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Westwind Farm and Fiber is teaching the community more about animals

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(NewsLink) MUNCIE, Ind. — The Westwind Farm and Fiber is a household owned enterprise that has been working for 3 years
now. For prospects that arrive at the Westwind Farm and Fiber will get the alternative to work together with a wide range of animals and get a studying lesson.

The Eller household has a wide range of animals which are all born and raised at the farm. Every animal on the
farm is taken care of all yr round. With offering completely different actions to pet, maintain and stroll completely different animals. The proprietor, Andrew Eller shares more about the completely different animals.

“Getting to see animals and having close interactions with holding bunnies, and walking goats, and sheep
around, even seeing alpacas, ducks, and chickens,” stated Andrew Eller. 

The Eller household will present an illustration of easy methods to course of wool and fleece that comes from the sheeps
and alpacas. The demonstration will present youngsters and adults easy methods to lower the wool, to course of the it and to make it into yarn for purchasers capable of finally purchase in the reward store. 

“Sheep and alpaca, the fleeces from which my wife Kylee processes all those right here on the farm so they
can come out and see how it starts and when it starts coming off the sheep then seeing the final results,” stated Andrew Eller. 

Customer Morgan Stroust introduced each of her kids to expertise a studying alternative to know about
objects that may be handmade. She shared more why she determined to return out and go to Westwind Farm and Fiber for the first time. 

“I like getting things that are natural, we can get the better and I like teaching the kids about using
things differently, instead of going to buy it and you can just make it,” stated Morgan Stroust. 

The Eller household seen new prospects coming in each weekend. They take pleasure in being a pleasant native enterprise for
folks in Muncie to go to. 

“Help build that education for the kids that don’t get as much now and that’s really a big thing that we
want to do,” stated Andrew Eller. 

Contact Angelica Gonzalez Morales with feedback or questions at agonzalezmor@bsu.edu.