Maple Corners is my little slice of heaven on ten acres of Minnesota prairie which I share with a small fiber herd of alpacas, a couple of dogs, a few cats, a flock of laying chickens, and well, you get the idea.
Some of the fiber here comes from my boys, others have been purchased from fellow farmers. I dye the fleece first and then play with the drumcarder, often adding silk, kid mohair (from a local grower) or fine wools for variety. My yarns are processed by the mill in small lots, to my specifications. Handspun yarns are handspun by me. This is a one-woman operation, so everything done in small lots, which cannot be exactly duplicated. If you see something you like, grab it now!
Alpacas love a good dust bath/rolling session. If there is a burdock plant to be found in the pasture, they certainly will be the ones to find it! Obviously, I try to keep the vegetable matter out, but I cannot guarantee vm free fiber.