2013 National Alpaca Farm Days

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Event Date(s): Sat, 09/28/2013 - 9:00am - Sun, 09/29/2013 - 5:00pm
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one of their alpacas

Looking for an outing?  National Alpaca Farm Days is September 28th and 29th where alpaca farms nationwide will open their farms to the public.  This is a great time to get out to alpaca farms and learn about alpacas, their background, their fleece and what can be done with it, the products the fleece makes, the tax benefits to owning alpacas, costs of raising alpacas, and of course, the babies or crias as they are called.  Most farms will be open between 9-5  both Saturday the 28th and Sunday the 29th. A Slice of Heaven Alpacas, located at 11144 Pope Rd., Randolph, NY will be open from 9-5 both days, as will their gift shop – Simply Natural Alpaca Gift Shop for that unique gift that alpaca offers of warmth, comfort, and softness.  There’s nothing like it!  They carry a large variety of products to cover you from head to toe!

They will have 2 drawings: a pair of Alpaca Slippers for adults, and a Stuffed Alpaca Rabbit for the kids.

Homemade chili, donuts and cider will be available for sale with ALL proceeds going to the Randolph Community Cupboard.  Donations are also accepted for the Community Cupboard.

There will be a bean bag toss where you can get up to 15% off your purchase.

If you are interested in starting up an alpaca farm, they have alpacas for sale to help you get started. 

They look forward to seeing you!

This event will be held at:

A Slice of Heaven Alpacas
11144 Pope Road
Randolph, NY 14772
United States
Phone: 716-358-5242 or 716-499-0494
42° 13' 0.9984" N, 78° 57' 4.1184" W
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