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Mada Vemi Alpacas

Mada Vemi Alpacas was started in September of 2004 with 2 female alpacas and a love of fiber arts. Now, on any given day, there's about 30 alpacas to greet you at the fence and several fiber projects in the works.

Website: http://www.madavemialpacas.com/
Location: Axton,Virginia USA
Members: 25
Latest Activity: Jan 6, 2014

Welcome to Mada Vemi Alpacas!

Welcome to Mada Vemi Alpacas!

Mada Vemi Alpacas was started in September of 2004 with 2 female alpacas and a love of fiber arts. Now, on any given day, there's about 30 alpacas to greet you at the fence and several fiber projects in the works.

Our fiber studio, Plyed and Dyed, is open by appointment and you'll find a wide variety of alpaca related products available for purchase. We use all of our alpaca fiber each year to spin, wet felt, needle felt, dye, crochet, knit, and more. Fiber arts classes are available throughout the year.

Herdsire services are a big part of our farm and our males are kept busy year around. We offer on farm breedings, drive by breedings, and mobile breedings to our award winning males.

If you're looking for award winning alpacas, incredible herdsires, fiber related gifts, or fiber arts classes.... You've come to the right place. Take some time to view our website, learn about our award winning huacaya alpacas, see the wonderful things we create with our alpaca fiber, check out our upcoming events. Then contact us to ask questions and schedule a visit!

You can find Mada Vemi Alpacas located just 2.9 miles off Rt 58 between Martinsville and Danville Virginia. We do ask you to call to schedule an appointment to visit the farm and fiber studio.

For an appointment:
Call 434-770-1972
or email Dawn@MadaVemiAlpacas.com

http://www.madavemialpacas.com/

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Alpacas For Sale 12 Replies

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Welcome to Mada Vemi Alpacas! 3 Replies

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Comment by Katt on November 30, 2010 at 4:07pm
Im so pleased to have found this group/website...I would love to have an Alpaca someday! I checked out your website but I didn't see anything in there about buying raw fibers...do you sell those? Thanks so much
 

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