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Mager Mountain Alpacas

Farming with a feminine touch

Sue and Paul Mager
69 Mountain View DriveLittle Valley, NY 14755
7169389077
7162443543, 7168016322
Fax: 7169389077

Links

Here are some links to sites we feel will give you more information about the alpaca industry and what it's all about. Click on any picture below and a new browser will pop up, taking you to that site without leaving us!

Welcome to an experience you will not soon forget. Please take a leisurely stroll through our Amish Trail website where you'll see breathtaking images and learn a little about our area of Western New York. This hidden gem is just waiting for you to come and get caught up in an entirely different way of life.

     
     
        
 

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Ellicottville is western New York's year-round playground. You can ski Holiday Valley and HoliMont resorts during the winter, but the fun doesn't stop there! Throughout the year the recreational activities are never ending! Golfing, mountain biking, festivals...a rodeo, Summer Festival of the Arts, Oldies Weekend, and many more! Click to the left and see a list of our events and then browse our site to learn about our enchanting village.

       
         

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