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Fleecery & alpaca farm

About Our Farm 

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Maisie Daze Fleecery

For over a decade, the farm that Maisie days flea certainly currently sits on was once home to horses, goats, peacocks, ducks, geese, and donkeys. In 2014 we decided to change direction and began looking into options to replace the horses and live stocks that once lived here. The owner is an avid knitter and was very interested in growing her own line of natural fibers. That led to the decision to begin one of South Georgia’s only alpaca and llama farm/fleecery.

The farm and barns were updated and altared to fully accommodate the special needs and lifestyles of alpacas and llamas. Once the decision was made, within a short period of time, we were able to bring in a total of nine alpacas and one llama to create the very first Maisy days herd. Since the bringing in our first animals, we have had many births and our head has grown to its full potential. Take a look below at the farm and facilities we use to house our animals and learn why some of the changes were absolutely necessary.

Alpacas and llamas are actually native to the Andy’s mountains in Chile in Peru, south America. This means taking special care to insure the animals are able to stay cool and comfortable in the hot and humans summer months here in South Georgia.

We have multiple shelters each outfitted with their own army of high velocity fans to provide our herd with protection from the elements as well as a great place to cool off and enjoy some snacks.

One thing we have learned about our new furry friends is that they love to play in the water. Luckily for them, their main pasture is connected to a very shallow pan that allows them to get out and frolic in the water when the heat rises. Just like we love to swim in the pool during the summer, alpaca parentheses and especially read the llama in parentheses love playing in the water to cool off.

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644 Hall Road, Cairo, GA 39828