There’s a whole new batch of cuteness at a local farm. It’s cuteness you can look at and wear. There’s not much cuter than a group of alpacas, except maybe, baby alpacas. ” The ones that we had born last year are just hitting a year old and we’ve been competing with them at some of the biggest shows in the country,” said Robin Fowler, an owner of Northern Solstice Alpaca Farm in Unity. Three more babies are calling the farm home. Effie May, Riata, and Denali Star are the newest family members. The animals join a family that’s grown a lot since the farm started with just three alpacas in 2006. ” Today we have 28 alpacas here, including eight that are boarded here by folks who have purchased alpacas and choose to board them at the farm,” said Fowler. You can do more than just look at the cuties! You can buy yarn, clothing, and more made from their fibers. ” Must softer and much warmer and are gonna last longer because of the quality of the fiber,” said Fowler. Right now, the goods sold at the Fibers of Unity store are just from the older alpacas, but the new babies will be sharing their fibers by next summer. You can learn more by clicking here.