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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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Just….

Yuck.
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Just…. 

Yuck.

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Gm rain not over yet girl alark day sunday

Our awesome next door neighbors caught the entire rainbow over our farm!!! 😍 ... See MoreSee Less

Our awesome next door neighbors caught the entire rainbow over our farm!!! 😍

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I've been struggling and failing to get entire rainbow arcs into one photo, but your neighbors did it! Grateful that they shared!

Jr watching over you guys

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Amazing that you managed to capture the crossing!

The grass always looks greener on the other side. 🤣

So cute

You know you’re a fiber producer when you bring your own fiber to the Kentucky Sheep and Fiber festival!!!

We had a very special rendezvous this morning with Reclaimed Ranch for our alpaca fiber drop 🦙. Can’t wait to see the finished yarn from our Aspen, Cypress, and Rowan!!
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You know you’re a fiber producer when you bring your own fiber to the Kentucky Sheep and Fiber festival!!!

We had a very special rendezvous this morning with Reclaimed Ranch for our alpaca fiber drop 🦙.     Can’t wait to see the finished yarn from our Aspen, Cypress, and Rowan!!

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How heavy are the bags of white gold?

We were playing soccer there yesterday and today!

Brian is looking more like his dad!

They each have huge domains of their own… yet Mama Eve (left) and Willow (right) still manage to find a fence line to argue through 🤣

The matriarchs of each of our goat herds have never seen eye to eye. They’ve always lived next door to each other, but have never figured out how to get along!!!
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They each have huge domains of their own… yet Mama Eve (left) and Willow (right) still manage to find a fence line to argue through 🤣

The matriarchs of each of our goat herds have never seen eye to eye.  They’ve always lived next door to each other, but have never figured out how to get along!!!

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Sounds like me in nursing home 😀

I know people like that lol