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    Alpaca World

    Alpaca World Magazine was launched in 2002 by alpaca breeders Chas Brooke and Rachel Hebditch and is now in its sixteenth year. The magazine brings together the hot topics, research and experience from alpaca experts around the world, aims to present the best advice available to new breeders and showcases the products made from the luxurious fibre.

    Alpaca world magazine is distributed free from various country stores and all content can be viewed free online. Back issues can be ordered.


    Alpaca Culture

    An american magazine, Alpaca Culture continually strives to bring alpaca, alpaca fiber and alpaca textiles to the forefront of popular culture.





    The latest information from the alpaca industry including: National show special, European and world news, welfare and husbandry, committee news, breeder top tips, education, training and fibre articles and lots more. Available free with membership of the British Alpaca society.  The BAS is a membership society dedicated to the welfare of alpacas and the education of their owners in th UK. The BAS, via its regional groups, provides information, support and events for alpaca owners, breeders and all those interested in alpacas. The Society keeps its members up to date with all alpaca news and initiatives in the UK.



    The first issue of Alpacas Magazine was printed in 1990 by Alpaca Owners & Breeders Association (AOBA), one of the predecessors, of Alpaca Owners Association, Inc. (AOA). It was created as a publication to provide information and education to the North American alpaca industry. Through the decades, Alpacas Magazine has chronicled the evolution of the alpaca industry while capturing the heart and soul of the alpaca lifestyle. With readers and writers from around the world, Alpacas Magazine continues to be a leader in providing timely and useful information, whether you keep just a few alpacas as pets or run a large-scale breeding and fiber operation.


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