An attractive lifestyle & a unique investment opportunity.

 

The alpaca industry has unique aspects that can benefit farmers looking to add to an existing heard, hobbyists wanting a new lifestyle, and high-income earners looking to start a new business venture. People from all walks of life are realizing that the alpaca lifestyle is something they love.

From a simple idea to a gratifying lifestyle.

There is nothing more peaceful than turning down the driveway and seeing these timidly curious animals in the yard. Along with being relaxing to just watch and listen to, the alpacas make you laugh at their playful antics.

After facing many challenges and learning experiences, we continue to learn and grow! Our farm is now located in Roblin, Ontario.

 

Undertake a new venture or add to your existing herd.

 

Alpaca farming has many unique aspects and provides for a rewarding experience. Any individual living in a rural setting with a few acres of grazing land and an interest in caring for livestock is eligible for ownership of alpacas.

Alpacas have a docile and curious nature that makes for easy handling. They also have soft padded feet and nibble at the grass instead of pulling it out. This prevents the soil from being torn up during grazing. Despite their gentle nature, Alpacas are hardy and well adapted to our Canadian climate.

Shorn annually, alpaca fibre is prized for its fineness, luster, lightweight and insulating quality. Alpacas are easily trained and have a high aesthetic appeal that makes them popular at events and shows.

An eco-friendly luxury that does not require harsh chemicals for processing.

The environmental advantage of products with no lanolin is that they do not require harsh chemicals for processing. Many of our products are made from 100% alpaca fibre that are also hypo-allergenic and can be enjoyed by many who have an allergy to wool.

Alpaca fibre comes in an assortment of 22 distinct colours ranging from blacks through browns and whites, and including subtle shades of maroon, peach and greys. It can also be dyed in a rainbow of colours.

What is an Alpaca?

Alpacas naturally inhabit the High Andes in the South American countries of Peru, Bolivia and Chile. These animals are gentle, graceful, intelligent and they produce one of the finest fibres. After being domesticated 7,000 years ago, Alpacas became cherished for their fleece and were a luxury only available to royalty.

There are two types or breeds of alpaca: Huacaya and Suri. The Huacaya, the most common alpaca breed, has crimped fleece and is fluffly in appearance. The Suri on the other hand has straight, lustrous, fine fleece.

As a result of their prized and luxurious fibre, alpacas have become an excellent investment opportunity. Comparable to cashmere, the fleece is prized for its lightweight, fineness, lustre and warmth. Alpacas are also friendly companion and show animals. Their loveable nature and endearing personalities make them a pleasure to be around.

An attractive lifestyle & a unique investment opportunity.

The alpaca industry has unique aspects that can benefit farmers looking to add to an existing heard, hobbyists wanting a new lifestyle, and high-income earners looking to start a new business venture. People from all walks of life are realizing that the alpaca lifestyle is something they love. 

From a simple idea to a gratifying lifestyle.

There is nothing more peaceful than turning down the driveway and seeing these timidly curious animals in the yard. Along with being relaxing to just watch and listen to, the alpacas make you laugh at their playful antics.

After facing many challenges and learning experiences, we continue to learn and grow! Our farm is now located in Roblin, Ontario.

Undertake a new venture or add to your existing herd.

Alpaca farming has many unique aspects and provides for a rewarding experience. Any individual living in a rural setting with a few acres of grazing land and an interest in caring for livestock is eligible for ownership of alpacas.

Alpacas have a docile and curious nature that makes for easy handling. They also have soft padded feet and nibble at the grass instead of pulling it out. This prevents the soil from being torn up during grazing. Despite their gentle nature, Alpacas are hardy and well adapted to our Canadian climate.

Shorn annually, alpaca fibre is prized for its fineness, luster, lightweight and insulating quality. Alpacas are easily trained and have a high aesthetic appeal that makes them popular at events and shows.

An eco-friendly luxury that does not require harsh chemicals for processing.

The environmental advantage of products with no lanolin is that they do not require harsh chemicals for processing. Most of our products are made from 100% alpaca fibre that are also hypo-allergenic and can be enjoyed by many who are allergic to wool.

Alpaca fibre comes in an assortment of 22 distinct colours ranging from blacks through browns and whites, and including subtle shades of maroon, peach and greys. It can also be dyed in a rainbow of colours.

What is an Alpaca?

Alpacas naturally inhabit the High Andes in the South American countries of Peru, Bolivia and Chile. These animals are gentle, graceful, intelligent and they produce one of the finest fibres. After being domesticated 7,000 years ago, Alpacas became cherished for their fleece and were a luxury only available to royalty.

There are two types or breeds of alpaca: Huacaya and Suri. The Huacaya, the most common alpaca breed, has crimped fleece and is fluffly in appearance. The Suri on the other hand has straight, lustrous, fine fleece.

As a result of their prized and luxurious fibre, alpacas have become an excellent investment opportunity. Comparable to cashmere, the fleece is prized for its lightweight, fineness, lustre and warmth. Alpacas are also friendly companion and show animals. Their loveable nature and endearing personalities make them a pleasure to be around.