids
    We have a few kids here on the farm as well, some of them furry, some of them not. Our small herd of goats keep us entertained, and we were excited to welcome two beautiful kids (baby goats) at the beginning of fall.
  7. Farm Hands
    Farm Hands
    Every farm needs a few good farm hands, and here we have four of the best. Our children help with everything around the farm, including the puppies, and they get to participate daily and learn valuable skills while also learning how truly precious life is.
  8. Winter in Maine
    Winter in Maine
    Winter comes early and hard here in Maine. It is a harsh reminder of the beauty and wonder of nature, and helps us appreciate the breath of spring when it arrives!