A Local Alpaca Farm Changing the Game for North Dakota Farmers from Start to Finish

KVRR Local News     
By: Jessie Cohen
Photo: Courtesy of Alpaca Culture

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GALCHUTT, N.D. — When you hear about a farm in North Dakota, most have cattle roaming the land while crops like corn and soybeans grow in time for harvest.

But KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us about one unique farm that is utilizing their livestock from beginning to end.

“Neither of us had any idea that we’d ever one end up on an alpaca farm, two in a small town and three vending at farmers market every weekend with stuff that Jessie created, that I created,” said Dirk Monson, a co-founder of Ten Seven Acres.

It all started with two alpacas and now it’s grown to more than 24, but when the suggestion was first brought up…

“And we were like alpacas? What would you do with those?” said Jessie Monson, a co-founder of Ten Seven Acres.

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