Jeffrey Ebel is a master shearer based out of Western New York; he and his crew service all of New York State, and beyond. Jeffrey has spent over fourteen years tenaciously studying different shearing techniques and styles while shearing tens of thousands of alpacas and llamas across 42 States in the U.S.
In 2014, Alyssa began working with him. She is amazing with the animals and loves the work. Alyssa is a fantastic alpaca shearer in her own right, and even though you may not see her with the shears in her hand on most jobs, she's right up there with the best in the business!
Jeffrey won the North American Alpaca Shearing Competition in both 2018 and 2019 and is honored to be ranked among the best alpaca shearers in the world. He is currently the reigning champion, as the competitions have been suspended for the past few years.
Jeffrey, Alyssa, and the whole team aim to serve their clients well from the start to finish of the shearing process, which means quick and painless communication for scheduling, excellent care for the animals, and high-quality shearing in every aspect.
"Our goal is to give the best shearing services we can, along with bringing good character and respect to the business." -Jeffrey
Alpaca shearers that care
There are many shearers out there who don't focus on
providing a good experience for the animals and their owners.
These shearers only want to show up, shear quickly, and leave.
As long as they get paid, they don't care how everything goes for you. Moreover, many shearers are incredibly difficult to get ahold of and schedule appointments with.
We have made it our goal to provide a better experience for
you and your animals. Jeff has a background in business
management and customer service; combining those professional skill sets with great shearing produces a unique and painless customer experience.
Whether you have hundreds of alpacas in your herd, or you only have two in your backyard, we would be honored to communicate with you
and get you a spot on our schedule for shearing your alpacas and llamas.