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Alpacas of Somerset Farm

Quality--Selection--Value--Service

Dianna and Jack Jordan
8226 Stoney Creek RdSomerset, CA 95684
530-620-6033
530-744-7474
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About Us

We are Jack and Dianna Jordan...the owners, guardians and caretakers at Alpacas of Somerset Farm. We specialize in mentoring, educating and supporting prospective, new and existing alpaca owners. We believe building trust, confidence and a feeling of comfort are essential in a mentoring relationship. If you are new to alpacas and choose to allow us to help you get started, you can do so with confidence knowing we are experienced alpaca breeders. Through the years we have invested in extensive alpaca education ourselves. Educating others is our passion and professional background.


Dianna

Dianna has been around pets and livestock her entire life. Horses consumed most of her time as a young girl and teenager. She shared this interest with her daughter as she was growing up.

Dianna spent over 17 years in Training and Organizational Development for a privately held corporation. Her primary focus was on “Soft Skills Development” for management and non-management employees. Dianna is also a “Life Coach” for individuals interested in enhancing their lives through personal growth and development.

Dianna gladly gave up the daily grind of the corporate world to retire and become the ranch manager for Alpacas of Somerset Farm.


Jack

Unlike Dianna’s childhood experiences with animals, Jack had one dog while growing up. Then he married Dianna. Through the years he has discovered the joys and challenges of having an ever-changing menagerie in his life.

The skills and talents Jack brings to the business are many. His education and background in Business Administration and Marketing has been very helpful in building our alpaca business.

In 2014 Jack retired from being a high school woodshop teacher. His building skills certainly come in handy when planning and building alpaca facilities. Jack is a great resource when planning or designing ranch infrastructures.