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    What’s New

    High Meadow Alpacas Boutique
    Check out our new Boutique here in Leiper’s Fork

    Click here to read about Past and Future Events at High Meadow Alpacas!

    Click here for Directions to High Meadow Alpacas

    High Meadow welcomes Accoyo Pulitzer, their newest herdsire and the highest priced alpaca at the 2008 Breeder's Choice Auction

    Click here for more info on Pulitzer

     


    Photo by Robin Oquindo


    Photo by Robin Oquindo

    Photo by Robin Oquindo


    Photo by Robin Oquindo


    Photo by Robin Oquindo

    “I love the rain”
    Lethal Weapon’s Maverick of High Meadow Alpacas (6 months old)
    Photo by Robin Oquindo


    Playful Cria on Hay Bales enjoying themselves


    Peruvian Dracula
    Dracula 1993-2009 One of the all-time top Herdsires

     

    Cinderella and Clementine in the Leipers Fork Christmas Parade

    Once again, High Meadow Alpacas participated in the Leipers Fork Christmas Parade. "ELVIS" was the Grand Marshall for this one (instead of Naomi Judd in 2006.) The John Deere tractor was decorated even more than in 2006 with its own Christmas wreath, and garland. Scott was the driver this year, pulling the hay wagon behind where Charlotte, Michael, and Diana each had an alpaca (that behaved beautifully) with Marilyn and Jamie on board to help wave and sit under the Christmas tree, and hand out the hot cider and cookies! Giglet, Cinderella, and Clementine were the real stars, however. The Nashville Tennessean even featured their picture in the next day's Sunday paper.

    While everyone else got in traffic leaving this well attended event, the High Meadow Alpaca hay wagon got home slower than cars, but with Scott driving, in good time.

     

    Security at High Meadow Alpacas is "top of the line" with Bennie doing his job.

    High Meadow Alpacas has been the subject of several recent news articles. "Nashville Lifestyles" magazine had a very nice write-up on our farm in their recent issue featuring Nashvillian's and their pets. Click here to read it. In addition, "The Tennessean" recently featured our farm in an article entitled "What ARE These Things?". Click here to read it. Our babies love attention and jostle for position to get closest to the camera."
     

Jeremiah Johnson already has the girls chasing him.

Sara's Smile was 30 days premature. She spent the first three weeks inside, and even traveled to soccer games on our Vet's lap, so she could get the 2 hour feedings in the beginning.

 

Lola Takes a rest with Titan’s Evita.

    We are having a phenomenal year at High Meadow and we continue to add new bloodlines and show ribbons to our ever-growing herd. With over 300 alpacas, we are the largest alpaca farm in the Southeast. More importantly, we have some of the top bloodlines in the country. We have won over 1200 show and fleece ribbons at some of the top national shows! As we begin our twelfth year in business, we feel truly blessed to have discovered these marvelous animals and look forward to the future. Check out our new Show Page here!

    China Doll enjoys the company.
    Our alpacas are very friendly and love giving hugs and kisses

Patagonia Girls relaxing together.

     

For additional information contact :

Michael & Charlotte Goldston
High Meadow Alpacas, LLC
3400 Floyd Road
Franklin,Tennessee 37064
Phone (615) 373-0171
FAX (615) 371-8534
E-mail
mgold35@yahoo.com