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Alpaca farm open house on June 19

BELWOOD - A local alpaca farm will host its second annual shearing open house on Sunday June 19  from 10am to 4pm.

Visitors will be able to see and learn about the alpaca, feel the fibre they produce, check and purchase fibre, yarn, and other finished goods, and, if they are lucky, even see animals being shorn.

The farm is located at emergency number 6185 the Sixth Line, between County Road 18 (Belsyde Avenue in Fergus)and the Eramosa-Garafraxa Townsline.

For more information visit www.HarmonyMeadowsAlpaca.ca, call 519-841-5055 or email info@harmonymeadowsalpaca.ca.

It is time to shake off a year’s growth as the alpacas are shorn for their beautiful fibre. The transformation is incredible. Learn more about alpacas and the many uses for their fibre.

Hand spinners are welcome.

 

June 03, 2011

 
 

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