Alpacas are bred in large flocks that graze at an altitude between 3500 and 5000 meters in the Andes of southern Peru, northern Bolivia and northern Chile. Unlike llamas, alpacas are bred not to make pack animals but for their fine wool, used for weaving blankets and ponchos. Alpacas are shorn once a year in the spring.
A female alpaca produces about 2.5 kg of wool, while a male alpaca can even produce 4 kg of wool per year. The cria wool is the most valuable for its brilliance and lightness. Alpaca wool does not contain lanolin, it does not felt and does not give allergies.
We dedicate ourselves with passion to a small alpaca breeding. We invite you to meet our Alpaca friends.
DUVETS / BED BAG INTERIOR
FOR SMALL BED;
FOR SINGLE BED;
FOR A DOUBLE SQUARES;
MADE TO MEASURE ACCORDING TO THE BED DIMENSIONS.
CLOTHING (SCARVES, HATS, GLOVES)
Creams and ointments