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As we moved into July, my sister and I once again needed to make a decision on where to go for our annual hiking trip. We decided on Taylor Fork outside of
Yellowstone Park. Nope, too many Grizzly bears. What about Gallatin Canyon? No, still too high of a risk of Grizzly encounters and I wouldn’t sleep at all for
our 3 day outing.
So, we decided on a new area – East Rosebud Trail in the Custer...
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Alpacas have a 11.5 month gestation, so when they are born they are ready to go in about 30 minutes.  Give them 2 days and they are full on playful and fun.  Watch Marco hanging out with him mom Pogo and enjoying life in every way.

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Each year, around the beginning of June, we need to shear our alpaca crew for the Summer. This helps them stay cool in the Summer and we can continue to make Socks, Hats and other products.


Here are a couple of quick videos from this year's alpaca fleece harvest:





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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – MAY 17, 2019
ALPACAS OF MONTANA HIGHLIGHTED IN GOOGLE’S ANNUAL ECONOMIC IMPACT REPORT FOR MONTANA

 

GOOGLE’S SEARCH AND ADS TOOLS ASSISTED IN 32% GROWTH IN 2018

 

[BOZEMAN] -- Today, Alpacas of Montana, Inc. announced that it was highlighted in Google’s tenth annualEconomic Impact Report - a report that showcases how businesses,publishers and nonprofits across the United States...
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Lake Titicaca is a large, deep lake in the Andes on the border of Bolivia and Peru, often called the "highest navigable lake" in the world. It sits at an elevation of 12,500 feet.  On the lake, various native Peruvians thrive on their own island - some made made naturally from the earth and other islands are made made reed islands.

Other cultures lived on Lake Titicaca prior to the arrival of the...
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Sometimes, the best way to show your product is in the field-   Let us know what you think of these videos:

Winter Morning

Snowshoeing in Bridger Canyon, Bozeman, Montana

Skiing at Showdown Winter Resort

A Cozy Day In
The Cold Weather System
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The Big Reason Millions Of Americans Are Ditching Traditional Socks For Compression Socks
Monday, February 11, 2019 | By Steven DeCampo
Foot pain, no matter how much or how little it hurts, it sets a precedent for underlying health issues to come...
You would think that compression gear was for the elderly or just for athletes. This is no longer the case. In fact, millions of Americans have...
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Pretty much all feet smell at some point. If you go for a run, have been sweating in tennis shoes or have been wearing cotton socks a few hours too many, a quick shower might do the trick...
But, some of us have worse smelling feet than the rest. This chronic issue can be simply eliminated by a few easy steps. No prescriptions needed or toxic chemicals needed. Just utilize a few items from your...
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The sunset was amazing this particular January evening.  The lady alpacas (and one llama) were very enthusiastic about being fed treats.



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