Alpacas for Sale

Attention all people who reside on an acreage and have a love for animals and fine fiber!

Give a gift that keeps Giving! Why not buy your loved ones a couple of alpacas!
They are fun to watch out your kitchen window!
They will neatly manicure your lawn and trees. You will never have to mow the lawn again!
They cost less to feed in a year than a big dog does!
They poop in a pile so its just as easy as pooper scooping after a dog to clean up after them!
They are easily halter trainable, and love to be taken for walks.
They can be trained to give kisses and eat from your hands!
You can experience the birth of an alpaca which is truly priceless.

Great for a 4-H project for your child to learn about animal care, and responsibility. Perfect for someone who loves to work with beautiful fine fiber.

$300 for a bred female | $150 for a gelded male | $500 for a breeding male
They come in all colors, ages and personalities!
Send me an email to let me know you are interested and we can find the perfect alpaca for you!

I'm gonna be captain obvious and point out that the alpacas we sell at these incredibly low prices aren't going to be our top breeding, best fiber producing alpacas.. it will be from the bottom of our stock. However the breeding males are only breeding males for a reason.. you have to be pretty stunning to be considered a "breeding" male in a herd of 300! So with a great breeding male and a handful of producing females you should be able to "breed up" your herd in a few years. We started off with way less quality than our "bottom of the stock" females, and after a decade of breeding we have some FINE alpacas :-) Very proud of our improvements!

So! If you think alpacas are for your family give me a call or send an email and we can discuss a farm visit if possible :-)

XO Leslie


  1. I am so intrigued by these precious animals. Your Alpacas are beautiful. Wish you weren't so far away. :(

  2. Thank-you for commenting with such kind words :)

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    1. Sorry! We only sell here in Canada. There are much closer farms near you I am sure!


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