Our Huacaya alpacas are kept for their award-winning fiber. We love their odd personalities and silly movements as they frolic around the fields.
Each of our alpacas has a unique personality. When we first got our alpacas, Edith, who we affectionately call #20 from her tag number, broke her leg. Her break was in a location that could not be splinted or operated on, and the hopes of her recovery were low. She was a baby, and has made such a strong rebound, and has rejoined the rest of the flerd (flock/herd), and is a very happy and social alpaca.
Our alpaca fiber is cleaned at our farm, and then turned into roving and yarn at the Mora Valley Spinning Mill, one of the oldest spinning mills in the country, and the only nonprofit mill west of the Mississippi. They not only do incredible work, making beautiful yarn, but they are doing amazing community outreach and economic development.
We offer our yarn in a variety of natural colors and local-plant-dyed colors from Pyramid Dyeworks.