Alpacas are smaller cousins of llamas specifically bred to produce their fine, cashmere quality fiber. There are two sub-species of alpacas- huacayas and suris. Huacayas are by far the most common and produce dense crimpy fiber. Suris long "ringlets" with less crimp and density but greater luster. This category contains breeders of both huacayas and suris. Maine is an ideal location for raising these animals.
Small farm in Oxford en route to the Maine ski areas of Mt. Abram and Sunday River. Includes a history of what it is like to get started raising alpacas.
Located in Waldoboro, Maine. Producing Alpaca and Alpaca fiber.
Close to one of Maine's famous shopping outlets in Kittery, and close to the sea, this farm shows how you can raise alpacas with limited acreage.
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