Scotia Acres Alpacas

Aiming For Distinction

The Campbell Family
330 Newbolds Corner Rd
Lumberton, NJ 08048
856 985 9012
856 313 7608 Farm Manager, 856 495 7536
Fax: 609 702 3948

2018 Shearing is Friday, May 18 9-3 and Saturday, May 19 9-? (probably ending before noon.)

******We are open for visits on the FOURTH Saturday of each month*******
11am-3pm Come on over!

Our family became interested in alpacas through a local newspaper article and realized that we would love the alpaca lifestyle. The farm is a family run business. We are committed to raising healthy, vibrant, and content alpacas. Our herd mainly consists of Suri alpacas from top bloodlines. We have also been breeding for Huacaya in order to further diversify our herd.

Scotia Acres Alpacas is a full service alpaca farm. Our goal is to provide customers with a rewarding experience from farm visits, to the purchasing of alpacas. We strive to provide ethical and honest business standards along with a full guarantee of satisfaction.

Scotia Acres Alpacas is located in Lumberton New Jersey and is convenient to Pennsylvania, Delaware and New York. The main home was built in 1832 and has been restored to maintain the original floors, woodwork, and eight working fireplaces. The house is situated on five acres, perfect for raising alpacas. We have recently added an additional 67 acres to accommodate our growing herd.
At Socia Acres Alpacas, we are available most days and evenings to discuss our herd and are open for farm visits by appointment. Call 856-985-9012 to make an appointment or email with any questions :)

Our services include:
• General consulting service on alpaca care
• Information on breeding
• Barn layout and pasture maintenance
• Breeding
• Boarding

Farm Terms & Financing

Financing terms negotiable ... reasonable offers considered! Just ask!!!


Scotia Acres is open for tours by appointment & the FOURTH Saturday of each month 11-3. We are happy to show our farm and answer questions. The farm store can be open by appointment too!
Please email with any questions.

2018 Shearing is May 18 &19