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Windrush Alpacas

Where alpacas are our passion and fleece is our future

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Open Farm Days

Visit Our Alpacas and Learn All About Them


Join us for our next
Open Farm Day Experience
on
Saturday
June 10, 2017

from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m!

At Windrush Alpacas we would love to introduce you to the exciting and wonderful world of alpacas!
  • Have you ever met a real, live alpaca?
  • Have you ever wanted to touch one?
  • Do you know how soft their fleece feels?
  • Do you know how warm alpaca fleece socks are?
  • Do you know what an alpaca cria is?
  • Do you have any idea how an alpaca farm is managed?

 
Learn all of this and more through our free guided pasture tours and educational demonstrations. Experience how friendly alpacas can be and see how they interact. Then relax and enjoy free light refreshments - including some very special alpaca themed coffee!

Top off your experience browsing our farm store and the multitude of alpaca fiber products made from our very own alpacas! Just some of the things you'll find are:

  • Our famous socks - like clouds on your feet!
  • cozy gloves
  • hand-loomed rugs
  • yarns
  • needle felting kits
  • and alpaca fiber bird-nesting balls.

Tell your friends! Tell your neighbors! And come out for an out-of-the-ordinary, fun, family adventure! Our next event is scheduled for June 10, 2017. Click here to see the June 10, 2017 Open Farm Day Flyer.pdf

Do & Don't


Do bring a camera.

Do bring your entire family.

Do wear closed-toe shoes.

Do wear sunscreen.

Do wear sunglasses and/or a hat if you find being in the sun too bright.

Do pack a sack lunch and bring chairs if you want to picnic among the pacas.

Please don't bring the family dog - alpacas are frightened of them.

Please don't feed the alpacas.

Don't worry about road conditions - we are on a paved road and easily accessible.





Special Mention:


Thank you Melany Sarafis for her talent of capturing the alpacas on film. Visitwww.flickr.com/melanysfor more information.



Updated May 25, 2017