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 Clifty Creek Alpacas

Founded in 2012, Clifty Creek Alpacas was born out of an inspiring journey that helped us discover a way to promote and make handmade products from these unique creations.

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Do you have any questions about our work process, or about everything we’re doing in order to help artisanal communities? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

1161 E 1000 S, Milroy, IN 46156, USA

(317) 695-8038

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Who We Are

Check out our website and learn about the unique creatures we call alpacas. We do everything on our farm from raising the alpacas, shearing, processing (which means cleaning and preparing the fiber for spinning or felting), as well as producing quality handmade products we hope you will enjoy. We even spin our own yarn.

Currently our small on site Farm Store is open by appointment only. Our store is being stocked with lots of yarns and alpaca items throughout the year to get ready for future events as well as having items available in our store. Please check out our calendar of Coming Events to see where we will be.

Check out some of the products we offer in our shop page. Not all items are listed since we have too many to keep listed. Email, call or text us if you are interested in visiting or have a question about a certain item you may see posted or not posted.

We work with our customers to meet their requests. A happy customer leads to a happy small business owner! 

​Our mission is to raise our alpacas in a healthy and comfortable environment for the production of fiber which is made available for the creative at heart.​​

We provide raw unprocessed fiber sheared from the animal, processed fiber (washed, carded into batts ready to spin or felt), homespun yarns and handmade products from the alpaca fiber we raise along with other natural fibers. Check out our "Shop" for the many items we have available.

We do provide farm tours upon request and offer lessons in processing fiber, spinning, felting and weaving.

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