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Eve's an elegant gal.
Atlas is a multiple Blue Ribbon winner and Reserve Champion. In 2004 he won the Get of Sire class at the Houston Livestock Show.
Andalgala 8725 Impz98
Andalgala's fleece has excellent density and crimp.
A What? An Alpaca? What's That?
What is an Alpaca? What are they used for? How do you care for them?
After years in the corporate world, Kally decided she wanted a less stressful lifestyle leading up to retirement. She wanted a business that would fit in with Tommy’s agricultural endeavors. They found alpacas fit the bill quite nicely! So in March of 2004 they purchased their first alpacas and since then there has been no stopping them.
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Alpacas were a cherished treasure of the ancient Incan civilization and played a central role in the Incan culture that was located on the high Andean Plateau and mountains of South America (Peru, Bolivia, and Chile).
Alpacas produce one of the world’s finest and most luxurious natural fibers. The beautiful fiber is in high demand because of the low supply of these rare animals.
Alpaca terminology is derived from other forms of livestock, but it also has a jargon of its own.
Alpacas for Sale
An Alpaca Adventure! After the Falling in Love! After the Sticker Shock!
Yes, it is an exciting adventure.
Cushy Alpacas prides itself in contributing to alpaca shows.
Alpaca Owners Association Inc (AOA) Formerly Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association (AOBA)
Alpaca Owners Association Inc. (AOA) was created by merging the Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association (AOBA) and the Alpaca Registry, Inc (ARI). AOA provides you with ners Association. Everything you need to know about alpacas, fiber and fashion.
Alpaca Owners Association (AOA) Formerly Alpaca Registry (ARI)
Alpaca Owners Association Inc (AOA) was created by merging the Alpaca Registry, Inc (ARI) and Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association (AOBA). The registry is headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska and is the largest alpaca pedigree registry in the world. It is the only organization of its kind in the United States, but also registers alpacas in Canada and other countries throughout the world.
Alpaca Research Foundation (ARF)
The Alpaca Research Trust was established by the ARI Board of Directors in December, 1997 as a Colorado, non-profit corporation for charitable, educational and scientific purposes. In 2003, what is now known as the Alpaca Research Foundation (ARF) became an independent 501c3 non profit organization. Since its inception, ARF has been dedicated to funding medical and scientific research aimed at improving the health and vitality of North American alpacas. Only research that is conducted and evaluated under the peer-review process is funded and 100% of donations to ARF go directly to alpaca research. In addition, ARF works closely with the Morris Animal Foundation, helping to set priorities for research funding and providing monetary support for projects administered through the Llama and Alpaca division of MAF.
Agisting (Boarding) $3.00 per day. Crias by dam’s side are free until 90 days old.