Alpaca Finger Puppets $3.00 Each
Hand Knit Alpaca Shawl $90.00 (Only 1)
We are a small to medium family Alpaca farm. We are located on the banks of the Meherrin River just off of Highway 258 North. Our farm is 1.2 miles off of Highway 258 in a secluded area that is great for the alpacas.
Our first 5 alpacas were purchased in 1990 and at the time we lived in the mountains of Colorado. We moved our herd of 62 alpacas to Murfreesboro North Carolina October 16, 2004. That was quite a trip; we had a baby girl born in Indiana and had to get her into the horse trailer with her mother so she would stay warm. Our farm invites vistors from clubs, schools, or individual families. We like to share the knowledge of alpacas with everyone possible.
We are always interested in educating people about this alternative livestock. They are one of the finest fiber animals that are eco-friendly. They have soft paded feet with only 2 toes on each foot. Their fiber is very hypo-allergenic and alot of people that are allergic to wool can wear alpaca.
We participate in National Alpaca Farm Days every year since its inseption. We always encourage farm visits and have alpacas of all colors and heritages for your viewing. We also have alpacas that are great with the smallest of children. When there is a club or school class coming for a visit there will be small projects for the kids.
There is also a small farm store with alpaca products and yarns. Everything is American raised and produced. All yarn is natural colors.
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From: Downtown Murfreesboro, North Carolina
Take Business route 158 east past McDonald's to the light. Turn left onto Highway 258 north. Follow this about 1 1/2 - 2 miles to the double yellow gate on the left side of the road. There will be a sign that reads: "No Trespassing, WWTF" You are at the correct gate. Turn onto the path and follow back through the spray fields till you see a sign that reads "No Trespassing, Mining" This is an old sign there is no mining . Continue on the path to the "T". At the "T" turn right and follow to the farm. Once you make the right you will see the fields opening just down the little grade.
At this time we are open to the public by appointment. Call and we can arrange at time that is good for you. The only time we have set hours is during "National Alpaca Farm Days" Saturday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Sunday: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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