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Forthcoming Events for WhyNot Alpacas


We are delighted to report that the Visiting Public's tremendous interest in and appreciation of a selection of both our animals and our products has endured for yet another year at the events which we have attended, many of them over many years, including, amongst others,  Orton Farmers' Market, Woolfest, Marie Curie Cancer Care events, Damson Day, Holker Winter Market and occasional Christmas Fairs. The by-now-well-known Star, WhyNot Olympus, has even been spotted doing a street collection for Marie Curie.


Following the Alpacas' invariable huge popularity with the Visiting Public at the events attended so far, their program for the remainder of this year still contains these


Sadly, however, for obvious reasons, as at 3rd February 2021 we are

still unable to commit to any Up-Coming Events




Once things get back to as near normal as they ever will, our established friends and anyone

who has not yet met us may be sure


we shall always very much enjoy seeing them (again) wherever we take our very special

animals.  Well WhyNot?


Note:  Some Alpacas usuallly come along when we go places, as

they, too, enjoy seeing new faces and renewing old acquaintances.




Note: Some of the very few remaining of the many beautiful youngsters born here in recent years (now yearlings/two-and three-year-olds), with one or two older girls either already covered or ready for covering, so as to give birth next year, are still looking for good new homes.  

The 2020 crop of crias came wonderfully well through their halter-training, and have gone to their new homes happy to go on the leading rein, reliably and with confidence, all round the garden, through gates, up and down steps etc.

Despite recent sales, however, we still have several delightful animals on the market, including some excitingly attractive pregnant females covered to give birth in 2021, some of them maidens, others already having valuable birthing and child-care experience, from which anyone looking to start or expand their own herd will find plenty of choice. 

We have no saleable young boys left. But we are able to offer a pleasing variety of exceptionally pretty girls, of a variety of colours and ages, many of whom we expect quite shortly to have eye-catching crias at foot, from which to choose.

(N.B.  Most of these animals are not displayed on our Alpaca Seller site; so do give us a ring and ask what's still available)

So, if you are interested in becoming an Alpaca Owner, WhyNot give us a ring one evening, on 015396 21246?  We'll be happy to answer your questions

Wednesday 3rd of February 2021

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