— The Indiana Alpaca Association Team

Clifty Creek Alpacas


Diane Roell Paris & Kermit Paris
1161 East 1000 SouthMilroy, IN 46156

Clifty Creek Alpaca Farm is the new name of the former Shelbyshire Alpaca Farm. We moved from Shelbyville, IN (Shelby County) to Milroy, IN in Rush County in December of 2015. We live in an Amish community in the southern part of Rush County 15 minutes north Rushville Exit off I-74. Diane (Roell) Paris, along with her husband, Kermit, started in the alpaca business with 8 registered Huacaya alpacas during the summer of 2012. Originally located at Shelbyshire Farm (Diane’s childhood home) in Shelbyville, IN ( Shelby County) they recently moved December of 2015 near Milroy, IN (Rush County). They changed the name of their business to Clifty Creek Alpacas since their property sets on the edge of the north branch of Clifty Creek. The main focus is to provide fiber and handmade yarns and products made from the fiber of their animals. They breed only a few to replace some of the older ones. They do not breed for selling purposes but do sell some of the older alpacas as pets or for fiber purposes. As of May 2016 they have 10 Huacaya and 1 Suri alpaca. Diane enjoys working with the alpacas since she has always lived around animals. She was raised on a dairy farm in Shelby County and spent a lot of time outdoors helping with the chores. Her craft ability comes from the desire to learn new things.

Welcome to our farm!

Our mission is to raise our alpacas in a healthy and comfortable environment for the production of fiber which is made available for the creative at heart.