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Alpacas and the environment: How these incredible animals help the planet




Did you know that alpacas are not only cute and friendly, but they are also beneficial for the environment? Indeed, alpaca breeding is an ecological and sustainable practice, both for breeders and for consumers of its fiber.


Alpacas have a lower impact on the environment than other types of farming, such as cows or sheep. They have soft hooves and do not damage pasture soles as much. They require less drinking water and food than other livestock. Additionally, alpaca manure is an excellent fertilizer that can be used to fertilize and enrich the soil to promote plant growth.

Alpaca fiber is a responsible choice for consumers because it is a renewable resource that can be collected without harming animal health. It is also biodegradable. This means that alpaca fiber products do not contribute to the growing problem of textile waste, an important environmental issue.


We are committed to informing visitors about the many ecological benefits of alpacas during their visit to the farm. We also offer classes and workshops on sustainable farming practices and the benefits of using alpaca fiber. Our discovery days allow participants to observe breeding practices, the care given to alpacas and to learn the benefits that these exceptional animals have on the environment.


By favoring derived products made with alpaca wool, consumers are taking a concrete action to protect the environment while enjoying the many benefits of this refined fiber. By supporting the agricultural and ecotourism activities of farms like ours, visitors can learn more about sustainable processes and the essential role that alpacas play in preserving the planet.


Come visit our farm and discover our friendly alpacas who are just as cute as they are environmentally friendly. You will leave with a new appreciation for these extraordinary animals and an understanding of their role in promoting biodiversity for a healthier planet for future generations.

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