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PaKman Farm is currently home to 18 alpacas and counting: 12 females and 6 males.

About Alpacas

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Alpacas were domesticated by the Incas more than 6,000 years ago. Their fiber was reserved exclusively for the elite and the nobaly.

Did You Know. . .

Alpaca fiber lacks lanolin which makes it hypoallergenic which also allows it to be processed without the need for high temperatures or harsh chemicals during washing. 

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Alpaca fiber is water resistant and flame resistant. 

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About 90% of Alpacas in North America are of the Huacaya breed. Huacaya has a wooly, dense, crimped fleece — like a teddy bear — giving it a very wooly appearance.

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