Learn about our upcoming events, class offerings, and fun to be had at both the store and the farm!

Sign Up for Fox Wire Farm’s Monthly E-Newsletter!

Fox Wire Farm Alpacas will be launching a monthly E-newsletter in February. Each month, our newsletter will feature various Fun Facts from the Farm, updates on upcoming events and classes, an Animal Profile on one of our many critters, and special coupons available ONLY to E-newsletter subscribers and that are good for a limited time in our store.

You can sign up in the store or send an email to tmyermams@foxwirefarmalpacas.com with SIGN ME UP in the subject line. Please be sure to include your first and last name in the body of the email. We will not share your information with anyone, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Follow Our Blog: The Nightsong Chronicles!
NIGHTSONG CELEBRATING THANKSGIVING WITH STYLE!

We have an aspiring blogger on the farm! Nightsong, our youngest cria, has made it known that she has much to say about the goings on at Fox Wire Farm of Toano. So, in the coming weeks, she will be launching her own blog entitled The Nightsong Chronicles.

Her topics will range far and wide from the viewpoint of a cria (that’s a baby alpaca) growing up on the farm. When interviewed, she indicated that she expected to not only provide firsthand insight into what it’s like to be a young alpaca, but also wanted to invite guests from the other stables, pastures, pens, and coops to provide a broader view of life at Fox Wire Farm. She summed it up eloquently by stating with a twinkle in her eye, “Alpacas rule, but the rest are pretty cool, too!”

It’s sure to be an entertaining and educational perspective given her distinctive personality! So keep checking back or follow us on Facebook or Instagram for news about the initial post.

Fox Wire Farm Alpacas is Launching an Educational Program for All Ages!
SOME OF OUR CAMPERS FROM THE SUMMER OF 2018 SHOWING OFF THEIR SCRUBBING SKILLS!

If you’ve visited the boutique or taken a tour recently, you’ve probably heard we’re developing an Educational Program that goes beyond the Farm Camps we ran periodically during the last two summers. While we will still offer half- and full-day opportunities for young people (and adults) to immerse themselves in farm life, we have received significant feedback to expand our classes and workshops for every age group and in a variety of topic areas.

You can learn more about this effort and the classes and workshops currently being developed here. Keep checking back or follow us on Facebook or Instagram for news about classes as they become available.