More about our family and Kirks Alpaca Farm
In June 2019 my husband and I started this crazy adventure!
We purchased 38 Alpacas and since then we have learned how to breed, how to shear, how to attend markets and where to get products made from alpaca fibre.
In August 2020, we decided to open up our farm to the public to enjoy the Alpacas. We currently have 90 alpacas that people can enjoy while walking in the pasture and feeding the ones that will allow you . You can even pet baby alpacas (crias).
We have a playground area, basketball court, plasma cars, swings, slides and more… Our little farm store not only has alpaca socks, hats, scarves, gloves and yarn. It also has teddy bears and alpaca stuffies made from real alpaca fibre!
We also have over 30 local products available from, local roasted coffee beans, soaps, cards, candles, freezer dried candies, chocolate, pottery and more. We even have Ice cream and drinks of course. We also have farm fresh eggs available for sale. Chickens (broilers) and veggies will be available in August.
There is an $8 booking fee/animal feed when you book your appointment online. This fee covers the feed we give you for the alpacas and chickens and secures your spot.
Admission is by donation and can be paid by cash or debit/credit when you arrive at our farm.
Bookings are important to help us control the traffic flow, not only for our animals and neighbors but also for all of you that want to enjoy our alpacas
***No bookings needed for anyone who wants to just stop by and shop in our little farm store***
Thank you so much for all the support and encouragement
Some more things to do when you visit!
School Field Trips, Staff Parties and Birthday Parties
Mini Sessions at the Farm Photo Shoots
Please contact us at email@example.com for more info