Full Peruvian Accoyo/Alianza Alpacas

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Most days on Kokopele Alpaca Farm are uneventful. We spend the day feeding, cleaning the barn or pastures and watching the alpacas graze, play and socialize, however other days there are happenings that need attention. A new arrival of a cria, fighting males, scheduled breedings, yearly shearing, deworming and general health checks. This blog is to inform and entertain those who have existing farms or who are looking to start a new farm. Owning and caring for our alpacas is truly a pleasure that we would like to share with others.

  • May 5, 2017

    Kokopele Alpaca just finished our 8th shearing.  The first shearing was definitely a nerve wracking but learning experience.  Knowing there are some who will be shearing for the first time soon, we thought a bit of advice to prepare would be helpful. You should confine

  • May 2, 2017

    We are approaching our 8 year anniversary. What an adventure it has been! To commemorate we are having a special sale. We have twelve alpacas (7 males and 5 females) ready to move on to new homes to become the best they can be. All

  • February 10, 2017

    Although winter is often a challenge for the farm owners, it tends to be an enjoyable season for the alpacas. Cooler temperatures, snow and wind really don't seem to bother them much. Their extremely dense, warm fiber and their adaptability to cold climates make normal winters

  • September 11, 2016

    Kokopele Alpaca now has 5 llamas guarding our herd.  Llamas are known for and used for protection in many different farm settings.  Whether it be guarding their fellow camelids, alpacas or sheep, cattle or goats they are always on alert and protective of the charges

  • Spraying Alpacas
    June 12, 2016

    Alpacas, with their heavy, warm coats, obviously enjoy the cooler months much more than the dog days of summer.  On those days in the 90's with high humidity heat stress is a big concern.  We shear in the spring, put up lots of fans, provide

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    May 28, 2016

    This is a fiber presentation put together by Sherry for AFCNA,  Alpaca Fiber Coalition of North America, where we send our fiber to be processed into products that the public can purchase or we can sell.  Knowing the basics is a good way to get

Featured Alpacas

  • kokopele-gabriel-huacaya

    Kokopele Gabriel being 1/2 Accoyo and 1/2 Alianza has the spectacular dense and fine fiber expected with this combination. At four years of age Gabriel has a Micron of only 17.5, CV %> 1.2 He has just come of age to begin his career and we are anxiously awaiting the arrival of his first cria in the spring of 2016. He exhibits the characteristics of a potentially very successful career as a herdsire not only in fiber quality but breeding willingness and skill.

    SALE: $4,000
    STUD: $500
  • cuivre-alpaca-profile

    Cuivre has striking good looks and a wonderful demeanor. Grandson of Bueno, Hemingway line sired by our full Alianza herdsire Maplebrook Manny. Would make a great asset to any breeding program.

    SALE: $2,000
    STUD: $Ask For Fee
  • ruby-adele

    Ruby is a beautiful silky black with an impressive lineage, including Bueno, Titan and Hemingway. She is calm and reserved, an easy birther and a good mom. She would be a great asset and potentially add nice colors to your herd. Can be bred upon request to our herdsire Maxwell.

    SALE: $1,000
    STUD: $N/A

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