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Barbie Tilton, Someday Farm
Author: Bill Ley
husband Dean and I have been raising alpacas here on Someday Farm,
located in Canterbury, NH., since aabout 1999. We have always raised
livestock and various other animals and we both grew up in rural farm
environments. Currently, we both work full time, although I do work
from my home which tends to give me more time with our animals.We enjoy breeding, raising, training showing and caring in general for our herd of about 20+ alpacas. We have a retail outlet where we sell alpaca products as well as other home-made, NH-Made products.
NEAOBA is a great organization and truly I believe that it is a great way to get us and our alpacas recognized across the country. I am involved in the marketing piece and hope to contribute to the organization by getting our alpacas out in the public eye, and encouraging folks to get involved in the wonderful world of alpacas.
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Neonatal-Birthing Clinic for Alpaca and Llama Breeders
Springtime birthing season is right around the corner!
Island Alpaca Farm will host Dr. Cheryl DeWitt on Saturday, April 12 from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm for a most invaluable one day clinic, featuring new material on cria-care this year!
Light Breakfast and full Lunch included, as well as one Coursebook per farm. New lowered price this year, and registration is available online: http://islandalpaca.com/product_detail.php?p_id=228
MC/Visa and Amex accepted. $195, and $150 for additional farm members. $100 for repeat students.
Discount stays available at The Mansion House, Vineyard Haven. (Indoor pool, hot-tub, sauna, fitness center, and buffet breakfast. Make it a weekend get-away!
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