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2 Point Farm
6330 Warsaw Rd
Dry Ridge, KY 41035

Driving Directions 

We are not hard to find, but if you are using GPS, it may not accurately pinpoint our address.  Driving directions From the Cincinnati/Northern KY airport:  Take I-275 East to I-75 South.  Remain on I-75 South to exit 159 Dry Ridge/Owenton.  Turn right at the light (no turn on red).  Proceed to next light which is Warsaw Rd/Hwy 467 and turn right.  We are approximately 6 miles on the left hand side.  When you see the large cemetary slow down and look for a gravel driveway with a tan mailbox and an orange cone.  If you pass the little white church you have gone too far.  If traveling North on I-75: Take exit 159 Dry Ridge, and turn Left at the light.  Proceed to second stoplight which is Warsaw Rd/Hwy 467 and turn right.  We are approximately 6 miles on the left hand side.  When you see the large cemetary slow down and look for a gravel driveway with a tan mailbox and an orange cone.  If you pass the little white church you have gone too far.  From I-71 North:  Take exit 62 US 127 toward Glencoe/Owenton. Turn Right on US 127 and after approximately 2 miles, turn left on Hwy 467/Warsaw Rd.  Don't trust GPS, look for house numbers.  When you see the little white church on your right, our driveway is right after that, marked with a tan mailbox and orange cone.  If you pass the cemetary you have gone too far. 


Nancy Lindemood

Email: frankemood@aol.com

website:  www.2pointfarmalpacas.com

Phone:  (859) 428-9220 (H) (513) 218-8978 (C-text is best)


Join us for three days of learning a kind, efficient, safe and science based approach to training and managing llamas and alpacas. Whether you have 2 llamas or 200 alpacas CAMELIDynamics will save you time and make living with your animals easier and more fun.

2 Point Farm is situated on 118 acres of farmland in Dry Ridge, KY.  We are in the southernmost tip of Northern Kentucky, in Grant County, about halfway between Cincinnati, OH and Lexington KY.  Our farm is named for the 2 "ridges" that frame the property and for one of our first farm purchases, a "2 point or 2 bottom plow".  The 2 Point farm herd includes 18 Suri Alpacas, including our top herdsire Eldora's Accoyo Talent by Rockstar, winner of multiple championships and Judge's Choice at the 2015 Suri Network Fleece Show.  The farm is also home to two Maremma livestock guardian dogs, two dachshunds and several honey bee hives.   We offer alpaca breedings, alpaca sales, and we sell a variety of Made in the USA alpaca products.    

Event Specifics- Everything you need to know!

Closest Airport: 

Cincinnati/Northern KY Int'l Airport (CVG) about 45 min from the venue.  

Weather to expect: 

Warm to chilly. Bring layers  

Things to bring:  

Comfortable shoes, jacket (rain/windbreaker), warm sweater, camping chair and any appropriate attire to spend the day outside.


 1. Hampton Inn 859-823-7111  Hampton Inn  is offering a group rate of $119/night for reservations made before 11-4-16. Ask for Group Name "2 Point Farm".    

2. Comfort Inn 859-824-7121

3. Microtel Inn 859-824-2000

RV's welcome no hook ups. 

Area Informaton: 

Dry RIdge, KY is conveniently located halfway between Cincinnati, OH and about 50 miles Lexington, KY.  There are approximately 20 alpaca farms located within a one hour drive, see www.kentuckyalpacaassociation.org to find a farm.  For the quilters or seamstresses in our group our farm is only 4 miles from the "Quilt Box" recognized as one of the top 10 quilt shops in North America.  Other attractions within easy driving distance include the Kentucky Bourbon Trail (www.kybourbontrail.com) and the "Ark Encounter", a life size replica of Noah's Ark (www.arkencounter.com).  If you are a fan of  Cincinnati's unique style of chili, we have a local Skyline Chili right here in Dry Ridge!

Tourist Information: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g39344-Dry_Ridge_Kentucky-Vacations.html


Cancellation Policy:  For cancellations made more than 30 days prior to the clinic, a refund (less a $50 dollar processing fee) will be given. Because of the financial commitment necessary as the clinic date approaches we cannot offer refunds within 30 days of the event.  If for some reason, you cannot attend, a rain check (equivalent value) will be issued for attendance at another CAMELIDynamics event. Rain checks can be applied to another training within two years of the cancellation date. 

CAMELIDynamics reserves the right to cancel any event, if necessary, because of circumstances beyond our control or in the rare circumstance when enrollment is deemed insufficient. In this case, ALL deposits, tuition and processing fees will be fully refunded. Participants are encouraged to consider flight and hotel insurance. 




Tell all your friends and head to...

2 Point Farm in Dry Ridge Kentucky for a

 Three Day CAMELIDynamics Clinic!

*Discount available for Kentucky Alpaca Association Members

There is no substitute for seeing CAMELIDynamics in action…

taught by the person who invented it!  Marty has traveled over a million miles around the world teaching her brand of animal understanding.  It isn’t enough to have a mastery of the material, a teacher must be able to excite and inspire. Marty is exceptional at both working with animals and teaching people. She uses training aids she developed herself along with a variety of role playing exercises designed to help owners really understand their wooly buddies.

There is nothing like feeling what it is like to wear a halter or to be led, to give you a whole different point of view. Have fun, be inspired and leave with a higher level of skill and understanding. This three day event is designed for all skill levels and includes her very popular "Show like a Pro" day. If you have been to a clinic in the past* consider coming back for a refresher and to see for yourself how the method is constantly evolving. 

Day 1 Introduction to Camelidynamics and the Science of Behavior:

The Keystone of Marty’s educational program is the Introduction to CAMELIDynamics.  Learn why CAMELIDynamics is the most popular training system for camelids and is still going strong after 30 years!
  • CAMELIDynamics what is, how it can help you!

  • The Science of Behavior–why doing things in a kind and respectful way is also the most scientifically sound approach!

  • The basics of balance and the physics of animal handling

  • Herding, catching haltering

  • Halter fitting–the magical effect of understanding how a halter works

  • TTouch and using bodywork as means of communication with your llama or alpaca.

  • MORE!

Day 2: The CAMELIDynamics Approach to Herd Management: Have more fun AND get more done! 

Learn how to effectively and calmly complete the herd management requirements of all camelid owners.
  • The magic of the midline catch and the bracelet!

  • Learn to use a neck wrap

  • Picking up feet, trimming toenails

  • Organizing a shearng day and Shearing Tips and Tricks

  • Learn to use handshears

  • Giving injections without restraint

  • Helping your vet

  • Organizing your facility

  • Raising and training respectful and confident babies

  • Using the catch pen and the mini-catch pen

  • Working without restraint, creating and using the CAMELIDynamics Handing Facility

    Day3: Learning to Lead with Balance and Refinement / Show like a PRO!

Leading can be fun for both you and your animal.  It is a perfect way to build a positive relationship with your animal. Showing is perhaps the most challenging environment you and your animal are likely to navigate. This class will teach you how to use refined leading techniques and balance to help you and your animal show well and have fun.
  • Learn how to get an animal to stand still. 

  • Balance, Balance, Balance! How understanding it helps you show your animal to his or her best advantage

  • Knowing how your behavior effects your animal on the lead and in the ring

  • Learning how to groom or prepare animals for show without trauma

  • Skills for the showring showing the bite, balancing leading in the ring

  • Leading with refinement, competing over obstacles, trailering, and teaching to wear a pack or costume

  • Using bodywork for your llama or alpaca as a way of relaxing him before, during and after competition

  • Obstacles and how to use them to create confidence and build relationship. 

* IMPORTANT OFFER:  If you have attended a two day clinic in the past email marty@camelidynamics.com with the date and location and receive a substantial discount on your attendance at this event.  Guild members eliglible for a 5% discount email Marty for discount code. 

*  Current Kentucky Alpaca Association Farm members (voting memberships) will receive a $25 refund upon renewal of their 2017 Farm voting membership.  Not a current Farm member?  Join or upgrade your membership today through the KAA website www.kentuckyalpacaassociation.org


Learn to use your hands to teach balance.

Be the kind of person who has the skill to seemingly work magic with animals. 

Develop a sense of awareness that helps you see indications of problematic behavior BEFORE it is really a problem.

Create a relationship with an animal with your hands that will change forever the way you work with animals.  


Learn to lead with elegance and style

Use refined leading techniques to lead an animal into a state of balance and calm. 

Teach an animal about his balance and create a partnership. 

Learn to be the kind of person that others ask... How do you DO that?  


Join others from around the world that use balance and finesse instead of restraint to accomplish herd management tasks. 

 Learn how to set up your farm to support a sane, safe, kind approach to handling.

Meet other like minded owners and breeders, have fun, learn and take home brand new skills! 


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