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Great alpaca farm in Virginia. They had a variety of goods in their store made with alpaca fiber. Some were made from the fiber of their own alpacas and some imported from Peru. Many different mittens, hats, scarves, shawls, stuffed animals, sweaters, and socks. Janice, one of the owners, also does some of her own weaving and dying of the fibers. The alpacas were adorable and friendly and there were 5 baby alpacas! You can tell they are very well taken care of. The owners offer a wealth of information and love to share it with others.
Wonderfully gracious hosts, and we loved visiting the alpaca wool shop.
Loved visiting this alpaca farm and store. Janis, the owner was so helpful when explaining the products they sell. Her love for these beautiful animals is evident. We were able to see them up close in the barn, and they are beautiful!
A must see farm! Janice was very friendly and knowledgeable about her alpacas. We were able to feed and pet them. They are so much softer than I had imagined. Such sweet animals. We bought a few interesting gifts in her store that you could not find elsewhere. Perfect for those “hard to buy for” people! A lot of the items are made from the fiber of her alpacas. The views on her farm are simply beautiful.
Nice shop. Variety of items. Cute Alpacas.
On a visit to Lexington today we came across the weekly farmer's market. I was thrilled to find Ridge Valley's booth, with gorgeous yarn, fiber, and finished goods. From hand-knit hats, socks, scarves, and jackets to high quality hiking socks everything was soft and beautiful and made from their own alpaca herd. Janis was very helpful and interesting to talk to. My daughter already took the socks I bought, so I'm going to have to figure out how to get some more!
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Ridge Valley Alpacas, LLC
Janis and John Conlon
1458 Sterrett Road, Fairfield, VA 24435