Kave Rock Alpaca Farm welcomes visitors on Sundays from 12-4. Closings will be posted online on Facebook and Instagram. There is no fee for visitors.

CLOSED: Kave Rock Farm will be closed : Sunday, May 26 -Memorial Day weekend We will be closed the month of JUNE due to offsite events and Father’s Day.

About Kave Rock Alpaca Farm

We are a small working farm in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. In 2012 we had an unexpected opportunity to purchase four, healthy, award winning female alpacas. We came home with five as they threw a one year old Franklin in for free. (If you’ve ever met Franklin, you will understand.) We met a wonderful couple from a local alpaca farm who agreed to act as our mentors.

Fast forward a few years and we have grown our herd to 20-25 alpacas. We offer free weekly farm visits (closing are listed above). In addition, we breed and sell alpacas, offer off-site wedding and birthday packages and run an alpaca foster program. Our line of amazing alpaca fiber products continues to grow. 95% of our products are made in the USA!

Visit our online shop to see all our wonderful Alpaca items!

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THIS ARTICLE WAS FROM AMY AT THE SOUTHEASTERN NEW ENGLAND FIBER SHED.May (Online) Member Meetup, May 23rd Focus on Wool & Alpaca Supply ChainsLast week, I met up with fibershed members Karen and Dave Medeiros at Kave Rock Alpaca Farm in Rehoboth. I've known the two of them for years and they were part of our alpaca carbon farming cohort years ago. A lot has transpired between now and then, in fact, stay tuned to learn about how they survived the pandemic in more ways than one through a blog post I'm writing.As Karen and I were in her treehouse tea house (not kidding), we talked about a common challenge for so many farmers: what to do with the wool they can't use, her alpaca thirds in this case. As I have been focusing on waste wool for years co-running an international Fibershed Waste Wool Working Group, I realized, sipping that delicious tea, that I hadn't focused enough on alpaca waste.I left with 3 bags of thirds and spent the next 24 hours down a rabbit hole of felting and composting YouTube videos. It got me to thinking that we all have so much knowledge around fibers and opportunities to make lemonade out of lemons. Why not collaborate with fellow members (farmers, designers, dyers, museums, menders, creatives) to think through our challenges?So how about this month we help Karen and our other member alpaca and sheep farmers with advice? Southeastern New England Fibershed co-organizer Amanda Cholakis of Coastal Wool Washing will kick things off talking about current supply chains for wool processing.Maybe throw your hat in the ring for the June meet-up and a challenge you have we could all help with?RSVP Boston's Mass Farmers Market Opportunities!An email came in from John Cogdill, Assistant Market Manager for Mass Farmers Markets. The market team is looking to host Fiber Fests at the following locations and dates: Davis Square Fiber Fest - 11/13/202444 Day St, Somerville, MA 02144 Copley Square Fiber Fest - 11/19/2024227-230 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA 02116 They are looking for around 6-8 vendors for each event. If you are interested, then please apply here or head to the Mass Farmers Markets website.Email John with any questions at john@massfarmersmarkets.org More Vendor Opportunities!As we become aware of venues that are accepting vendor applications we will share here. Know of other events our members can be part of? Let us know! Here are some current opportunities: The Pawtucket Arts Collaborative is offering their gallery free of charge to individual artists or groups who want to hold a pop-up exhibit! Get in touch with Carol Proko Easton at carol.easton@gmail.com or call 773-501-0204The Fayerweather Craft Guild is a unique shop in Kingstown, RI that also holds markets several times a year. Craft fair applications are here. Coggeshall Farm Sheep & Wool Festival 2024, May 18th, Bristol, RIBurrillville Farmers Market, June 3rd, Burrillville, RINEAOBA Alpaca Summer Fest, June 29th, Westford, MA Know of other events in our region that belong here? Food + fiber? Upcycling? Open houses? Let us know! InstagramFacebookWebsite ... See MoreSee Less
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