North Carolina Alpaca Farms
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If you aren`t familiar with alpacas, you`re not alone. Compared to most commercially-raised animals, they are new arrivals. The United States first commercially imported alpacas in 1984. There are now more than 150,000 alpacas registered with Alpaca Registry Inc. in North America.
There are two types of alpacas in the United States. Although almost physically identical, what distinguishes the two types of alpacas is their fiber. The Huacaya (wa-Ki`-ah) is the more common of the two; it has a fluffy and extremely-fine coat. The Suri is the rarer of the two and has fiber that is silky and resembles pencil-locks.
Animals are raised for both the show ring and for their fiber. Most of the fiber grown by the United States breeders finds its way to consumers for craft uses - although there is a growing movement to establish a commercial apparel industry.
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Alamance Cumberland Johnston Randolph Alexander Currituck Jones Richmond Alleghany Dare Lee Robeson Anson Davidson Lenoir Rockingham Ashe Davie Lincoln owan Avery Duplin Macon Rutherford Beaufort Durham Madison Sampson Bertie Edgecombe Martin Scotland Bladen Forsyth Mcdowell Stanly Brunswick Franklin ecklenburg Stokes Buncombe Gaston Mitchell Surry Burke Gates Montgomery Swain Cabarrus Graham Moore Transylvania Caldwell Granville Nash Tyrrell Camden reene New Hanover Union Carteret Guilford Northampton Vance Caswell Halifax Onslow Wake Catawba Harnett Orange Warren Chatham Haywood Pamlico Washington Cherokee Henderson Pasquotank Watauga Chowan Hertford Pender Wayne Clay Hoke Perquimans Wilkes Cleveland Hyde Person Wilson Columbus Iredell Pitt Yadkin Craven Jackson Polk Yancey