Arizona Alpaca Farm in Prescott
As one of the Largest Alpaca Farms In Arizona We Offer:
Alpaca & Merino Sales
Amazing Alpaca and Merino Yarn & Fiber For Sale
Peaceful Prairie Alpaca & Merino Ranch
Conveniently located in the heart of Arizona, we're located between the popular Arizona travel destinations of Prescott, Sedona and Jerome. We are easy to find just off Hwy. 89A in the 'Quad-City' area shared by Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Dewey.
Alpacas in our mile-high Arizona climate fare well since we are not in extreme cold or heat. We think its the best climate for raising these fine fleeced animals. We're passionate about applying sustainable practices to our business; we love what we do and feel its a great industry to be part of! Many others have come & gone in the last decade, but we look forward with great enthusiasm to continued growth.
FARM NEWSLETTER - PLEASE SIGN UP!
Don't miss our musings on raising alpacas, merino sheep, fiber product news and anything else that we think should be celebrated, complained about, or discussed!
Sales List: Interested in owning Alpacas yourself?
We proudly offer alpacas for sale that will suit any buyer...we have show-quality, breeding stock, fiber producers (a 'spinners flock') and alpacas that may just be pets. Just ask...we may have just what you're looking for! Because of the number of alpacas here, we are in a position to sell at great prices without sacrificing new-buyer support or quality in our stock. This IS THE TIME to buy! We offer FREE BOARDING for 3 months after a purchase & free breedings an/or re-breedings of females for new buyers of our breeding stock. We do not have our complete sales list online, please email or call to discuss what you're looking for. We specialize in matching owners and the perfect alpaca purchase for them!
Interested in Owning & Boarding Alpacas?
You can own alpacas & never get manure on your shoes! We offer the housing, feeding and care for alpacas purchased & subsequently boarded here. This is an option for owners wanting a few years to grow a herd before they move to their own ranch.
And how about those Merino Sheep?!
The ribbon-winning Merino were a great addition to the alpacas here in 2009. In 2010 we added rare Black Merino genetics. Our first ram lamb was born Oct. 2010, and we have had 3 ewe lambs born September 2013. They are teaching us daily all about the wonderful world of sheep. Email us regarding sheep that we can offer for sale to interested buyers. Lambs may be available in 2015. We're loving this addition to our fiber growing herd!
Read More on Merinos Here...
Calendar Of Events:
2014 National Alpaca Farm Days
**we will not be open for NAFD this September. We're kinda bummed about this too, as we always have so much fun! To make up for this we're going to have open Farm Days in November after the cute babies are born! Check back for date and time, and we'll see you in November!
2015 Buzz the Fuzz!
(Otherwise Known As Shearing)
This is our 'harvest' we will be shearing alpacas around the last week of April (tentatively) we dont know which day at this time. Please contact Wendy if you are interested in alpaca shearing and want to watch, help (yipeeee) or come sit and laugh at us running around!
IF YOU HAVE ALPACAS THAT NEED SHEARING please contact Wendy S.A.P to be added to Josh Klein's list! Were here to help other farmers, and dont mind helping to get you scheduled, but it must be planned ahead!!