Ecclesiastes 3:1 says to everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under Heaven
And as the year progresses, we are looking forward to spring. But that is not the only season we are looking forward to. It seems that Mesa Trail Alpacas is moving into a new season as well... literally moving. Plans are underway to move our farm and entire operation to another location early this summer. We are very excited about the opportunities this move brings. And as always, God seems to be guiding every step of the way. So as our season in Wisconsin ends, our season in Tennessee begins. We will continue raising, breeding and showing our alpacas. The mill will continue to produce extraordinary yarn and fiber products, along with some new ideas. The store will also remain, on farm and online, expanded, and with new opportunities for growth as well.
The farm is up for sale, show season is in full swing and shearing is fast approaching. So as we gear up for this new season, we will not be offering tours this spring/summer. Hopefully, once the move is complete, we will open for tours again just in another location.
We would like to thank those in the community who have supported us as well as our loyal customers who brought me fiber when I didn't have a clue and continued to bring it knowing it would improve. I am just in awe of the support we have received from the alpaca and fiber community. Just know that we consider you all family and hope to continue that relationship.
Stacey Skildum is a nurse turned farmer, a yarn snob, gardener and fiber artist.