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Malta llama farm gets attention, promotes animals

Katrina Capasso of Malta, right, kisses llama Cakota as her husband, Gary, watches on their farm Friday.
Katrina Capasso of Malta, right, kisses llama Cakota as her husband, Gary, watches on their farm Friday.
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A local llama farm has been in the national limelight twice in the past three days. Dakota Ridge Farm, on 42 acres just outside Ballston Spa on East High Street, was highlighted in a New York Times story on Wednesday — a feature on the growing popularity of the exotic South American creatures as lovable pets. The article, with a video on the Times’ website, brought the farm to the attention of ABC’s “Good Morning ...


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