Our Alpaca Herd

Below is a small selection of female Alpacas from our eighty-plus Alpaca herd.
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Bred by EP Cambridge in Australia, Francesca has a beautiful Accoyo face, looks elegant and moves with supreme grace.


Bred in Australia, Hazel has good colour consistency on her dam’s side. Her fleece, solid medium fawn, at 18.1 microns (two years old) is outstanding with only 0.7% over 30 microns and a high frequency crimp of 7½ to the inch.


There are white fleeces and then there is Iquita’s fleece. When young her fleece glowed with a dazzlingly brightness and was tightly crimped right throughout from her tail, under her tummy through to her topknot.


Jameelia whom we thought was chocolate brown at birth, a colour we have always wanted, turned out to be bay black. She is the fortuitous result of covering her mid-grey dam with a full Accoyo white sire.


Katarina was born by caesarean section as night fell after her dam had a torsion of the uterus. She was as bright as a button even although displaying slight signs of pre-maturity at 324 days gestation.


Keiko meaning adored one in Japanese is definitely adored as her dam, Hazel, while pregnant with Keiko, developed an ulcer after her trials coming from Australia; our vets weren’t coming up with the right answers, so Hazel was shipped off with a friend to the veterinary hospital where she was cured.…

La Luna

La Luna has fleece characteristics of a top flight white fleece – fineness, density and character to the end of the staples. The brightness in her fleece can be seen on the surface as she walks around the field.


Nell – a long awaited grey girl


Nina, the story of an orphan cria


Big brave Paeony.


Paloma, fourth daughter of our very special Francesca.

Regal Lily

The beautiful and regal, Regal Lily


Saintly by name, not saintly by nature