A Taste of Life at Windrush Alpacas

November 2, 2015

5 Reasons to Be Thankful For Alpacas

Filed under: Adopt A Paca, Open Farm Day — Tags: , , , — alpacalady @ 4:00 pm

paca crowd

Did you know?

  1. Alpacas are sweet and pleasant animals to be around.
  2. Alpacas are easy to care for.
  3. Alpaca fibers are the stronger, lighter and more resilient than wool.
  4. Alpaca fiber is hypo-allergenic and non-irritating.
  5. Alpaca fiber is as soft and luxurious as cashmere, making it wonderful to wear!

We are so thankful for visitors to our farm! We love to teach others about our soft, gentle herd. Visit Windrush Alpacas on Open Farm Day, Saturday November 14 from 10 am to 3 pm. Take a guided tour of the farm and learn why raising these beautiful animals is so rewarding.

Stop by our Farm Store too! Filled with distinct and unusual gifts, Windrush Alpacas Farm Store will allow you to get your holiday shopping done in a flash. And won’t you be thankful that you are able to keep your Grandma warm with a knitted alpaca shawl or give Dad a cozy pair of alpaca slipper socks? There are even gifts for kids and for your furry friends!

It’s always free admission and free parking. Windrush Alpacas farm is located just 1-1/4 miles south of Brady on CRM. Watch our Facebook page for updates www.facebook.com/WindrushAlpacas.

For more information, call us at 575-683-5177 or visit our website at www.windrushalpacas.com, shop online at http://www.windrushalpacas.net/store/ , or sign up for our newsletter at http://eepurl.com/xhiwn! Learn more about our Adopt-a-Program here http://www.windrushalpacas.com/pages/2087/adopt-a-paca

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