Frosty Ridge Alpaca Farm Open to Public

32 Alpacas and 1 Llama to See

Northlanders had the chance to get an up close look at some alpacas Saturday.

Frosty Ridge Alpacas held an open house at its farm in Duluth, allowing the public to come and learn more about the animals.

Thirty-two alpacas and one llama were roaming around the farm as dozens came to see the fuzzy creatures.

Alpacas are primarily used to make fiber materials.

“Alpaca fiber is so warm and soft. That is definitely something that we in the North Country can appreciate,” said the Alpaca Owners Loni and Horst Blumerich.

If you missed your chance to see the alpacas Saturday you can catch them Sunday. 

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