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Friday, May 26, 2017

NEW Additions: Alpacas and a Llama!


The last week of April we left for a fun family vacation. We visited Gatlinburg, TN and the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter in Kentucky. Our kids highlight was the petting zoo, go figure! Although we aren't ready for camel rides, ostriches or wallabies we did fall in love with the alpacas! 


So when we got back home, on May 4th, His Way Farm and Exotics delivered two male alpacas and a female llama.

      
We had them sheared, their feet and teeth trimmed right away, and built them a pen to quarantine them from other animals until we could have our farm vet out to verify their health.



Aren't they adorable!?! <3














Our sweet alpacas and llamas are so friendly. At our last open farm days kids and adults enjoyed feeding them. The two boys came from a petting zoo situation and we will have them ready to travel as an add on soon. Our big llama girl will begin her packing training soon with a long term goal of having her trained as a therapy llama!




Posted by Shannon

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