MANITOWOC, WI – Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center hosts its third annual Alpaca Llama Extravaganza
on Saturday, January 21, 2023. This family-friendly event will allow guests to learn about and explore
these two cousin species.

In partnership with LondonDairy Alpaca Ranch and Black Frog Farm, this event allows guests the
opportunity to meet and pet the animals as they learn more about them. This event will highlight the
unique fiber of alpacas and llamas and how it is commonly used.

While enjoying the animals, visitors will be able to learn from the experts who own and care for them.
Attendees will learn from first-hand experiences what it is like to raise these animals and what makes
the two so different. To commemorate their visit, guests will be able to purchase products made from
both alpaca and llama fiber.

“We look forward to the return this year of one of our most successful events from 2022: Alpaca Llama
Extravaganza,” shares Abigail Winkel, program manager. “The event perfectly highlights how diverse the
agriculture community is in Wisconsin, and does a great job shining a light on the fiber industry in

Access to this event will be included in the price of regular Farm Wisconsin admission. Purchase
admission ahead of time, here:

LondonDairy Alpaca Ranch
LondonDairy Alpaca Ranch, located in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, is an agri-tourism destination for those
interested in learning more about the unique alpaca. Offering tours and educational seminars,
LondonDairy Alpacas spreads knowledge of alpacas through up close and personal encounters.

Black Frog Farm
Black Frog Farm is small family-owned farm that specializes in llamas and poultry in Maribel, Wisconsin.
Black Frog Farm aims to spread the knowledge of llamas to their surrounding communities to increase
the local population.

Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center
The Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center is a state-of-the-art, interactive agricultural education center
located in Manitowoc County. Farm Wisconsin connects visitors’ curiosity to the wonder of Wisconsin
agriculture and provides guests with a better understanding of their food sources and their importance.
The center features 10,000 square feet of hands-on learning opportunities and a birthing barn where
visitors may watch calves being born daily. Regular Farm Wisconsin admission rates are $16 for adults,
$14 for seniors 62 and older, and $10 for youth 3-18. Children 2 and younger are admitted free of
charge. Farm Wisconsin members are also admitted free of charge. To inquire about membership or
other offerings, visit