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About Big Meadow Creek Alpacas

Brad Neuman, my brother, was the original owner of Big Meadow Creek Alpacas, died suddenly on August 8, 2008. Brad was generous to a fault. He had a way with words and a way with people.

Brad was the one that first introduced me to alpacas and today I continue his legacy, his farm, and his dedication, kindness, and gentle love and generosity.

Brad loved his alpacas, his dogs, and even his chickens and turkeys. He had a rooster for several years who said, not "Cock-a-doodle-doo," but "Chicken-noodle-soup."

I continue to feel Brad's spirit here at the farm when the wind blows through the trees beside the pond, when a new cria is born, and the stars shine bright in the dark night. Brad was my best friend, my brother, my inspiration, and he is still sorely missed.

Brad was a member of the National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Network and traveled throughout the United States to rescue abused or discarded dogs. Brad started Big Meadow Creek Alpacas with three alpacas and grew his herd to over 50 prior to his sudden death.

Brad was a great lover of animals and was very generous in his community donating to local causes, volunteering in the schools, and opening his farm to school groups.

His legacy lives on through his farm, and Judy LaLonde his sister.

At Big Meadow Creek, we have a herd of over a dozen Suri Alpacas in all colors. We also have raw alpaca fiber, finished goods like alpaca socks, and alpaca manure for sale.

Big Meadow Creek Farm is located on the northern edge of Troy, ID, near the high school. McKeehan Road runs off ID-8 at mile marker 16 (if you're coming east to west. Coming from the west, you will turn off ID-8 as you slow down and enter Troy. Big Meadow Creek Road is the first left; at the stop sign, continue straight--our long, winding driveway goes up the hill to the right. You can't see the farm from the bottom of the hill!

We often have special events such as shearing day, open houses, birth of cria days and special sales in our farm store, etc.

Please visit our website at http://bigmeadowcreekalpacas.com/contact_us

to sign up to request a farm visit for yourself or a group.

Special pricing on this CD "The Zen of Socks" by Society Socks. Written instructions sent in a PDF after purchase. Learn to knit socks, top down, using four needles. Watch, pause, replay, on your computer. Makes it easy to learn! $15.00 each.

Alpaca is an excellent choice for warm socks. Alpaca fiber is warmer than wool because it has a hollow insulating core.

Alpaca socks also wick moisture away from your feet.

Great for outdoor sports! In stock now, two types of socks, both made in the USA. Prices and colors may vary. Please call for availability.




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