Just five alpacas left to find new homes.

Asa-fullfleece_notagWe are delighted that our alpacas are finding wonderful new homes. Some of our boys have gone to the Kitsap Peninsula, some boys and girls have stayed here on the island and others have gone further afield. As of today, we just have 2 boys and 3 girls that still need to find new pastures to graze. Apollo, our first born, and his half-brother, Demitrius are two very sweet white alpaca boys that produce a lot of beautiful fleece. Demitrius’ fleece has won awards in spin-off competitions. Our knitting customers rave about the softness of his yarn.

Berkeley_picThe females for sale include Berkeley, one of our original foundation females, and her daughter, Rosaline, and Asa who produces beautiful rich brown fleece.

If you’ve been thinking about how alpacas could enhance your farm, don’t delay. Give us a call and we’ll be delighted to share our experience raising these wonderful creatures and introduce you to our alpacas.

We are no longer open for tours and the farm store is also closed. However, if you are looking for yarn you can email us or drop in to Knitty Purls in Langley to find our fine alpaca yarn.

And, if you’ve been dreaming of raising alpacas now is the time to contact us. We are motivated to sell these last 5 and our prices are very reasonable.

 

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