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All Farms with Alpacas or Llamas in The West Country

Listed below are all the farms in The West Country that house alpacas or llamas. These destinations offer you the chance to get up close and personal with these gentle and friendly animals.

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Ever fancied spending a day with some of the most delightful creatures around? Step forward Alpacas & Llamas! Whether you’re after a delightful day out or keen to snap the quirkiest of selfies, popping over to your local farm could be a great adventure. Here are a few fascinating facts about llamas and alpacas that might just tempt you to pay them a visit sooner rather than later.

Firstly, llamas and alpacas are the charismatic cousins of the camel family, originating from the Andes Mountains in South America. They might look similar at first glance, but they boast quite a few intriguing differences. Llamas are the larger of the two and can tip the scales at up to 180kg – that’s the same size as 2 full grown adult men, but much fluffier!

Alpacas, meanwhile, are somewhat smaller and celebrated for their exceptionally soft wool, which is cosier, warmer, and less prickly than that of sheep. Interestingly, alpaca wool is available in an impressive array of natural shades, spanning from deep black to pristine white and everything in between.

Here’s a cheerful thought: both llamas and alpacas are renowned for their sociable and inquisitive natures. They thrive in groups and are quite the social butterflies, which makes them perfect companions for farm visits.

They have their quirks, too! For instance, llamas might show their displeasure by spitting, but fear not, they usually reserve this for each other rather than for visitors. They also chew in a unique figure-eight pattern, which is quite the spectacle to behold.

A visit to a llama or alpaca farm isn’t merely entertaining; it’s also a great chance to learn more about their care and many farms offer guided tours where you can walk, meet and feed them.

So what are you waiting for? Head out to your nearest llama or alpaca farm! It’s a splendid way to enjoy the outdoors, discover new things, and encounter some truly adorable animals.

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