Funny Farm Alpacas

Funny Farm Alpacas, Lecanto: Address, Phone Number, Funny Farm Alpacas Reviews: 4/5

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Debraalford
Inverness, FL10 contributions
Definitely recommend
Aug 2020 • Family
My granddaughter and I visited a Funny Farm Alpaca farm today. The owners were eager to answer all our questions and gave us hands full of treats to feed them. Walked right in with them and petted the ones that were willing. Some were real pigs and followed us around. Also had a nice gift shop where we purchased a few items.
Written August 9, 2020
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langston64
Florida99 contributions
Enjoyable visit with Grand children to see and feed the Alpacas.
Dec 2019
We had been once before but could not get all the grandchildren together to visit. This time we took the whole crew and they had a blast. The Alpacas were friendly to the children and feeding them was fun for them. We will attend this again next year.
Written December 22, 2019
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Lecano_FlStan43
Lecanto, FL383 contributions
Nice Visit
Jan 2017 • Couples
This is a small family operated alpaca farm offering periodic tours to the community. They also sell items made by others. The owners are quite friendly and very knowledgeable. Alpacas are quite timid and will normally avoid contact with strangers. It was an interesting and an enjoyable time.
Written August 11, 2017
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Sondra M
Homosassa, FL19 contributions
Wanted to see Alpacas up close.
Dec 2016 • Friends
This is a family farm, and most of the Alpacas do not want to be touched by humans (except owners). This was not a problem shince we could just stand and watch them all day - very cute. They also help poor women in poor countries by sending the sheered wool and having the women knit beautiful garmets. The garmets are sold on property, and profits sent back to women.
Written January 26, 2017
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Janis G
Florida61 contributions
llamas!
Jan 2016 • Family
Went for the day to see and feed the alpaca's. The host and hostess were very kind and made us feel very comfortable and educated us . We were absolutely amazed and had a wonderful experience
Written March 26, 2016
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Ruth S
Beverly Hills, FL120 contributions
Great place and nice items for sale
Mar 2016 • Couples
We were given a tour of the Alpaca farm and got to feed them. I bought a Teddy Bear and Slipper Socks and they even ship items if you need to.
Written March 3, 2016
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viatorterrarum
Alabama47 contributions
Walk among the animals
Dec 2015 • Family
We went on a day when the farm was open to the public and it was great! A lot of the alpacas were out of their pens and mingling with the visitors! They are not particularly friendly unless you have a treat, but if you stand still they will come close to you and sniff you around. A staff member allowed us to feed them and walk around an open area where the animals were. You might be lucky to touch one for a second or two, they are pretty skittish animals, but that will be good enough for your kids, they will love it! You can also visit the small gift shop where they sell Alpaca wool and items made from it. We really enjoyed our visit, but I think it was a special occasion, I don't think they are open like that every day. Call in advance or check the local papers, this is how we found out.
Written February 2, 2016
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CostaRicaMama
Homosassa, FL45 contributions
Don't Bother
Jan 2016 • Couples
There are some alpacas in a pen with their young. Some just grazing in the fields. You are not allowed to touch them, just look. The place is run down and unappealing. I would only recommend if you have never seen an alpaca or are not interested in learning anything and/or feeling their coats!
Written January 2, 2016
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