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Free Farm Tours

We are open Thursday through Monday from 10:00 AM is - 3:00 PM by appointment only. Please call, text, or email to set up your private tour. We practice safe distance rules in accordance with the Governor’s guidelines.

If you loved your tour and want to give to the care of the animals, we accept donations!


Alpaca Etiquette 101

Alpacas are gentle animals and love to have their picture taken!
Alpacas can spit, but rarely do unless provoked. Luckily, alpacas usually fire a blank warning volley first.


  • Approach slowly and calmly.
  • Talk in a calm soothing voice
  • Keep your hand FLAT when touching an alpaca and pat with the back of your hand. Grabbing them or their fiber makes them think you are a predator.
  • Touch the alpaca on the top of its back, shoulders, and side of its neck.
  • Ask the handler what the alpaca prefers — just like people they have personalities with their individual likes and dislikes!


  • Don’t touch or feed alpacas without asking first.
  • Don’t touch an alpacas head, hindquarters, tail, or toes.
  • Don’t grab or hug an alpaca. Grabbing frightens alpacas.
  • Don’t stand behind an alpaca. Like other livestock, alpacas may reflexively kick if you touch their hindquarters or startle them.