The BAS is launching its third UK National Alpaca Farm day to encourage anyone and everyone to come and meet alpacas.
The aim is to have dozens of alpaca herds open to the public on the same day(s) on Saturday/Sunday September 2nd/3rd 2023.
All interested BAS members have registered their event with BAS and have it listed below. The size and type of event varies according to the BAS members farm and capacity. I might be be simple or “all singing and dancing”.
To qualify for BAS promotion entry to the event must be free. Charging for merchandise, refreshments and alpaca experiences is fine.
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The British Alpaca Society (BAS) currently has 1500 members representing 45000 alpacas spread in various densities all over the UK. We have regional groups from west Wales to East Anglia and from Lands End to John O’Groats.
The BAS is a membership society dedicated to the welfare of alpacas and the education of their owners in the 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.
Join the British Alpaca Society today and become part of a national community, dedicated to all things alpaca. Membership offers knowledge, networking and support to help you protect your investment and work towards your own alpaca aspiration.