VI Llama & Alpaca Club

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Millstream Miniature Llamas



Lavinia & Alan Stevens
355 Atkins Avenue, Victoria BC
Tel (250) 478-9969 

We offer a guided tour of the farm for those who would like to meet the herd and know a little more about the llamas. The tour will include:

  •  Explanation of why we feel that llamas are special
  • The general history of llamas in North and South America
  • How llamas interact with people and with each other
  • Discussion of the uses of llamas today
  • Meet several of our llamas; experience a "llama kiss" and feel the fibre

You can be sure that there will be numerous photo opportunities during the tour.

Please telephone in advance to arrange a tour. After the tour you will have the opportunity to visit our small farm store, where a selection of llama-related products is available for purchase, including products made from our very own llama fibre. Llama fibre can range from short to long, coarse (good for bags, rugs, felting and ropes) to extremely fine (wonderful for sweaters, hats and scarves).  Other products are made in Peru and Bolivia.


Woosterville Mini-Llama Farm

Pat Morgan
Phone: 250-929-5973
4135 Hillbank Road, Duncan. BC


Nestled in the beautiful Cowichan Valley surrounded by local wineries and the Kinsol Trestle, Woosterville Mini-Llama Farm is home to 13 mini-llamas and 2 alpacas. Just minutes off the Trans-Canada Hwy 1. 
We offer farm tours, llama and alpaca yarns, knitted products,  and photography and gift items.


   Morrison Creek Alpacas


Theresa Schlagel
Phone: 250-334-4527
4254 Miromar Road, Courtenay, BC

Quality alpaca breed stock or gelded fibre animals for sale. Alpaca/alpaca blend batts/roving/yarns as well as finished garments. Fleece, fibre for felting/spinning and yarns for knitting/weaving. 


Country Gables Ltd.

Faye White
Comp 18, Ste 24, RR 8, Calgary, AB

Country Gables is home to 9 handsome alpaca boys. We have mill prepped roving and quilt batts for local handcrafters. Faye designs and creates many one-of-a-kind fashions, including flapper hats, scarves, cowls, wraps, shawls and boot toppers. Beautiful socks, of all kinds, including terry thermal, rib, dress, ladies and children's are also available. Gifts such as alpaca pin cushions, washcloths, trivets, and Christmas ornaments are always popular too!


Inca Dinca Do

Tracy Brennan
Bailiwick Farm
1765 McTavish Road, North Saanich, BC




Quality fibre from happy alpacas gently raised on the Saanich Peninsula. Tracy is a knitter/weaver/spinner/farmer with a passion for natural fibres processed by hand whenever possible. We have a variety of alpaca rovings & combed top, pure or blended, in many natural or dyed colours for spinners or felters. Mill prepped or handspun yarns in alpaca, mohair, wool or other fibres - please inquire.
Bailiwick farm also sells kiwi fruit (available from late November to mid-May) and alpaca manure - no need to call ahead. We are conveniently located just south of the Victoria Airport (up the road from The Roost). Thanks for supporting a local farmer!