NATIVE CONNECTICUT ALPACA

Visit the Alpacas, bring the kids relax and have fun.

LOCAL & HANDMADE WITH LOVE

Locally handmade yarns, rugs and local mill.

OUR MILL

Providing animal fiber mill services the entire United States!

About Six Paca Farm

Quality and service have been first and foremost in our production. Semi-retirement from construction allows me the time to involve myself in this new lifestyle. By keeping our herd at a manageable size, we are able to know each alpaca and manage its nutrition which in turn gives us the incredible fiber we all desire.

Six Paca Farm is located in southeastern Connecticut, only 2.5 miles from I-395. The lush acreage and surrounding shade trees give the alpacas plenty of room to roam, yet provide entertainment for all of our farm visitors who come to watch.

Events at Six Paca Farm

CT Sheep & Wool Festival

Look for Six Paca Farm at the CT Sheep & Wool Festival on April 27, 2019 from 9 AM to 4 PM at 24 Hyde Ave., Vernon, CT.  Always a fun day, rain or shine, with lots of good buys of natural fibers from local farms.

Weekly Knitting Group

Every Thursday from 10:30 to 3:30 or any hours in between, join our group of knitters and crafters at Six Paca for coffee, tea and lots of chatter. No fee, easy parking. For questions call the farm 860-204-0386

Our Mill

Our Mill opened its doors in 2013 and since then we have expanded into processing fiber for alpaca and other species, such as wool. Our state of the art wash system from New Zealand and our semi-worsted carder from Italy allows us to produce award winning yarns for ourselves and others.

See Our Mill

Farm, Lounge & Store

Not just a farm store, Six Paca offers an incredible inventory of scarves, shawls, socks, hats, ponchos, mitten, gloves, rugs and more. We carry a large variety of both natural colors and hand dyed yarns from our own animals. Not only do we grow our own alpaca, since we have a mill we also spin all our own yarns. From finger weight all the way up to rug bumps are completely made here in Bozrah CT, by Six Paca Farm.

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