Providence Meadow Farm

Cottage Farm, Show Worthy

Catching Our Breath…

Yearlings, Breedings and Fall Crias

The herd is getting used to some changes, separating the four who did the Spring Tour with us. They are all healthy and happy.

Breedings for next year are soon and we’re excited with the plan. Then we may have some time to relax and enjoy, since the crias aren’t due until September! That’s the first time in 5 years.

Aqualina is happy to have the girls back with her in the same pasture and they like to follow her around…

We continue to be so thankful for this farm!
Blessings to all.

It was a great Summer show season for our four crias (almost yearlings). Providence Meadow Farm won their first banners and many ribbons. As a small farm, that is not easy. We keep the herd under 15 (right now we have 13) for several reasons, but the best one is so we can stay close to the alpacas. We know each one of them and they bring us joy (and chores), and we just keep learning. That is why we started this farm!

This time of year is special, yes we have more grass to cut and annual herd health for the alpacas and chickens too, but it’s also a time of hopeful beginnings. And hopefully some relaxing!

On Saturday, June 22nd, Dr. Susan Williamson will spend a time at Providence Meadow Farm for a day of fleece! Learning about the IFA (Innovative Fleece Assessment) and working fleeces in preparation for the competition. If you are interested, please call or text Danise at 724-963-7906 for more details.