Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. “Can I bring my dog to the farm?”
No, unfortunately we can't have dogs on the farm. We love all animals; however, dogs are predators for camelids and having them around can easily cause stress to our alpacas.
Q. "Can we feed the alpacas?”
When you book an alpaca walk or Farm tour you have the opportunity to feed our alpacas. When you come to the farm for general admissions unfortunately you cannot feed the alpacas but you are welcome to join our information sessions where you will learn some amazing facts about alpacas and the other animals on our farm.
Q. "I booked a walk/tour but I see that you're not open to the public yet for the time I booked, will that be a problem?"
No problems here! We actually book most walks and tours before/after we are open to the public. Think of it as your own private farm experience!
Q. "Can we pet the alpacas?"
Along with feeding the alpacas, when you book an alpaca walk you will have the opportunity to get up close and pet our alpacas. When you come to the farm for a farm tour or general admission, unfortunately you cannot pet the alpacas but you are welcome to join our information sessions where you will learn amazing facts about alpacas and the other animals on our farm.
Q. "Do we need to prebook if we want to walk alpacas?"
Yes! In order to walk our alpacas we ask that you book online and fill out our waiver form when you arrive on-farm & before your walk.
Q. "Can we bring a picnic lunch when we visit?"
Yes! On our farm we have picnic tables and umbrellas, plus lots of grassy areas that are perfect for you and your friends or family to enjoy a snack while you visit. Remember: we do not reserve picnic tables. They are: first-come-first-serve.
Q. "Are you only open on the weekends?"
We are open Fridays 12:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m, Saturdays 10:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m and Sundays 12:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m.
We offer private shopping sessions -- to book email email@example.com.
Q. "If I come pay for general admissions can I see all the animals?"
Yes! With general admissions you can see our alpaca herds, Llamas, bunnies, chickens, ducks, pigs and donkeys.
You can also join a free information session during your visit, where a staff member will call one of our herds up to the fence and give visitors a brief introduction to that group of alpacas. Please note, these sessions generally last 5-10 minutes.
Q. "Can I Buy an Alpaca"
For inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. "Do I have to pay for parking"
No, parking is free here at our farm!
Q. "Can I bring my photographer to come to the farm for photos?"
We welcome you all to take photos while enjoying your time at the farm, however for photo shoots here at the farm we have photographers we work with. To book a private photo shoot email email@example.com.
Q. "What do you sell to eat?"
We sell Freezies, coffee, tea and water by donation.
Proceeds go to Quechua Benefit & our Rescue Initiative.
(All of our meat for sale is frozen & pre-packaged. Most items are not ready to eat
with the exception of Pepperoni and Jerky.)