Starr Alpaca Farm

Starr Alpaca Farm is a medium-size alpaca farm that produces high-quality alpacas for breeding stock and fiber production.  Alpacas produce a renewable resource of fiber every year. The alpacas are shorn in May, and their fiber is processed into yarn in its natural color.  Fiber can be blended with other natural fibers such as merino wool, soysilk and tencel.  Yarn made from the alpacas is available for sale at the farm, as well as raw fiber for hand-spinning.  The pasture is located next to a lavender field for U-cut lavender from June until August. 

Environmentally friendly alpacas produce an “almost organic” compost that can be used immediately on your garden.  Truly the ultimate natural fiber, alpaca fiber has the softness of cashmere, the luster of silk, and the warmth and durability of wool. The fiber does accept color dyeing and can be used for knitting, crocheting and weaving. 

  • ADA accessible
  • Visitor center on site
  • Trained guides available
  • Located on private land 

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