We are one of the pioneers of the alpaca industry in Kentucky, having raised champion breeding stock at Seldom Scene Farm since 1994!  Lindy is a past-president of the national Alpaca Owner's Association (then AOBA), co-founder and past-president of the Kentucky Alpaca Association, and co-founder of the Kentucky Classic Alpaca Show.  We have also had llamas since 1990, and occasionally raise a few, although we mainly use them for guarding our alpacas and sheep.

      We downsized our alpaca flock considerably as Lindy has concentrated more on her art, photography and classes.  Seldom Scene Farm has some amazing alpacas available for sale, with excellent genetics from the top herds in the WORLD.  Lindy and Paul's eye for alpacas has been honed by over 20 years of experience and showing, multiple trips to Peru and Bolivia, and Lindy's involvement as co-chair of AOBA's first Judge's Training Program.   We now keep just a few alpacas for fiber and for our cottage guests to enjoy, and some llamas as guard animals for the sheep.

      We have raised sheep off and on over the years, but we have decided to concentrate our small flock of Wensleydale cross sheep, as they are beautiful, hardy sheep and Lindy loves working with their long, lustrous locks.  We occasionally have lambs, ewes and wethers for sale for $150 and up.  Just ask!

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Llamas Alpacas Sheep

We are one of the pioneers of the alpaca industry in Kentucky, having raised champion breeding stock at Seldom Scene Farm since 1994!  Lindy is a past-president of the national Alpaca Owner's Association (then AOBA), co-founder and past-president of the Kentucky Alpaca Association, and co-founder of the Kentucky Classic Alpaca Show.  We have also had llamas since 1990, and occasionally raise a few, although we mainly use them for guarding our alpacas and sheep.

      We downsized our alpaca flock considerably as Lindy has concentrated more on her art, photography and classes.  Seldom Scene Farm has some amazing alpacas available for sale, with excellent genetics from the top herds in the WORLD.  Lindy and Paul's eye for alpacas has been honed by over 20 years of experience and showing, multiple trips to Peru and Bolivia, and Lindy's involvement as co-chair of AOBA's first Judge's Training Program.   We now keep just a few alpacas for fiber and for our cottage guests to enjoy, and some llamas as guard animals for the sheep.

      We have raised sheep off and on over the years, but we have decided to concentrate our small flock of Wensleydale cross sheep, as they are beautiful, hardy sheep and Lindy loves working with their long, lustrous locks.  We occasionally have lambs, ewes and wethers for sale for $150 and up.  Just ask!

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