Number of Alpacas
Female Huacayas: 22
Male Huacayas: 4
Farm Mission Statement:
Someday Farm is a small, family run farm.
Our mission is
to raise superb alpacas with loving care and sound animal
husbandry, showing them for their great conformations
exquisite fiber and performance in the showring. We strive to educate the public and promote growth and
development of the alpaca industry.
Where Dreams of Tomorrow, Start today...
We have raised many animals for 30 plus years then spent many years doing research and then owning alpacas-
we were impressed with their calm temperment and ease of
We visited many farms to understand the care and
need, along with just wanting to see alpacas.
We read everything we could, attended shows and seminars, and discovered that these are charming animals.
We were convinced that raising alpacas would provide both a desirable lifestyle and a sound investment opportunity.
So, we started our venture with the purchase of two
Haucaya males; to see if we could fit them in here, and we liked the thought of a hands on approach to aid with the learning about this dynamic livestock.
Deciding this was the thing for us we followed up with
the purchase of two bred females; And, found it to be true; they are addicting! We were fortunate to be able to acquire another bred female that year. Followed by 3 more open girls, and on and on...
Our goal was to own some nice boys, and about 10 quality girls, selectively breeding them to the best quality males we can.
We seem to have a few more than that?
We breed haucaya alpacas with great confirmation,
fleece quantity and quality (dense, fine, crimp). We also believe it is very important to have trained animals that are manageable for a new breeder to handle, making ownership more of a pleasure for all.
Some of our herd includes such notable names as Bueno, Peruvian Inca, Peruvian King, Sinopsis Nocturna, Accoyo Caligula, Powerball, K-2, Royal Fawn, and Silvio.
We continue on training, showing, breeding and learning
What does Someday Farm have for you:
We have alpaca products and rovings for sale (Please see the farm market), we offer limited agistment(boarding), birthing out facilities and support, husbandry assistance, I truly believe we can offer you some of the very best customer service and mentoring around, and we would be pleased to give you lists of references and past customers.
We offer transportation in and around New Hampshire.
We currently board the females and cria owned by Equinox Farm.
Jeff and Francios Bishop, have relocating to NH from Michigan.
If you don't come see our animals, come see their herd of beautiful girls, many stunning cria, and nice boys too!
We host a few farm events spring to fall, and have demos
on spinning, weaving, knitting, needle felting and other things along with some seminars-educating folks about Alpacas.
Folks interested in becoming alpaca owners or breeders come learn from our experiences and insights we have to share, and, perhaps watch them play, feel their fleece or just listen to them hum.
From I-93 North, Exit 17, take left off exit, take
immediate left onto Boyce Road.
¾ mile road forks, stay right at stop sign-cross RT 132 onto New Road (see Someday Farm sign).
½ mile take left onto Pickard Road
(see Someday Farm sign) 1 mile on Pickard Road, Someday
Farm and alpacas on left.
From I-93 South, exit 17, take Boyce road; first left off
Follow above directions.