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Welcome to Badger Canyon Farm!

2023 In Review!

2023 was a rollercoaster of a year with many very exciting events!

The New Year began with show prep. We incorporated a new training method, and all four youngsters were a pleasure to train.

February was our snowy season, but that didn’t stop us from weaning our 2022 cria in preparation for our first show in April.

March brought some much-needed sunshine and plenty of opportunity to get out and enjoy all of our farm critters.

In April, we started our spring showing at the CABA Classic. We also sheared all of our animals, revealing some breathtaking fleeces.

In May, cria season started, and we welcomed a beautiful, modern, grey female cria, Rory.

In June, we attended the PNAA Summer ED Conference with guest speaker Cheryl Gehly. June also marked the beginning of our breeding season. We introduced Laszlo to his first dates in June, and he is now expecting 6 cria in 2024.

In July, we traveled to Burlington, KY, where we volunteered at the National Alpaca Fleece Show. Back at the farm, we welcomed a gorgeous true black female cria, Alora.

August was a “quiet” month for us. No crias born, no shows to participate in, no conferences to attend. But no month is truly quiet here on the farm.

In September, Kristen traveled to CA, where she was the superintendent at the CALPACA fleece show. We also welcomed two gorgeous crias in September, Ellie and King.

In October, we started our fall showing and kicked it off with Laszlo winning Color Champion White Male at the Gold Country Gathering in CA!

In November, we ran our second PNAA IFA Fleece Show. Our Honour took Reserve champion grade 1 Huacaya Fawn, and Reverence took color champion!!

To end the year, we traveled to Crescent Moon Ranch and picked up our two girls, Angel and Gracie, and their kiddos.

That is our 2023 year in a wrap. It has many, many exciting events, and we can’t wait to see what 2024 brings us – more cria, more shows, more events, more FUN!

Are you interested in starting your own farm? Are you thinking about adding to your existing herd? Not to worry—we are here to help. Nestled in a valley surrounded by high, rolling hills and vineyards in eastern Washington, Badger Canyon Farm is a unique, family-owned and operated farm specializing in breeding quality huacaya alpacas. We also raise heritage chickens and tend to honey bees.

• We are dedicated to helping set your farm up for success so you, too, can enjoy this amazing lifestyle!
• As a small breeder, we personally tend to all of our animals. We provide top-quality animals with exceptional genetics!
• Come pay us a visit! Take a farm tour to experience farm life and meet our animals up close.

Contact us today!

[email protected]
919-357-4091

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We try to cater our tours to our guests (size, age, and group interest). Since our primary focus is on our alpacas, we spend a lot of time visiting and talking about them. We make the tour as educational as possible since not many people are familiar with alpacas. There will be an opportunity to feed the animals some of their favorite treats. If everyone is behaving (both animal and human), there is the possibility of being able to touch the alpacas. We are not a petting zoo, as alpacas do not like to be touched, but we do have several PR animals willing to be handled. There is also an opportunity to touch and look at some fleece that has already been shorn and some of the things we make from the fleece. It is a great chance to see the whole cycle of alpaca fiber. Along with the alpacas, we have chickens and honey bees. We can spend some time visiting the chickens, and often the kids have fun checking the nesting boxes for eggs. Our hens lay eggs of different colors, including blue and green, so seeing something other than the white and brown eggs one finds at the grocery store is fun. We can stop at the bee hives, learn a bit about them, and offer an opportunity to taste a sample of our honey.

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