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.
Like many of the features of breeding, prepotency is only understood in part, but happily enough is known regarding it
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This article shares additional information about pregnant females and their estimated value.
I have, with the help of Bill Graham, created a Suri Selection Tool that, with a few key strokes, allows suri breeders
The textile market is dominated by sheep wool. All other animal fiber, including alpaca, is known as “specialty
Alpacas are one of North America’s newest livestock breeds. There were few, if any, alpacas in the U.S. when Ronald
By Mike Safley The Quechua Indians are basically animistic in their religious beliefs. Their gods are called Apus and
It is every breeder’s dream to select and breed beautiful, productive alpacas. If you closed your eyes and
This story begins in a 19th century garden of sweet peas, tended by an Austrian monk named Gregor Mendel. Mendel the
By Linda Cortright (Reprinted from Wild Fibers Magazine, Spring 2005) Mike Safley is one of the leading doyens of the
By Libby Forstner, President Alpaca Registry, Inc. The Alpaca Registry, Inc. s(ARI) Board of Directors has had a number
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