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Spring is near, can you feel it?

It is winter or is it not? Seems we cannot tell from one week to the next.
One thing we do know, we are ready for spring, but the cozy alpaca items keep me warm when the weather insists on winter.
Our open dates are quite limited this time of year and due to the mud and ice we are open by appointment only until the grass turns green.
Additional weekend and possible evening dates will be spontaneously announced on our FaceBook page.
We can accommodate special requests, send us a message or give us a call (607) 227-8458 and we may be able to open the store just for you!

Check out our Schedule Below. Plan your visit now!

How about an alpaca rug, alpaca socks, alpaca yarn?
Did your Valentine forget to get you something? Maybe the Easter bunny needs to bring gifts? Maybe you are just deserving of a treat for surviving this winter?
Flash opening - OPEN March 16, 2019. Noon - 4 pm. Please park on the concrete and not the grass.
Railsplitter Alpaca Show and the Illinois Alpaca and Fiber Festival.
Illinois State Fairgrounds
March 23 and 24th.
We will have our show animals there and an excellent selection of fiber and alpaca items. OPEN:
April 6&7, 2019.
May 5&6, 2019
Saturday and Sunday
10 am - 4 pm
Please check back often as more dates are added.
Halter training of the baby alpacas has started for the 2019 show season!
WE LOVE OUR 2018 Baby Alpacas! They will be our 2019 show string.
On June 22nd we welcomed a gorgeous little dark brown female huacaya alpaca. Her name is Vivian and she is a vivacious little thing.
On June 28th we had another addition to the farm. A stunning light fawn Suri male alpaca. His name is Sundance and he is HUGE!
Keep an eye on this page and our FaceBook page for our open days during rest of the winter, spring, and into summerl!
Location: 656 E 1000 North Road, Bement, IL 61813
  Follow our Facebook page to catch our store hours.
We are often around, so if you see us, stop in and we will open the store for you.
Stock up on yarn!
In the spring your knitters love to stay busy, we have a large selection of 100% USA alpaca yarns. We stock handspun yarn as well as mill-spun yarn. Grab some for yourself or your favorite knitter/crocheter for some happy project time. I personally enjoy knitting with super-soft local yarns while the kids enjoy ball games and practice.
Super-soft and amazing rugs made from our fiber.  Truly an indulgence. Worth every penny. 100% USA made.
Check out the socks that we have available at Monticello Mercantile in Monticello, Illinois!
Are you interested in having more events? A Canvas and Corks event, an alpaca seminar, an arts and crafts seminar? Drop us an e-mail to let us know. If there is enough interest, we can make it happen!
We love guests. Give us a call at 607-227-8458 to arrange a tour or special visit.
Weekends work best and we give free weekend tours when we are here.
 Group tours on a weekday are not available.
Attention Gardeners. While we build our customer base, we are giving away alpaca manure.
We do accept financial donations toward the care and feeding of the alpacas. How was your garden this year? Consider using alpaca manure as fertilizer.
Manure can be added directly to the garden without harming your plants!

Our next event!

Did you Miss Alpaca Farm Days?
ALPACA FARM DAYS!! Every year, the last weekend in September.

Shop small this Year!

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SUNDROP ALPACAS will be open selected days this winter.
Consider a unique product from a local business. A custom spun alpaca hat or a lovely scarf made from our handspun alpaca fiber? Alpaca fiber is as soft as cashmere, hypoallergenic and 3x warmer than wool. Plus, you can meet the adorable animal that provided the fleece.
Want to visit the farm and create an alpaca painting?
We had a great Canvas and Corks event. Let us know if you would like us to schedule another one.
  Did you miss our 2018 Alpaca Farm Days? We are considering something a little different for 2019. It will be our 5th year as an alpaca farm. Perhaps a Fall Farmiversary in October?

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