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Barn 27 - The Alpaca-Llama Breed Exhibit Barn

Barn 27 at the top of 4-H hill is a unique part of the NYS Sheep and Wool Festival.  The barn offers visitors an up-close opportunity to interact with llamas, alpacas, paco-vicunas and a few rare fiber goat breeds.  The barn is filled with volunteer farms that come to the festival to promote their livestock breed and talk about their farm activities involving alpacas, paco-vicunas, llamas or goats.  Each farm brings their finest, friendliest animals as well as samples and displays of their farm. 

Not only does the Llama barn offer a unique livestock breed experience,  the volunteer farms provide fiber and animal demonstrations throughout the weekend.  A long time favorite activity is the Sunday morning Llama Parade immediately followed by the Leaping Llama contest!  Children and adults alike will enjoy visiting Barn 27 and learning about llamas, alpacas, paco-vicunas and fiber goats. 

Please see below for a list of our 2013 Volunteer Farm Exhibitors!


Through the weekend Barn 27 will provide spectators with free demonstrations that are related to llamas, alpacas, paco-vicunas and fiber goats.  Please stop by and meet our soft, fiber animals!
 

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Participating Farm Exhibits
 

Burgis Brook Alpacas

As a full-time alpaca farm, we’re able to offer a diverse range of services, always available to answer any questions you may have related to the breed, the husbandry, the organization and the philosophy of being an alpaca owner.

Canterbury, Ct

www.burgisbrookalpacas.com

 

Cat's View Farm

We raise Nubian Dairy Goats and use their milk to make soap & cheese.  We use our llamas to guard our goats from predators.  

Germantown, NY

pbkidd@aol.com

  

Creekside Acres Fiber Farm

We are a small, family-run fiber farm located in Dutchess County offering livestock and fiber sales from our Pygora Goats, Alpacas, and Llama.

Pleasant Valley, Ny

www.creeksideacresfiberfarm.com

 

Crooked Creek Alpacas

Focused on breeding the best fleece quality Huacaya Alpacas!

Poughquag, NY

crookedcreekalpacas@gmail.com


Empire Alpaca Association

Alpacas

Canajoharie, NY

www.nyalpacas.com

 

Hermit Pond Farm

 

Hermit Pond Farm is located in Central NY and is home to a herd of cashmere goats.

West Edmeston, NY

hermitpond@gmail.com

 

Hickory Hill Llamas

We are a full service llama farm that offers everything from fiber, fiber products, breedings, offspring as well as packing and camping experiences.  

Averill Park, NY

hhlfarm@aol.com

 

 Hickory Ridge Paco-Vicunas

Nestled in the heart of America is Hickory Ridge Farms home to some of the most majestic and unique animals, the Paco-Vicunas. 

Braymer, MO

pacovicunahrf@gmail.com

 

Misty Maples Farm

We are a small family llama farm in upstate NY.

Eagle Bridge, NY

mistymaplesfarm@hotmail.com

  

Pygora Breeders Association

The Pygora Breeders Association (PBA) is dedicated to the advancement and well-being of the Pygora goat.  PBA provides leadership in the promotion of the Pygora as a fleece producing animal, pet, and companion nationwide. 

http://www.pba-pygora.com/

 

Spitter's Club

We are a Camelid Club located Dutchess County, NY participating in both 4-H and Therapy Animal Activities.

Llamas & Alpacas

cloverbrookefarm@gmail.com

 

Staghorn Valley Alpacas

Alpacas

Delanson, NY

www.staghornvalley.com

 

Windy Ridge Farm

A small farm that is home to 9 llamas, 4 nubian goats, chickens, cats, dogs, birds & 2 children!

Johnsonville, NY

denise@weingold.net

 

Wunsapana Farm

A llama farm specializing in farm therapy.

Altamont, NY

www.wunsapanafarm.com

 

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