The highlands of Peru are home to the vast majority of all the alpacas in the world. The Quechua Indians, who
We are proud to officially release our new video, "Casa Chapi - A Chance to Be a Child." This short film documents a
he Andean Pastoralists of Peru are often women of immense talent with little prospect of lifting themselves and their
Quechua Benefit had a big year in 2017! Relive our biggest achievements with us from January to December.
Read additional information about the Alpaca Registry, the Alpaca Registry Screening Committee, and other requirements
Alpaca breeders can not change Mendel’s laws, alter the number of genes which make an alpaca, or affect their
AOBA judges now find themselves in the position of being the “Grooming Police” rather than having the satisfaction
Mounting concern is being expressed in Peru over the steady increase of coarser alpaca fibre (31 microns+) whilst the
Alpacas come in many colors; on occasion, too many colors. If alpaca breeders do not discriminate against solid
There is a lot of mystery surrounding crimp. Is it good or even necessary? Should the crimp be bold or fine, frequent
The sustainability of the Australian alpaca industry depends on Australians adapting their alpacas to Australian
This is a glossary of fiber testing terminology.
Becoming involved in the alpaca business can be a life changing experience. When people see their first alpaca or maybe
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