A Brief History
In 2012, we purchased our first 3 pet Alpacas, as an experiment to help 'mow' the grass.
We instantly fell in love and found them very easy to take care of, so began increasing our herd size.We purchased some breeding females and stud males from local Alpaca breeders. We now have 35 Alpacas in our herd, all registered with the British Alpaca Society (BAS).
The Farm
Our family run farm is located on the North coast of Gower, South Wales and has been in the family for 4 generations.
We strictly follow guidelines set by the BAS, to provide the highest standard of animal welfare.
By breeding happy, healthy, and loved Alpacas, we can utilize the softness and versatility of Alpaca wool.
The Wool
We produce double knitting yarns, all in natural colours, that are even traceable back to the Alpaca that it came from.
As well as this, we also create garments, soft toys and felted items for sale, to demonstrate what can be achieved with Alpaca wool.
We have colours available in white, fawn, and brown.
ABOUT ALPACAS Thinking about getting your own Alpacas? Here's some know-how

The Basics

There are two breeds of Alpaca, both belonging to the Camelid family: Huacaya (Wah-ki-ah) and Suri. We mostly keep Huacaya.

The adult males are called Machos, and the babies are called Cria.

The females are pregnant for around 335 days. Being kind and considerate animals, they usually give birth in daylight hours.

There are 22 recognised colours of Alpaca wool, including white – fawn – grey – brown and black. Their fleece is hypo-allergenic and much softer than sheep wool.

Alpacas are quiet and calming animals, with a gentle nature and kind personality. They are easy to handle and with some training can be halter trained.

Alpacas have a strong herding instinct, so it’s essential that they live with at least 2 other Alpacas.

Alpaca Care

This information is purely advisory, and should not replace any information you may receive from your vet.

Due to the lack of sunlight during the UK winter months, Alpacas require a monthly drench of Vitamins A, D and E, to prevent rickets. For worming, it is best to send off a faecal sample for testing, so that the best worming drench can be chosen appropriately. Generally, worming is carried out twice a year, in spring and autumn. At shearing time, each Alpaca must be vaccinated for clostridial diseases. Please check with your vet which is required for your area. It is vitally important to measure the correct dosage for medicines or vaccines for your Alpaca, to ensure that they are receiving the correct amount.

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Alpacas on the farm


Pet Boys for Sale


Studs for Service