National Alpaca Farm Days

Come join us for our 5th annual Open Alpaca Ranch Days, September 29 & 30. All across the country these days have been set aside as National Alpaca Farm Days. We will open the ranch for visitors Saturday & Sunday from 10 am – 4 pm. Come check out our babies, take special educational tours, watch spinning demonstrations, enjoy refreshments around the alpaca pens, and much more!! Admission is free!

For the weekend only, enjoy discounts in our new Alpaca Boutique. The Boutique features hand made items from the yarn made with our own alpaca fiber. We also have beautiful, luxurious alpaca items imported from Peru: hats, scarves, socks, gloves, teddy bears and more. For the fiber artists we have yarn, raw fleece and roving in a variety of natural colors.

This is an opportunity for the whole family, so bring your camera and child-like wonder. From the Valley take 79 South and then turn on 371 north for 11 miles to Cary Rd, turn left & follow signs to 52700 Ardwell. Don and Julie Roy look forward to seeing you.

If you can’t attend these Open Ranch Days, then call us for a private tour. Call Julie’s cell: 858-361-6321 if you have questions.

1 Comment

  1. Yingcita October 10, 2012 at 4:17 pm

    I believe that the alpaca breeders market will continue, and has strength. It will not go the way of the emus for sure. The emus had no real end product, whereas alpacas do. The key is the end product, the fiber. Alpacas have a luxury fiber and eventually the majority of alpaca breeders will be fiber producers. The key is setting ourselves up for this eventuality and making it a soft landing and not a hard crash. Those wanting to stay in the breeding side will have to invest in the best stock when it comes to fiber production, focusing on alpacas who best meet the needs of the fiber market for the long term. It is a new world out there for alpaca breeders, but one where great fiber always wins the day!

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