Welcome to Carolina Alpaca Breeders and Owners

A successful Show in the books !!

A special thanks to all the exhibitors,, the judges, the vendors and sponsors, and the public who came to view all the beautiful alpacas in town!!!


News & Events

CAC Show Committee

Carolina Alpaca Celebration Show Committee

All of the Show Committee members are invited to come share some good food and conversation at our

2019 Show follow-up meeting;

4pm on February 23, 2019 at the Afton Tavern355 John Galt Way Concord, NC. 28027

 DUTCH dinner.   Everyone is responsible for their own food and drinks
Please contact Cynthia Wilson by 2/20 if you will be attending.

Thank You for All of your Support and your Commitment!!!!


Education Seminars



Coming to South Carolina
March 16, 17 and 18
CABO is hosting this 3 day clinic at
Carolina Pride Pastures in Pomeria, SC
Sign up for 1, 2, or 3 days of training. CABO members will be refunded $10 for each day they attend.
Day 1: Introduction to CAMELIDynamics and the Science of Behavior
Day 2: The CAMELIDynamics Approach to Herd Management – Have more fun and get more done.
Day 3: Leading with balance and refinement/Introduction to Clicker Training
Register on website: www.camelidynamics.com
Registration includes lunch.

Alpaca Marketplace

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Alpaca Marketplace

Let’s make the CABO Alpaca Marketplace a

Success at Carolina Fiber Fest!!!!!

March 22 & 23, 2019 9:00-6:00 each day.

Members:  Bring your fleece and other items for the Alpaca Marketplace with your inventory sheet to Char Johnson to sell items throughout the upcoming CFF show in March, 2019. Then contact her to participate during the CFF show at the Kerr Scott Building , NC State Fairgrounds, 1025 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607.  Setup will be Thursday and be done at 6:00 on Saturday

CABO opened the Alpaca Marketplace at the Southern Alpaca Celebration last February. As one of the benefits of membership, farm members may contribute their products to sell through the Alpaca Marketplace, which is managed by the CABO board and staffed by CABO volunteers. This past year, 10 member-farms contributed a wide range of products including felted soaps, alpaca yarns, roving, fleece, alpaca clothing, baskets and stuffed animals.  The diversity of products helped to make this past year’s sales one of the best. Each item carries two sale tags, preferably the kind with the separation including farm name, price and item detail, and an inventory sheet.  Contact Char Johnson  at 614-565-0677 for more details and getting the items to them for the upcoming events as well as volunteering to work at the events.

There is a 10% charge to help defray the booth costs which will be deducted from the sale of the items sold.  Volunteers are needed to help in the booth.

Board of Directors Nominations Open!!

Jump In and participate with your Organization!!!

The Carolina Alpaca and Breeders Organization will be looking to fill two positions for the Board of Directors in  2019. The expiring seats are presently held by Jane Clark, and Lori Cherry.  These seats will be voted on prior to the annual meeting and announced at that meeting in July.  Nominations will close 2 months before the annual meeting.

To become a candidate a member must be a current farm member in the states of North and/or South Carolina, with membership in good standing.  An information  document will be required for all candidates running for office.  This can be requested by contacting  nomination chair Betty Lou Herter at bherter66@aol.com.