COVID-19 has devastated so many people around the world, especially the Peruvian people. As a result of COVID-19, the mills that we use to make all of our alpaca products are so far behind on making our products and we need your help in making sure this holiday season is the best it can be for everyone.
Our alpha Anatolian Shepherd, Chile, has had quite the year of medical drama. He's been through an ACL surgery and several bacterial infections. Read now to learn more about Chile's journey and his current prognosis.
A devastating forest fire started near a popular trailhead at the base of the Bridger Mountains in Bozeman, Montana--the home of Alpacas of Montana--on Friday, September 4th. Read now about how James and Sarah, the owners of Alpacas of Montana rescued 11 alpacas, a llama and fought a bittersweet battle with two horses and a trailer.
Hazel, Finn and Chili, three Turkish Anatolian Shepherds, roam the vast pastures at Alpacas of Montana on South Cottonwood Road, just south of Bozeman. At approximately 120 pounds each, these livestock guard dogs are capable of taking down a mountain lion, yet their demeanor is calm and tolerant—that is, until you threaten their herd.
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...
After a few misread directions, we arrived at Crandall Creek Cabin in the Crazy Mountains of Montana.24 miles from the nearest small, western town, my sister, her 3 kids and I (and Cali the St. Bernard of course) were ready for some wilderness vacation. Our Spring outings usually involve backpacking into the depths of the forests, jumping across flowing creeks and climbing steep mountains with a...