Welcome to Alpaca Angels Farm
We are so excited that Spring has finally arrived!! Our herd is enjoying munching on green grass. We are starting to prepare for the upcoming show season and will be entering 4 of our herd in the show lineup.
We will be at the Mid-Atlantic Alpaca Owners and Breeders show as well as the Buckeye show in Ohio.We are making arrangements to be a full service farm offering alpaca sales, boarding, breeding and a gift shop.
This is a view of our new home.
||This is a view of our pasture as you drive onto the property
||This is my first fence project where the girls will be living.
Welcome to Alpaca Angels Farm, owned by Barbara, Frank and Erin Thompson. We started our farm in the Summer of 2012 after deciding to leave suburbia behind and try the alpaca lifestyle that we had heard so much about. Studies have shown that 81% of alpaca farmers have no prior farming experience, so we were in good company. We purchased over 15 cleared and fenced acres with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside, and started our journey. We are located 5 miles west of Washington, PA along Route 18N, just off the Jefferson Exit of Rt. 70. We are very easy to find.
With the barn and fencing completed, we welcomed 12 giirls and 2 boys to our farm. How beautiful they are! They are enjoying the cold weather and hating when it rains. "It's an alpaca night," has become a common phrase around here. It means that it is crisp and cold, the night sky is bright with stars, and the herd is out cushing around the run in shed, which they much prefer to the barn.