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— The CABA Team

Linda & Barry Bolewicz
16430 SW Holly HillHillsboro, OR 97123

AJ's Peruvian Champion

Our 1st baby: DOB 9/93

We are Barry and Linda Bolewicz; we operate EasyGo Farm southwest of Portland, Oregon, and south of Hillsboro.
We started the farm with an orphaned Angora goat, began raising Pygora goats, added sheep, and finally, in 1993, bought our first two alpacas.

And we enjoy mentoring - advice by phone or email. We love to keep in contact with alpaca breeders, whether they purchased from us or from another farm.


April 28-29, Saturday and Sunday, Oregon Ag Fest, Saturday 8:30-5:00, Sunday 10:00-5:00, Oregon State Fairgrounds, Salem.

May, Saturday, 10:00-4:00: Mission Mill Sheep to Shawl, Salem OR. Crafts, music, animals, demos of tools and traditions from the past. Our alpacas will get shorn, and we'll have fleece, yarn, shawls, socks, and more for sale.

May 26-27, Saturday and Sunday: Memorial Day weekend, 10:00-4:00, Shearing Day and Fiber Sale at Alpacas of Oregon in Sherwood. Take a fiber break from the annual Wineries Tour.

June, Friday-Sunday: Alpacas at the Gathering at the Black Sheep Gathering, Linn County Fairgrounds, Albany OR. Vendor and alpaca spaces available; contact us for more information.

Farm Terms & Financing

We are members and supporters of

AOA: Alpaca Owners Association

CABA: Columbia Alpaca Breeders Association

AAWO: Alpaca Association of Western Oregon

ALBC: American Livestock Breeds Conservancy

NCWGA: Natural Colored Wool Growers Association

We serve on several committees and volunteer at local and national shows.
In addition, Linda coordinated the Alpaca Country Faire, the alpaca exhibit at our county fair, and the AWE and AAWO SpinOffs; Barry has been elected CABA's President and Secretary and is currently on the AAWO Board.


We are well into our 70s, and while the alpacas are easy, the property upkeep is hard. We have reluctantly decided to sell the farm.

All the alpacas have been sold. Our fleece, yarn, and other products are on consignment at Alpacas of Oregon and Alpaca Fancy.

The alpaca pictured under the cherry tree is Autumn Sun, our first cria, born three weeks after we bought her mother. Still going strong at Aragon Alpacas.