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Located on the southern slope of Mt. Ascutney in southeastern Vermont, Cas-Cad-Nac Farm (CCNF) is owned and operated by Ian & Jennifer Lutz. CCNF has been actively breeding alpacas since 1997 and maintains a herd of 200 to 300 animals. Widely recognized as one of the premier breeding-stock producers in the United States, CCNF has won many distinguished awards, including the Futurity 2012 Large Breeder of the Year and the 2013 and 2014 Reserve Large Breeder of the Year. In addition to selling breeding stock domestically and internationally, the Lutzes co-own the Vermont Fiber Mill & Studio in Brandon, Vermont, where the majority of the farm's annual fiber clip is processed and sold. In an effort to maintain the highest quality herd possible, 30 to 40 animals are processed annually into a limited supply of fine meats, available to discerning chefs and home cooks. The farm's meats all come from alpacas that have been born and raised at CCNF under the best of conditions. Pastured year round with shelter, the animals graze on lush pasture and hay, and so are primarily grass-fed.

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