National Alpaca Farm Days
By Grit Staff
Are you an avid knitter who wants to know more about the animals behind that silky-smooth fiber? Are you a farmer looking to start or expand your business with a new eco-friendly breed? Or are you just curious to know more about one of the most inquisitive and adorable animals in domestication today? If so, National Alpaca Farm Days are for you!
Presented by the Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association (AOBA), this event is your opportunity to not only get up close and personal with this lovable creature, but to also learn more about the many different alpaca farms across the United States and Canada. Member farms will be providing special activities and educational opportunities in honor of the event, which will be held September 28 and 29.
To learn more and find a farm in your area, check out National Alpaca Farm Days.
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