Welcome to Log Cabin Alpacas
Karen Clark & Helen Harris
178 Hurd Rd
Harpursville, NY 13787
(607) 768-9615 cell
Log Cabin Alpacas
ready to hit the show road in 2018
We will be attending Buckeye Alpaca Show in Tallmadge, OH; AOA
National Alpaca Show n Peoria, IL; and North American and North East
Alpaca Shows in Springfield, Massachusetts
Log Cabins Justise
DOB: June 10, 2017
Sire: Double Stuff's Accoyo Cuba Libre
Dam: Log Cabin's Amari
Amari gave us quite a surprise by hiding in the barn and delivering her cria 22 days early. Justise was a little small, but active and alert. Since her momma's mil had not come in yet, Justise required a transfusion. It did not take long for her to catch up and join the herd. She was eating grain at 1 month old, halter trained at 2 months and has grown into a big solid girl with shiny soft fiber.
FOR SALE: $4000
Log Cabins Maddox
DOB: June 22, 2017
Sire: Our Accoyo Avery
Dam: Ideuma Creek's Peruvian Renaizance
Maddox was our last cria in 2018. He had a bit of a traumatic birth. He was stuck with his back legs folded around the placenta. Thank goodness we Karen was in the barn. With a lot of sweating, pulling, and tears Maddox's lifeless body was delivered. He was quickly stimulated and after a few minutes jumped up and started to nurse. Whew!
He seems to have inherited the best traits of his champion dam and sire. Very excited to get this guy in the ring. He was eating grain at one month old and halter trained at 2 months. He is a talker and has such a loving personality.
FOR SALE: $7500
Log Cabins Westyn
DOB: June 6, 2017
Sire: Ausable Valley Freestyle
Dam: Log Cabin's Gabriella
We decided to breed our true black herdsire, Freestyle, back to Gabby. Her first cria, Scout, with Freestyle took a 2nd out of 15 in her first show. Unfortuately, we lost her to a unknown intestinal issue she was born with. Westyn is extremely fine for a black. He is a "giant" boy, standing as tall as some of our smaller girls. He is a very sweet adventurous boy, who is always out to pasture exploring.
FOR SALE: $3000
Alpacas in the Glen Tia Marie
DOB: September 30, 2016
Sire: Hilltop's Insendio
Dam: Princess Cassandra
Baby Tia came to live with us when she was only a few hours old. She was a surprise cria, born three weeks early to a momma with no milk. She had a transfusion at few hours old. She was to small to stand, weighing only 8 pounds. She lived in the house for 3 weeks before finally gong to live in the barn. She loved to go for ride in the laundry basket on the front seat of Karen's truck. She has become Karen's special girl. She is still catching up, but had an amazing first show in October 2017. She placed 1st in Walking fleece, 5th of 12
in True Black class, and 2nd in Bay Black Class. The judges only negative comment was she has a long body and short legs, which we knew, but beautiful dense fleece. When her owners offered us co-ownership of Tia, we were so happy. She has been with us since shortly after her birth and we would miss her terribly if she left.
NOT FOR SALE
Our Accoyo Avery
We are please to announce our partnership with our friends Ideuma Creek Alpacas on the recent purchase of Our Accoyo Avery. Avery is from Caterbury Farms in Hudson, Ohio. We are so happy with his crop on this year's cria. We are excited to see them in the show ring. He is quite a looker with amazing dense fleece, which justifies his 1st place at the 2017 AOA National Show. Avery is currently being housed at Ideuma Creek Alpacas.
Learn more about Log Cabin Alpacas
Our farm is nestled in the hills of south central New York. Although we are only three miles off a major highway, our beautiful log cabin sets peacefully on 18.5 acres.
How quickly the months/years have flown by since starting in the alpaca business. Our knowledge grows everyday, and we find ourselves hardly being able to stay away from the barn during our free time. Like every year, we anxiously await the birth of our summer cria. Soon the barn will be filled with new babies.
Ready to Sell
It is finally time to start saying good-bye to some of our beautiful alpacas and send them to new homes, new owners, and new adventures at your farm. We have a diverse selection of high quality alpacas, in a variety of colors, as well as some amazing herdsires waiting for a little action.
We are willing to work with you, to make a package that accommodates your needs and pocketbook. Come and take a look at our beautiful friendly alpacas, and you will also fall in love with these amazing gentle creatures, just like we did. We will also offer 6 months free board with any alpaca purchase.
Packages and financing are available, just ask.
Log Cabin Alpacas offers agisting (boarding) opportunities at our beautiful secure farm. If you would like your alpacas spoiled and treated like family, this is the place to be. They will receive the best possible care that we can give. Your alpacas will live in a clean, beautiful, large, open space with spacious overhangs. We throughly clean our barns and pastures twice a day.
We would love to have your alpacas become part of our farm family.
Log Cabin Alpacas are expecting 4 babies this summer. Although, Log Cabin Alpacas is a small farm it has big lineage. All of our girls have been bred to top notch herdsires. We look forward to an amazing group of cria, our first cria is due in mid June.
Farm visits are always welcome. We are more than happy to show off our alpacas and farm. We are always proud to show off and talk about our alpacas.
We are honest open people that will take the time to answer your questions and address your concerns. No question is too silly or too simple, we probably had the same questions when we started and we find ourselves are still asking questions.
Log Cabin Alpacas is ready to help you experience the love of
Ausable Valley's Freestyle
First Place & Color Champion - New Jersey Show in March 2010
Second Place - VAOBA Fleece Show October 2010
First Place - Empire Extravaganza October 2010
Log Cabin's Dakota
Third Place - Empire Extravaganza October 2009
Fourth Place - New Jersey Show in March 2010
Sixth Place - VAOBA Fleece Show October 2010
Fifth Place - Empire Extravaganza October 2010
First Place - New Jersey Show in April 2011
Second Place - Empire Extravaganza October 2011
Second Place - Mid-America Fleece October 2011
Second Place - Northeast Expo May 2012
Dakota has placed in every show he has entered
Thunder Bay's Storm
Second Place - New Jersey Show in April 2011
Third Place - Empire Extravaganza October 2011
Our Accoyo Orinoco of Ideuma Creek
Third Place - Northeast Alpaca Expo - 2012
Co-owned with Denise & John Jacobus of Ideuma Creek Alpacas
Freestyle cria (True Black, Bay Black, Rose Gray, Light Fawn).
Dakota cria (Medium and Light Fawn)
Storm cria (Medium Gray and True Black)
Orinoco ( First cria due summer 2018)
Gideon (First cria due summer 2018)
Cooper (True black, Medium and Dark Brown)
Ausable Valley's Freestyle
Buy one breeding for full and get a
second breeding of equal of lesser value
for 1/2 price
We hope to see you again!
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There's much more to come!
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