HighTales Alpaca Farm
Exotic New Brunswick Alpaca Fibre
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Alpacas are native to South America.  There are approximately 4 million in the world, the majority in Peru, and other South American countries.  There are approximately 40,000 alpacas in Canada.
There are four members of the South American Camelid family.  Llamas are probably more commonly known than alpacas.  Both are domesticated.  The wild members of the family are Vicuna and Guanaco.  South American Camelids are related to the camel family.


The picture is some of our younger boys.
While we call this section E-Catalog, we find we are able to put images and details for our products on our  Facebook page much easier.
We are delighted to introduce you to our new “Shop” on our Facebook.  We ship items through the postal service.  The cost of postage will depend upon the weight of items to be sent.  We include our brochure that contains the wash instructions, and also a photo of the alpaca, llama or “group” photo of the beauties that grew the fiber in the finished product.  We take orders, however if items are for Christmas, orders must be placed early.  We accept payment using Interac e-transfer.
Measurements (in inches) are needed for knitted item, as follows:

     Measure the circumference of head.
Measure hand from base of hand to tip of longest finger.