Alpacas are the hottest new livestock hitting the market today. You may have seen TV ads about the virtues of raising these unique creatures.
Alpacas come from the Andes mountains of South America and have been domesticated by the native people there for generations.
Alpacas are similar to Llamas, (and are also in the same family as Camels), but are smaller and easier to handle than the Llama. They are raised for their beautiful fleece which occurs in 22 natural shades.
We have been breeders of alpacas since 2002, and have established one of the largest herds in Michigan. You can feel confident that you will be helped every step of the way, in developing your own alpaca herd, from our extensive experience in the industry.
Each year, we plan our breedings with the utmost care, to produce the best possible offspring. You will have a large selection of bloodlines to choose from, whether you are looking for fiber animals or an elite show group.
Come for a visit and we can show you how you can become involved in this new lifestyle.
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We have lots of nice babies ready for new homes, as well as maiden females, bred females, herdsires and fiber males. We specialize in Gray and Black alpacas, but have some of other colors too.
Our Big Winner for 2017 was our darling Sapphire, another beautiful Rose Gray daughter of Glory, and Frango taking multiple championship at less than a year old including Reserve Champion at the 2017 Futurity.
Reina Perfecta, was our most beautiful cria born this year. She is a gorgeous rose gray daughter of the famous Snowmass Enlightenment and our Glory. Plus she is the grand-daughter of our great old gal Seena, dam and grand-dam of many champions.
Reina was Color Champion at the 2013 fall Michigan show and was second place at the OABA fall show. ~~Reina just won the Blue at Best of the US in Ohio this weekend, March 8, 2014 After being purchased at the AOA Auction she went on to win Reserve Color champion over 50 + Gray females at the National show. And Reserve at North American, and MAPACA.
Read more about her at her AlpacaNation Page here: