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Sunshine's Double Trouble cria are on the ground!

Kentucky farm Bureau's Bluegrass & Backroads

aired January 2010

 

Sunshine Alpacas of Kentucky is home to award winning Suri alpacas.  Currently, the farm has 52 suri alpacas, 2 llamas, 2 Great Pyr's, 2 donkeys and 8 Angora bunnies.  Shawn & Lori Malloy are proud to be hands on in all aspects of the farm from animal care, breeding decisions, alpaca shows, to the fiber mill operation. The Kentucky tradition of fine craftsmanship is carried on in our on-site full service fiber mill, Flaggy Meadow Fiber Works, where we create luscious yarns, buttery roving, cloud-soft batts and fabulous felt.  See the mill store at www.shop.FlaggyMeadowFiberWorks.com Because of your  support,  we have grown to be better shepherds of the animals in our care, as well as become a resource for family farms and artisans working to be a viable part of the natural fiber movement.

Our focus is on breeding for healthy, robust animals with luxurious fiber. Our goal is simple, to produce the finest quality Suri alpaca.

First Time Exhibitor Awards

We are proud to have been awarded the First Time Exhibitors Award at the 2007 Suri Network All Suri Fleece Show and the 2008 AOBA Fiber to Fashion Conference.

Suri Network 2007

AOBA 2008

Shawn & Lori Malloy
Sunshine Alpacas of Kentucky
2110 Mackville Road (KY-152), Springfield KY 40069
(859) 336-7289
info@sunshinealpacas.com

2009 Crop Harvest!                                                 Sunshine's Garcia

                                   

What can

you do with

alpaca fleece?

Vote for your favorite alpaca garment at the

Camelid Quarterly

Natural Fiber Showcase 2010 competition!

Alpaca Merino Cropped Jacket

Surino Yarn

Alpaca Merino Ruana

Surino Hoodie

Check out our mill store www.shop.FlaggyMeadowFiberWorks.com

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                                                                            updated 08/03/2010