What's An Alpaca?

What's an Alpaca?

What's an alpaca, you say?

An alpaca is somewhat like a llama, only smaller. Alpacas are native to the high Andes Mountains of South America. Domesticated for centuries by the Inca tribe of Peru, their precious fleece was worn only by royalty. With its buttery soft texture and 16 natural shades, the ancient Incas referred to their fiber as “The Fiber of the Gods”. Alpaca fiber is hypoallergenic and incredibly soft on the skin. Most people who can't wear wool are able to wear alpaca.

Come out to the farm to learn some other amazing facts about alpacas and the alpaca lifestyle!