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S&B Bell Farms in Hodgenville, KY started out with a purely functional purpose: to make good use of land that we own. Over the months, the concept of alpaca farming has branched out to several other areas of farming. In order to run a sustaining farm, we realized that we needed to consider the interconnectedness of the land and the animals, and to provide the best environment that we can for both.

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Notice those soaps in that last photo!! They are from S&B Bell Farms, LLC 🐐🧼 ... See MoreSee Less

Notice those soaps in that last photo!!   They are from S&B Bell Farms, LLC 🐐🧼Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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🥳🤩🥳 the best soaps!!!

I’m so excited to share this awesome video from the Kentucky Sheep and Goat Development Office !!!

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I've read the history of your farm before, but I've never seen it (the soapery - both the building and word - is new to me) or heard it in your own voice until now! Also never heard "Katahdin" pronounced before. (I didn't know the name until I learned it from you years ago.) I can't imagine how much work went into this packed and powerful video! By coincidence, I happened to be working on the analysis of the character for 'farmland' in the extinct Tangut script - a combination of the characters for 'earth' and 'manage'. I took that as a sign to comment.

This is great!!!! Love this!!!!

Aww, this made me really lament living 1,700 miles away from you.

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And after Willow *finally* kidding tonight, our farm has 18!!! 🐐How many do you have?

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And after Willow *finally* kidding tonight, our farm has 18!!!   🐐

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didn't know "kid" could mean 'give birth' until I read your post! en.wiktionary.org/wiki/kid#Verb

3:08pm in Hodgenville, KY.

We really were in the 98% totality range -you just can’t tell because of the clouds and sprinkles 🌘

(Yes - we wearing safe eclipse glasses)
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3:08pm in Hodgenville, KY.   

We really were in the 98% totality range -you just can’t tell because of the clouds and sprinkles 🌘

(Yes - we wearing safe eclipse glasses)

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We had so much cloud coverage (southwest Arkansas) also for the first half of the eclipse. Then halfway through totality they just disappeared and we were able to watch the second half. So amazing!

We saw a little bit when it was about 25% covered before the clouds came in and then it was a whole lot of nothing for the whole eclipse just heavy cloud cover

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Happy Opening Day!!!

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I feel like I'm standing right in front of your table. Except that I can't get any closer. What are the items on the left-hand table? Also, what's between the "Fresh eggs" sign and the soap on the right-hand table? No rush for an answer - I'm going to bed soon, and your customers come first! Do you take credit cards? I hardly ever carry cash anymore.

My favorite gluten free treats!

Yeah!!! Have a great time!!!