The luxurious fibre from alpacas come in 22 natural colours, is lightweight like cashmere, stronger than mohair and warmer than wool!

Alpacas are shorn once a year ó usually the first week in June to give relief for the hot summer temperatures and allow for adequate time to produce a new coat in time for winter.

Each animal will produce between four and eight pounds of fibre per sheering, which is then sent to the mill for processing into yarn or finished products. Each animal will yield enough yarn to produce approximately 4 menís large sweaters or about 20-25 pair of luxurious socks.


  • alpacas
  • yarn
  • raw fibre
  • socks
  • sweaters
  • pet stock
  • fertilizer