National Alpaca Farm Days Coming Up
We will be open from 10AM to 4PM both Saturday (9/24/2016) and Sunday (9/25/2016) for National Alpaca Farm Days. We will have tours of the farm, give you a chance to meet our 100+ alpacas and our 7 new babies born in the last 6 weeks.
We will also have our farm stand open. We have Barbara's exquisite felted scarves and shawls, plus socks, woven scarves, kids books, nesting balls, felted soaps, cat toys and kids toys, and other items for your use or as unique presents for family and friends. Barbara wrote the award winning kids books and many of the scarves and shawls are her artistic felted originals. Our hours are 10-4.
We will be open at least one weekend each month from 10AM to 4PM with a different activity scheduled each month. See our calendar document for dates, but you can always call for an appointment. If you want the complete Wild Hair Alpacas Open Farm Days schedule please contact us and we will email it to you.
Our junior herdsire, WHA Aramis won his fourth fleece show first place ribbon to go along with his three color championships for his 2014 cria fleece which is a stunning medium fawn. At the last 2015 Great Western Alpaca Show (GWAS) our junior herdsires, WHA What A Blast and WHA Colorado Gold took a first and second place in their respective classes. These two boys are 3.5 years old and they still have grade one or two fleece.
You will love our yearlings from 2014, a gorgeous black male (WHA Dorian Black) and an equally nice fawn male (WHA Chagall), plus two white females (WHA Anna of Arrendale and WHA August Moon). They all have fine crimpy fleeces and great confirmation.
Aramis now has a full brother, WHA Roaring Thunder, who looks like a miniature twin with extreme crimp, density and beautiful fine fawn fleece. Our grey female, Amelia-Cole has produced a bay black male, WHA Sasha who is also very dense and crimpy. Both these boys look to be herdsire quality, but we will have to wait a couple years to confirm. We also have two females (WHA Curiosity and WHA Viena) and three other males (WHA Penguin, WHA Wrangler, and WHA Dawn's Early Light).
Come out and meet this outstanding herd of fine fleeced animals. Over 60% of our 2014 fiber samples were grade 1 or 2. This includes animals over 10 years old! You will be amazed at the calm dispositions and the wide variety of colors.
Wild Hair Alpacas LLC is based in Colorado north of Colorado Springs on 35 acres. We strive to improve the North American alpaca via selective breeding that results in improvements in each generation of alpaca. We breed for fineness, uniformity (handle), and color, so our herd contains most of the sixteen color variations recognized by the Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association (AOBA). We offer free alpaca manure to visitors interested in improving their garden soil.
We welcome visitors most days by appointment. Please contact us first to assure we are available. You can contact us via:
•Phone: (719) 495-6693
•Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Thank you for visiting Wild Hair Alpacas LLC, a small breeder and producer of quality alpaca products. You will find information on our herd of Huacaya alpacas, packages for the new and experienced breeder, and works of art produced here at the ranch. We specialize in felted products from alpaca and other fine fibers. Barbara produces hand-felted scarves can only be described as wearable art.