BBA Peruvian D'Artagnan
AOBA Color Champion
Multiple Blue Ribbon Winner
BBA Peruvian Devante
"Devo" 1/2 Accoyo with a gorgeous head and beautifully fine fleece. White Color Champion!
BBA Peruvian Patriot
A gorgeous male out of our Alianza herdsire Adrian (a White Out son). His fiber is fine with beautiful brightness and dense, consistant well-defined crimp. He has amazing coverage and large bone. Patriot has a wonderful topline and moves beautifully in the showring.
Bel Canto's Sinbad
AABC Navigator son, Bel Canto's Sinbad is a TB Blue Ribbon winner.
Presence! Presence! Presence!
57.8 follicles/mm, 21.55 AFD at 31 months!
This is an elite colored suri fleece as tested by Alpaca Consulting.
Black Storm & Light
Multiple Blue Ribbon Winner!
Born during a wicked winter blizzard, Storm is a hearty, big-boned male. Full fleece coverage from top knot to toes. His sire is an awesome black Bueno son/Felix grandson.
His dam, also black, had fiber stats of 21.8, 4.9, 22.5, 5.9 at 7 years of age! (unheard of in any breeding female of that age....never mind a black female!). Storm has gotten all the best qualities of his parents, ultra fineness, frequent crimp, luster, density and great stature.
Blue Lakes Hot Chocolate
$800 introductory breeding fee! This solid Medium Rose Grey male is a multiple ribbon winner with genetics inherited from grand-sire EL MOUSTACHIO and sire EL CUBA. Fiber is excellent with great density and staple length. And to top it all, he has a very charming personality. If you are looking for color and want to introduce some rose grey to your breeding program, Hot Chocolate is worth taking a look at. Hot Chocolate is co-owned with Blue Lake Alpacas.
Availabe for mobile breeding in the New England area.
Bolivian Avenger B168
Bolivian Avenger, one of the original kings of color in the US, is breeding right here in New England!
Big, bold and Bolivian!
Bono is an award-winning light fawn suri with excellent independence of lock and exceeding luster. Sired by the wonderful Bolivian Prescador, his dam line is equally strong.
Vortex is the son of 1/2 Accoyo WRSR Peruvian Maelstrom ('00 AOBA Double Champion).
Maelstrom's sire, 4Peruvian Sargento is from the Fredy Velez herd in Peru and his full Accoyo dam is 4Peruvian Tesora de Marfil.
Rosie Jax, Vortex's dam, is a 2000 MAPACA blue ribbon winner with soft dense fleece.
Vortex has perfect conformation and outstanding suri characteristics.
His uniform high luster fleece is dense with independence of lock.
Vortex was second in very competitive juvenile classes at the '04 NAAS and fifth at the '04 MAPACA shows.
He has a wonderful easy-going disposition.
He is unproven, but will begin his breeding career in the spring of '07.
'04 Fleece: AFD 22.1, SD 4.8, CV 21.7
Intro Breeding Fee $1,200
Tatanka's sire is the famous Studmaster Accoyo Bruxo,
one of the most successful Accoyo suri males in the
Buster is a new and exciting addition to our herdsires since late fall of 2010.
He is a handsome fellow, large bone, straight, dense and crimpy.
He has settled girls and knows his business! We have his gorgeous Buddy here, very typey, huge crimpy fleece, he is a farm favorite!
We expect some of his cria this year and cannot wait!
He is a proven Herdsire and his dad is a great producer of many champs.
Call or come see our Buster Brown!
Abby Normal Farm
Waiting patiently for our first Alpaca's.
In the process of
fencing and getting the Alpaca Palace built.
Will be looking for advice
Alpaca Obsession, LLC
Burgis Brook Alpacas
Breeding some of the finest alpacas in Connecticut.
Peruvian and Accoyo Pedigrees of Distinction.
New England Alpacas
Celebrating 12 years of successful alpaca breeding
Pine Hill Alpaca Farm Llc
"Breeding Tomorrow's Champions Today"
Quinnipiac Valley Alpacas
Safe Haven Alpaca
"The Perfect Fit...You're Gonna Love Our Genes"
Six Paca Farm
Brewing the best in the breed.
Southwind Farms, LLC
New herdsires available from multiple ribbon winner,
ACCOYO AMERICA ATTICUS.
Current ribbon winning males from our 5 PERUVIAN
AFFORDABLE FOR EVERY BUDGET.
Stone Bridge Farm
THE PATH TO QUALITY ALPACAS
Three Niece Farm
Experience the Family Farm Difference!
Tremblay's Alpaca Farm
We are a small farm located in a rural setting north of New Haven, CT.
Tsuga Hill Farm Alpacas
Acorn Alpaca Ranch, LLC
Big Red Acres
Happy Snowman Alpaca Farm
Happy Snowman Alpaca Farm
Hill Crest Alpacas
North Brook Farm & Mill
Alpacas...Peace of Mind
Plain View Farm
Come see what's in Plain View!
Rock 'n Root Ranch
Silver Oak Farm
Specializing in fawns and greys with an emphasis on selection for long-term
fiber fineness and density.
Sunny Knoll Farm Alpacas
Tall Grass Farm
At Abenaqui Alpacas our mission is to provide the alpaca industry with the finest alpaca genetics that continue to set standards in the United States.
We also take pride in creating the best overall package, which not only includes superb animals, but also the information, support, and experiences that make owning alpacas enjoyable.
Abenaqui Alpacas is Natural Excellence.
Bag End Suri Alpacas Of Maine, Llc
Opening the door to fantastic opportunities...
Serious about Suris
East Coast Alpacas LLC
Breeding Alpacas with a Purpose
Welcome to East Coast Alpacas - Where Alpacas are not just an Investment
but a Lifestyle.
Limerick Heritage Alpacas
"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the
life you've imagined." Henry David Thoreau
Misty Acres Alpaca Farm
Northern Solstice Alpaca Farm, LLC
Northern Solstice Alpaca Farm
"Your Maine Place For Everything Alpaca"
Sea Hill Farm Alpacas, LLC
Acappella Alpaca Farm
Contoocook Alpaca, Llc
Foggy Bottom Ranch Alpacas, LLC
From our hand-planted pastures to our off-the-grid solar power, we are truly "Nature by Design".
Foggy Bottom Ranch Alpacas, LLC
Come see us.
Hampshire Highland Alpacas LLC
Juniper Knoll Farm
Kings Highway Alpacas
Owl Brook Alpacas, LLC
Sallie's Fen Alpacas
We have been breeding colorful huacayas since 1994, so were one of
the first alpaca farms in NH. We specialize in black and grey.
Customer service backed by lots of experinece.
Someday Farm Alpacas
Spring Pond Farm
Copper Star Alpaca Farm
Breeding fine color!
Faraway Farm Alpacas
Marble River Alpacas
September Morning Alpacas
Thorn Hill Alpacas
Hannahs Farm Alpacas
Mystical Manor Alpacas
Save Time with Camelidynamics Handling!
Be more Efficient!
Have Fun - and have your animals have fun with you!
Cas-Cad-Nac Farm, LLC
Coventry Falls Alpaca
McNamara Shearing Services
Professionally trained,Fully insured reliable,alpaca Llama shearer.
Mystic Meadow Alpacas
Parris Hill Farm Alpacas
Invest in the very best
Celebrating our Fifteenth Anniversary as an Alpaca Enthusiast
Shimmering Pond Farm Alpacas
Shimmering Pond Farm Alpacas is a Vermont alpaca farm
located in Morrisville Vermont.
Snowshoe Farm, LLC
Valley View Alpacas
Wildwood Acres Alpacas
Wright Choice Alpacas
Board of Directors
NEAOBA was founded in February 1995 by New England members of the
Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association (AOBA). NEAOBA is an official
Board of Directors &
Breeding for Fiber
Barbie Tilton, Someday Farm
By Bill Ley
Term Expires 2014
65 Pickard Road
Canterbury, NH 03224
Bill Ley, Parris Hill Farm
President and Membership Chair
Term Expires 2012
Parris Hill Farm
637 Brownsville Hartland Road
P.O. Box 313
Brownsville, VT 05037
P2: 802-299-9057 (cell)
Blue Eyed Whites
By D. Andrew Merriwether, Ph.D., and Ann M. Merriweth
Much controversy and secrecy revolves around discussion and use of
blue-eyedwhite alpacas (BEWs) in breeding programs. Blue-eyed white
alpacas are all-white alpacas, with blue eyes, which are often (but not
always) deaf. Recently some alpaca farmers have suggested that the BEWs
should not be used for breeding so this gene can be eliminated from the
American alpaca gene pool. This suggestion reflects some of the
misinformation that surrounds the issue of BEWs...
Breeding and Birthing
By GLAA members Lorrie and Randy Krause of Alpaca Acr
The foretelling signs of imminent birth vary from dam to dam, but can
include frequent cushing then standing, hanging around the dung pile,
dilated vulva or any change in behavior. A normal unassisted birth
usually takes about 45 minutes once started. It begins with the cria's
nose peeking through the vulva. Next, the fore paws should emerge.
Then, the entire cria...
Building the Third Barn for $3,000
By Terry Callery
By Mindy Rosseland
BVDV - Should you test your herd?
Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus
By Deb Wright
Wright Choice Alpacas
This is for all of you who haven't decided yet. Perhaps it seems like a
big expense that you don't need right now. Maybe you think that you
don't have it. It always happens on that other farm, not to you...