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Alpacas at Flatwoods Farm

New Salisbury, Indiana

Email: Contact Us
Phone: (812) 364-4644
Address: 2155 Flatwoods Rd. NE, New Salisbury, Indiana 47161
Website: www.alpacanation.com/flatwoodsfarm.asp
Updated: May 2, 2014

About Us

We offer for sale Alpacas and products made from alpaca fiber. Included would be raw fiber, rovings, yarn, sweaters, gloves, socks, scarves, blankets, shawls and hats. Visitors can learn the history of alpacas and about the business of raising and selling alpacas. The alpacas can be viewed in the pastures and some can be petted. At present time we have 23 alpaca and 1 llama on our farm. On shearing day, visitors can watch the alpacas being sheared, toenails clipped...READ MORE

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  • Other: Alpaca

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  • Naturally Processed
  • No Artificial Colors
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  • Live

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  • On Farm Sales

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  • Days/Hours of Operation: National Alpaca Days usually in September or October for 1 weekend, usually from 10:00AM to 5:00PM daily. Down Home on the Farm Days of Harrison County usually in late September of early October from 9:00Am to 5:00PM. Shearing Days is April 28, 2008

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    • Call for Hours
    • By Appointment Only

    Months Open

    • Year Round

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    About Us

    We offer for sale Alpacas and products made from alpaca fiber. Included would be raw fiber, rovings, yarn, sweaters, gloves, socks, scarves, blankets, shawls and hats.
    Visitors can learn the history of alpacas and about the business of raising and selling alpacas. The alpacas can be viewed in the pastures and some can be petted. At present time we have 23 alpaca and 1 llama on our farm.
    On shearing day, visitors can watch the alpacas being sheared, toenails clipped and general care and if inclined to help, it can be arranged. Also, fleece just sheared off the alpaca could be purchased.

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