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PHOTOS: A morning at the alpaca farm

Sopris Alpaca Farm co-owner Cory Wesson feeds the female alpacas Monday morning before opening.
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Sopris Alpaca Farm co-owner Cory Wesson sweeps up poo in the pen with the yearling alpacas during the morning chores at the farm on Monday.
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Sopris Alpaca Farm co-owner Cory Wesson drops off a load of hay for the alpacas during the morning chores on the farm.
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Sopris Alpaca Farm co-owner Cory Wesson checks an irrigation line in a field on the farm between New Castle and Silt.
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Sopris Alpaca Farm co-owner Cory Wesson walks a female alpaca over to the fence for a shot of medicine during the morning chores on Monday morning.
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Sopris Alpaca Farm co-owner Cory Wesson checks an irrigation line in a field on the farm between New Castle and Silt.
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A one-week-old alpaca gets a kiss from it’s momma at Sopris Alpaca Farm between New Castle and Silt.
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Sopris Alpaca Farm co-owner Cory Wesson heads out of the shed with medicine for a female alpaca during the morning chores on Monday morning.
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Sopris Alpaca Farm co-owner Cory Wesson leaves the pen after feeding the male alpacas during the morning chores on the farm.
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Sopris Alpaca Farm co-owner Cory Wesson puts medicine on a sore on an alpaca's nose that has been struggling to heal during the morning chores on Monday.
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Visual Journalist Chelsea Self can be reached at 970-384-9108 or cself@postindependent.com


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