Be an Alpaca Farmer | Green Gable Alpacas
Ever dreamt of being an alpaca farmer for a day? This summer, embrace a unique opportunity to work alongside seasoned professionals at the Green Gable Alpacas farm. Learn first-hand about the daily tasks involved in alpaca care and the essentials for a successful annual harvest.
Join us every second Friday starting July 8th, through July and August. Expect a fully immersive three-hour experience that allows you to interact closely with our friendly alpacas. Participation involves routine daily chores and learning more about these fascinating creatures and their care.
This event, classified under Arts/Crafts, will delight any animal lover and is a wonderful chance to capture some memorable holiday photos. For reservations, either book online or call us directly at 1-902-303-0647. You can also reach out to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that to ensure personalized attention and safety, we have limited slots per session: a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 4 participants. The fee is $75 per person, plus HST, and due to the nature of the tasks involved, this event is not recommended for children aged 13 and under.
For more information, visit our website at www.greengablealpacas.com. Discover the fun and joy of alpaca farming at Green Gable Alpacas!
Date: Every second Friday, starting July 8 through July and August
Booking: Reservations required. Book online or by phone: 1-902-303-0647
Price: $75 per person + HST
Age Limit: Not recommended for ages 13 and under
Group Size: Minimum 2, Maximum 4 participants per session
Sat, Jul 8 - Fri, Aug 25
Green Gable Alpacas
5627 PE-12, Tyne Valley
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