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This blog is about Alpacas and the investment opportunities.

Owner: ligga

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Latest Blog Posts for Alpaca Farms for Investment

  • Raising Alpacas
    on Mar 2, 2009 in alpaca facts raising alpacas
    Since alpacas are very docile and independent, farmers who are used to raising other livestock such as sheep and horses find it easier to raise alpacas. Alpacas like to graze on open pastures and herd with other alpacas. They don’t need a lot...
  • Alpaca Clothing
    on Feb 17, 2009 in wool alpaca clothing
    A few years back, the most popular fabric used in our clothing is the synthetic wool. However, today with the growing number of green environmentalist customers, the clothing industry is turning to other sources of fabric and one of them is the alpa...
  • What do Alpacas eat?
    on Feb 16, 2009 in alpaca facts alpaca food
    The ancestors of the alpacas in the USA came from the ancient lands of Peru, Chile and Bolivia. They get their nutrition from the bounty of the South American soil. When they were imported to the USA, they still keep their old diet but other kinds...
  • Alpaca Wool
    on Feb 12, 2009 in wool alpaca
    Alpaca wool is made from the fleece of an alpaca animal. It is a highly demand natural wool which is a very good alternative to synthetic fabric. It is very much like the wool that you get from sheep but it is lighter and softer. There are only 22...
  • Alpaca for Sale
    on Feb 11, 2009 in investment alpaca sale
    A number of breeders in the USA is earning a lot of money by raising alpacas for sale to the public.  Depending on a number of factors, an alpaca can be sold for $10,000-$50,00o and some can be sold for higher prices.  Alpacas are becoming to be on...
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