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Triple B Ranch


The Triple B Ranch, located in scenic Putnam Valley, NY, is the year-round home to the Bennett family and The Famous Hudson Valley Llamas. The farm, nestled in a small valley located near the top of a mountain, and situated in the midst of acres of woods and hills, includes a small farmhouse, open meadows and fenced pastures, a small barn, riding ring, and a koi pond. Apples and peaches grow on the trees, turtles and frogs bask in the water, and the llamas roam as they please. It is a sanctuary, both for the llamas and our family. It is a place where the llamas need feel no fear, nor hunger, nor pain. They can awaken, live, and go to sleep knowing that all is - and will be - well.

Hawks circle overhead, pheasants and wild turkey scurry about, and white-tailed deer abound. At night, the owls and coyote remind us that not everyone is asleep, while the closer chirp of frogs and crickets keep the rhythm of the night. The Empire State Building in the heart of New York City is just 60 miles away - but it might as well be on another continent. From a nearby peak, just a short hike up the mountain, you can actually see Manhattan on a clear day, as well as the Palisades along the Hudson River. But the Triple B Ranch is a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The most noticeable difference, aside from the absence of tall buildings and a few million people, is the noise. Here, there is rarely a sound other than the breeze through the trees, and the wildlife. And the llamas, beautiful as they are, rarely have much to say - they speak to us in different ways.






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