History of the Alpaca

Alpacas and llamas are members of the camelid family of mammals. The Paleozoic record indicates that camelids first appeared on the North American continent during the Eocene epoch, which ended approximately 33 million years ago.

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About Royal Oaks Alpacas, LLC.

We are the Lamarche's! This has been a journey for us. When our son Michael had his car accident at age 16 our lives changed. He received a Traumatic Brain Injury and we knew that we would be taking care of Michael for a good while.

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Welcome to Royal Oaks Alpacas, LLC.

Our herd consists of 23 Huacaya alpacas, plus 3 llamas.

We offer group tours for 10 or more people with a $10.00 per person fee. Here you will learn about the alpaca, touch their luxurious fiber, and perhaps even receive a special alpaca kiss. It is an excellent field trip for groups or organizations – whether its kids groups or adults!

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Although we are not available for individual visits you will be able to visit with the alpacas at community events. We regularly participate in the library summer reading program kickoff, usually held in June. We will be at Boonville Days in October and we also participate in special events with the Brazos Valley Farmers Market and special events at Intersections (a teaching, learning, knowledge center about fiber arts); Intersections has classes on spinning, weaving and other fiber arts. We hope you will consider visiting with the alpacas at any of these events.

Royal Oaks also has a farm store, where you may purchase alpaca yarn and other items made from alpaca fiber as well as raw fiber.

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