The idea of raising alpacas came to us when we visited an alpaca farm in Martha's Vineyard and fell in love with their gentle nature. We started our farm in 2009 by purchasing 2 female alpacas with a cria to be born in the summer of 2010, and one on the way for the following summer. Since that time we have grown to 10 alpacas and have sold 6 along the way. After owning the alpacas for a year, we saw a need to offer luxurious alpaca products to local consumers. We started by doing local crafts shows a few times a year, to now doing over 30 different craft and fiber shows all over New England a year. With that, we hope to educate consumers about the quality and the benefits to owning alpacas and their product.
We are proud to be members of AOA, NEAOBA, and Openherd.
Frequently asked questions
- Are alpacas easy to take care of?
- What do alpacas eat?
- How many alpacas do you own?
- Do you process all of your own fiber?
- Where do you get your product from?
- Do you have a store on your property?
- How do I take care of my alpaca product?
If you are washing something like a stuffed animal, spot clean it. This can be done by taking a face cloth and getting it wet with cold water and use a small amount of hair shampoo. Dab the area until it is saturated and then rinse with a face cloth using just water. Comb it out gently and let it air dry.
- What about returns and exchanges?
- I want to own alpacas, where do I get started?
- Why should I own alpaca product?