We moved to Telford in 1971 so Linda could increase her breeding and training of horses. As time moved on, the need to diversify became clear. Working through this process led us to raising different kinds of animals, from horses to emus, before we found the gentle alpacas. Our interest grew quickly after doing more research and talking with many alpaca owners. This research helped us see the investment potential in the animals and the fiber market. We settled on these magnificent animals in 1999 and find them to be gentle and easy to handle. These qualities make them a good animal to work with people of all ages, from little children to seniors like Mom.
Mom with Hilary and Buster Brown
All of our alpacas are ARI registered. We breed for conformation, color, temperament, and quality fiber. Our breeding animals have bloodlines from Peruvian Hemingway G171, Mr. Antonio, Dark Shadow, Condor, PA Allegheny, Inca Legendís Promise, HDF Alfie, Gallagher S665 AOA, PPeruvian Pluro G4571 and other ribbon winners. Our herdsires are all proven. We offer breeding discounts for small farms.
Our five proven females have produced many fine crias. We are very pleased with the crias our breeding program has produced this year. To see the variety of color in the offspring, click on the herd page, choose an animal, and click on the picture to see an enlargement of the animal and the photo array of the cria(s) produced by the animal selected.
Please check for new items on the Alpaca Products page. We add new and different items from time to time, so check back often.
We are members of AOBA, MAPACA, ARI, SAFONA, New England Alpaca Fiber Pool Inc. and Alpaca Nation. You will also find us listed on the Alpaca Farm Directory.
As you visit these sites you will be able to learn more about alpacas and the alpaca industry. These organizations will also post the calendar of events around your area and in the United States as well as lists of other alpaca farms.
If coming from Route 309, go 4 miles north on Route 113, go to the traffic light at School House Road. Turn right onto School House Road. Go to the stop sign and turn right onto Indian Creek Road and we are just a short distance up the hill on the left side. 729 is on the mail box.
If coming from Route 73, we are just over 4 miles South on Route 113, go to the traffic light at School House Road and turn left. Go to the stop sign and turn right onto Indian Creek Road. We are just a short distance up the hill on the left side. 729 is on the mail box.
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