Play With Alpacas At Buck Brook Alpaca Farm In New York For An Adorable Adventure
There’s no scientific proof of this, but alpacas just might be the cutest animal around. They resemble llamas and are closely related to them, but are a good bit smaller. They are mostly bred for their fiber, which is formed into wool to make winter clothing and really warm blankets. While alpacas are primarily associated with South America, we’ve got quite a few of them in New York at Buck Brook Alpaca Farm.
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Lisa loves animals and spends practically all of her free time trapping and fixing stray cats. She also likes reading, playing Pokemon Go, and going to concerts. Her dog Cece is the best dog in the whole world.
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