Costs: $15/per person per hr. By appointment only.
This includes a short educational time, going in with the herd for kisses and a short walk and pictures. The BHLF store will be open at this time too.
LLamas at your wedding
Cost: $270/ hour/llama or $475/ hour/ 2 llamas (with a 1 hour min ) plus travel and set up time .
Llamas serve as a nice diversion during the cocktail hour while the bride and groom are with their photographer. Guests take selfies with the llama (s) and experience these unique creatures in a very special way. The bride and groom can also include the llama(s) in their photo session.
Photo sessions on the farm for Engagement, Senior Pictures, Prom
Cost: $100/ hour You must provide your own photographer; Photos limited to farm and pond area only.
Rent a llama for a special occasion
Birthday, Graduation , Retirement, Promposal, Engagement, Showers...
Cost: $135/half hour plus travel and set up. Half hour minimum
Educational session on the farm
Cost: $150/ hour
Book a field trip to the farm (Required adult to student ratio is 1/4) 15 max.
Educational Session off the farm
Cost: $195/ hour plus travel time Hour minimum
Educational session on llamas, llama care or llama fiber.
NEW FOR THIS YEAR:
BIRTHDAY PARTY ON THE FARM (ages 7 to 107)
Cost: $285 for a 2 hour party (limit 8 children with 2 adults required)
Our part of the party includes: educational time, in with the herd (25+) time, a short walk, individual picture time with a llama, a craft to make and take home, and gift opening time. Each guest receives a $5 Buck Hollow Buck to spend at the $5 table in the store Or they can just keep it as a souvenir.
Your job is to supply the birthday person, the guests (children limit to 8 plus a 1:4 ratio of child to adult) and the food, drinks and paper products.
The individual picture time is perfect to get each guest in a picture with his or her llama. Use the pictures to make personalized thank you card.
Virtual Field Trip for Schools
Cost: $100 for half an hour
Call or email to set up a mutually convenient time to visit the farm and have a lesson on:
1. All About Llamas: this field trip will involve an up close and personal visit with 30 or so llamas and crias (baby llamas) as I educate you to their uses, behavior and care. With a time for questions build in.
2. Life Lessons Learned from Llamas: This session also involves an up close visit with the llamas while sharing the life lessons learned from them.
For example: "not learning to share can be a messy deal" with an explanation of how i learned that from the llamas. or "sometimes you need to give someone their space."
Andrew Mullen from Tredyffrin/Easttown School District said:
Carol spoke to students in grades 5-8 at our middle school. Her presentation was engaging, entertaining and educational. The kids loved learning about her unique and beautiful llamas. It was the best "virtual field trip" of the year!