We Gratefully Thank Our 2013 Conference Sponsors
Pine Hill Llamas, RJ Stangherlin
Buck Hollow Llamas, Carol Reigh
Cargill Animal Nutrition
finca anita, Anita Collins
Kent Nutrition Group
Poverty Hollow Llamas, Jane Hamilton-Merritt
Agway of Ballston Spa, New York
Elk Mountain Llamas, Paul & Darlene Dorang
Hidden Acres Llamas, Philippa & Terry Beal
Leisure Acres Llamas, Chuck & Sonja Leach
Misty Meadows Farm, Carol Millard
Morris Animal Foundation
The Century House
Caleb Ridge Farm, Deb Marcou
AAA Farm Supply
Breezy Meadows, Kathleen Cooley
Dakota Ridge Farm, Katrina & Gary Capasso
The Factory Eatery & Spirits, Mary & Jerry DeFilippo
Hilltop Llamas, Betsy Booth
Philip Baker Insurance Services, Inc.
Pinewoods Farms, Cynthia Barkman & Ron Caruso
Associate of Scattered Oaks, Kay Schiotta
Spruce Lane Llamas, Bob & Carol Wolfe
Tufts University, Cummings School of Veterinary MedicineWellscroft Fence
FIBER ROOM SPONSORS
Aids Orphan Education
Faddegons Nursery, Inc.
Heiniger Shearing Equipment, Inc.
Mountain Jam Llamas, Tracey Gaul
Friend of Wunsapana Farm, Andrea Small
Andrea Small & Victoria
Snowy Oaks Llamas, Karen Taylor
Ye Olde Wishin’ Shoppe
FRIENDS OF GALA
Country Quilt Llama Farm, Deb & Pat Elias
Friend of Dakota Ridge Farm, Maureen Darr
Llazy Llama Ranch, Kelly Ralph
Second Wind Farm, Ed & Bev Vienckowski
Sputtermill Ranch, Marc & Sandy Page
We could not have our yearly conference without our supporters. Do you know someone who might want to sponsor GALA, advertise in our notebook, or donate something for our auction? Contact Teri Conroy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518.861.6612 for more information. Thank you!
This Year’s Speakers
Dan and Dale Goodyear – We are excited to have Dan and Dale at our conference! They spent many years sharing their love of llamas…and fortunately for us, continue to do so! Until fairly recently, Dan and Dale Goodyear, Berry Acres Llamas in PA, were among the largest llama breeders in the U.S. For nearly 20 years, Dan and Dale bred some of the finest animals in the country. They produced Llamallennium and Berry Picking, two production sales held at their farm designed to celebrate the joys of llama ownership and to share the results of their breeding program. They’re retired now but they still love talking about llamas, sharing all that they learned, and encouraging others.
John Mallon – John will change your life and your relationship with your animals. The Mallon Method employs common sense and logic to build trust between owner and llama or alpaca. We are so excited to have him!
Tami Lash – Tami is certified llama and alpaca judge and fleece judge. She also judges local 4-H llama shows, and helps with clinic instruction. We are thrilled to have Tami share her expertise with judging, performance classes, and more!
Kristy Brown, DVM – Renowned camelid vet, Kristy will come to us from Brownderosa Llamas in Wisconsin, also home to Leon Valley Veterinary Services, a large animal clinic specializing in camelid medicine, surgery, and reproduction services. We are privileged to have her share her expertise with us!
Judy Ross – Judy is an ALSA and ILR-SD Fleece Judge. Her experience with everything fiber – from beginning to end – will be an inspiration to all of us who want to better understand, and work with, our camelid fiber!
This is YOUR opportunity to SHINE! We all love taking photos of our llamas and alpacas, and this is a wonderful way to share our lives with camelids with each other! It’s also an easy and fun way to support the conference. Enter the 2013 Photo Contest by sending in your photos by October 25, 2013. Get the details here.
Chair: Katrina Capasso – email@example.com
Co-Chairs: Charlotte Sankey – firstname.lastname@example.org, Deb Marcou – email@example.com
Fiber Room Coordinator: Teri Conroy – firstname.lastname@example.org