Little Creek Alpacas

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Welcome to Little Creek Alpacas!

Welcome to Little Creek Alpacas

Here's what's on the agenda so far:

Sat., Nov. 4th from 11am-4pm Western IL Fall Fiber Fest at the McDonough County 4-H Center in Macomb, IL.

Sat., Nov. 11th Altrusa Bazaar at Macomb High School from 9am-3pm. I'll be set up in the main area, known as "The Commons", in spots C16 & C17.

Sat., Nov. 18th Macomb Winter Farmers Market from 8:30am-12pm

Sat., Nov. 25th Small Business Saturday Sip & Shop from 12pm-4pm at Lake Hill Winery in Carthage, IL.

Please note, we are a working farm and don't have "open hours", we are only open when we host events. We offer farm tours, group tours, birthday parties, and field trips from May through October. Email us, or message us on Facebook, to schedule a day and time.

We've raised alpacas for 15 years and offer mentoring and continued customer support with each alpaca purchase. We want you to be happy and successful in your alpaca endeavor! Please email me with any questions, or to set up a time to visit alpacas you are interested in purchasing.

Follow us on Instagram or Facebook for the most up to date information as well as shows we will be attending and/or events we may be holding.

We are a small family farm located in Plymouth, IL - just 26 miles southwest of Macomb, IL and an hour east of the Iowa and Missouri borders. We raise Suri and Huacaya alpacas, breeding mostly for appaloosa, pattern, light fawn, white, grey, and black. Lol, I guess we like a little of every color since we're fiber nuts! Our focus in raising our herd is on good health, conformation, and fabulous fiber. We currently sell breeding stock and fiber/pet Suri and Huacaya alpacas, as well as a wide variety of products made from their fleece.

Little Creek Alpacas was born out of a great love for animals and a desire to become more self-sufficient and raise our children in a more spiritual setting. We chose alpacas over other livestock because they are docile, earth friendly, and produce a wonderful, luxurious fiber that is better than cashmere.

There is something special about alpacas that cannot be put into words. Some sort of spiritual sense that helps you to reconnect with your inner self as you sit with them and watch the sun rise or set. From them, my daughters are learning the circle of life. For example, we provide loving care and nourishment for the alpacas; in turn they provide us with fertilizer for our trees, plants, and garden, and also produce wool that can be made into yarn or felt for a variety of useful and wearable items as well as decorative art. The trees and plants then give us the oxygen we need to breathe, the garden gives us the food we need to nourish our bodies, and the winter apparel made from our alpaca yarn keeps us warm and dry in the winter. From this, my children are learning that you get from life what you put into life. And in the end, we are all able to live together in harmony.