WORCESTER – Have you ever wondered if an alpaca likes their hair cut with scissors or razor?
Well, now you can find out.
On Saturday morning, May 18, from 10 AM to 12 PM, it’s haircut time for the alpacas at Green Hill Park Farm in Worcester.
The long-haired animals will get sheared just in time for the warm weather to finally hit Central Massachusetts.
The Green Hill Park Farm is located within Green Hill Park and is home to various farm animals. The farm is a great place for families with children. The farm is free of charge and is open to the public.
Due to health and safety issues, feeding the animals isn’t allowed.
Animals at the Farm include:
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