Recently sheared alpacas grazed at Greg and Linda Salsbury's Eagle Bend Alpacas in Burlington last week. Alpacas are  becoming more popular in the state. Eagle Bend has 130, and Linda Salsbury is president of the Kentucky Alpaca Association.
Recently sheared alpacas grazed at Greg and Linda Salsbury's Eagle Bend Alpacas in Burlington last week. Alpacas are becoming more popular in the state. Eagle Bend has 130, and Linda Salsbury is president of the Kentucky Alpaca Association. Herald-Leader
Recently sheared alpacas grazed at Greg and Linda Salsbury's Eagle Bend Alpacas in Burlington last week. Alpacas are becoming more popular in the state. Eagle Bend has 130, and Linda Salsbury is president of the Kentucky Alpaca Association. Herald-Leader

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