Our farm is located on the border of the Seneca Indian Nation in southwestern New York State between Salamanca and Jamestown, in a region heavily populated by the Amish. We raise suri alpacas. In addition to production and show quality livestock, we sell raw fleeces (suri and huacaya) as well as rovings and handspun yarn. Each year, I harvest suri fleece that has been allowed to reach 10-14 inches in length for sale to doll artists, crafters and collectors. Fleeces are often reserved a year in advance, so please contact me if you would like to reserve fiber from next year's shearing.
We practice sustainable farming (using Holistic Management practices), and are members of a network of local farms working to develop closer relationships between consumers and producers in our area through education, farm visits and promotional events and activities designed to help our members market directly to consumers.
(This listing was last updated on Jun 12, 2012)
2473 Bunker Hill Rd.
Randolph, NY 14772
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P. O. Box 233
Steamburg, NY 14783
Schedule and Location:
Varies - call for appointment or for specific hours. I can also be found at the Central NY Fiber Festival in Boucksville, NY, the PA Endless Mountains Fiber Festival in Harford, PA, and the Balloons & Bounty Pride of NY Event at Wolf Oak Acres in Oneida, NY.
Suri fleeces available in white, palomino, maroon and copper fawn. Huacaya alpaca roving available in white, black, brown, fawn and rose gray. Call for availability and pricing.