Saturday, October 6, 2012

Stepping Back

All good things have to come to an end, and it is time for me to end this blog.
I am selling the farm.  I am stepping back from the alpaca community.
I will always spin yarn from alpaca fiber, and it will remain my fiber of choice.
I succeeded in my business as an alpaca breeder, but that time is over and it's time for me to move on.
I hope any visitors to this blog will find it informative.  I always intended for it to be educational and helpful for other alpaca breeders.
May you all enjoy these endearing critters, and I hope for success in your ventures.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Lost River Announces Alpaca Farm Sitting

I am missing my alpacas so much, that I have decided to start a new business.  I will babysit your alpacas for you while you attend shows, conventions, or EVEN, take a vacation for yourselves.

My experience is intense, and I have the recommendation of the large animal vets at Kulshan Veterinary Hospital in Lynden Washington.  Stay tuned, as I will soon post a letter of recommendation from them.

I am experienced at delivering crias in all presentations.  I have kept crias alive after a vet has said they would never make it.  These crias have thrived and are having crias of their own now.

I will see to the herd's daily care, scoop poop, and give you daily reports if you need.

I haven't set up a price rate yet.  It will be between $75-$100 a day depending on the size of your herd.
Cats and dogs will get free care.

These services will only be available in the Western Washington area.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.  Keep a watch on this site for testimonials and recommendations, as well as the final price list.

Lost River's Eve gets a prodedure formerly only done on dogs to cure an acute ear infection.