Our goal is to establish a reputation as one of the finest, most helpful and most trusted alpaca farms in the Midwest. We will work hard to make your experience with us memorable and satisfying, whether you purchase an animal from us, board one of your own, or just come to tour our farm and learn more about the wonderful world of alpacas.
We are still a small operation, which means we will spend as much time as you would like talking about the benefits, joys and costs of raising alpacas. Our focus is on helping new alpaca owners and those thinking about starting an alpaca farm. Even if you don't buy an animal from us, we want to be helpful, just as people were who helped us get started. If you're considering getting into the alpaca business you probably have many questions -- at least you should. We'll have a lot of the answers you need. And we can point you in the right direction for answers we do not have.
Please click on the entries under Our Alpacas to see which animals we presently have for sale.
It's easy to tell which of our animals have been born on our farm. We have a firm policy that every one of our alpacas gets individual attention every day. For some animals that means a big hug or a kiss. For others who weren't raised around humans that might mean just a few soft words or maybe a gentle pat as we work to gain their trust. If you board your alpaca or llama with us, your animal will get that same daily attention, plus top quality feed, vitamins, shots and veterinary care. If you would like your animal trained for the show ring or obstacle course, we can do that too.
We offer short or long term boarding. Basic costs are $2 per day, which includes feeding and worming. Halter training costs are based upon the specific program desired. We can tailor a plan to your needs.
Just need to have your animal halter-broke or made more comfortable around people? We can help. Our focus is to ensure that our animals are gentle both with adults and with children.
We love to give tours. And our alpacas are fascinated by groups of small people when teachers and daycare providers bring their kids. Alpacas are very patient with visitors, especially children. Our alpacas will eat from your hand and are very gentle. Now, that rooster on the other hand ....
Tours last about an hour and include time with the alpacas and also our goats and exotic chickens. Children and adults can walk the alpacas on a leash, pet and feed them. Our visitors can also look for eggs and take home an alpaca picture to color.
The cost for group tours is $2 per participant. There is no charge for families and individuals who wish to visit, but please call ahead for an appointment so as not to get caught by our security system. You can reach us at 608-783-1204.