What do alpacas need? Making money? Pets?
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We won't be there except as visitors, but here are some great 2022 (mostly) fiber animal events.
Tuesdays, Sept 27-Dec 9: Wooly, an exhibit of animal portraits by Paulette Kaskinen, featuring one of our sheep.
October: Portland Textile Month for textile enthusiasts, artists, businesses, schools, and cultural organizations.
Oct 15-16: Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival,
October: Apple Festival at Smith Berry Barn, Scholls, Oregon, noon till 4:00 pm. BBQ, wine tasting, music, apple sampling and pies, kids' activities.
June 23-25: Black Sheep Gathering, Albany, Oregon.
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AJ's Peruvian Champion -
he's got the name and
he's got the game.
Young alpaca and lambs
We reluctantly decided now that we're well
into our 70s, it was time to sell the farm. The
animals are easy, but keeping up the
property was hard.
The alpacas and Fuzz the sheep have all
found new homes.
Our fleece, yarn, and alpaca products are
for sale at Alpacas of Oregon in Sherwood.
The farm has sold.
EasyGo Farm was located south of Hillsboro,
Oregon, and southwest of Portland in the Pacific Northwest.
We raised fiber animals - alpacas and sheep.
We sold breeding stock, fiber production and 4-H animals, fleece, yarn and other alpaca products - some from the Alpaca Fiber Co-op of North America, some handcrafted.
All our alpacas were ARI registered, selected for fleece quality, conformation, and temperament.
Our sheep were bred to be all-around animals,
producing wool for handspinning.
Bridget with the Pendleton blanket she won for Grand Champion Fleece at the
Tri-County Lamb & Wool Show.
Please don't reproduce photos without permission.
Our nephews with Pygora kid, Smoke.
Autumn Sun, our first cria, born 3 weeks after we purchased her dam.
Died in 2019, aged 25 years and 7 months.
Please don't reproduce these photos without permission.
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