Dreamland Alpacas LLC

"Kissed By Alpaca"

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About us

In 2007 we established our business in Southwestern Virginia, and pride ourselves on providing customers with personal service. Our farm is conveniently located in South west Virginia near the North Carolina and Tennessee borders. We are located just 2 miles off Interstate 81 at exit 24. We have from fiber quality to show quality Alpacas on our farm for the varied Interest in Alpacas.
We will work with you every step of the way to help assure your success in the alpaca business. Our goal is to remain client-oriented, and providing good service which means taking the time to listen. 

Please feel free to contact us with any question you may have.  We look forward to working with you.

Frequently asked questions:


What do Alpacas eat?


Our Alpacas eat between 1 and 2 cups of  Southern States Alpaca feed a day and have free choice orchard grass hay. as well as the pastures to graze on.


How hard are Alpacas to care for?


We consider the care for our Alpacas to be like taking care of a large dog.


How big do Alpacas get?


Alpacas grow to about 36" at the front shoulders and weigh between 150 and 200 lbs.


Do you eat Alpacas?


No ....we do not eat our Alpacas !


How much Fiber do you get off of 1 Alpaca?


Between 6 and 12 lbs depending on the age and density.


What do you do with the fiber?


We have several options for our fiber .


   A. We send most out to a mini mill and have it processed into yarn,roving or just have it washed and picked.


   B. We send some to a co-op and can then order finished products for resale like socks,hats and gloves.


  C. We send some out to be made into rug yarn.


  D. We also sell some fiber right after it has been shorn to people who spin their own yarn. 




Alpaca House


We take pride in being able to offer a quality alpaca at a reasonable price. 

Our breeding services include routine maintenance and board for your dam and if needed her accompanying cria.

We are a BVD Free Farm and maintain the strictest regulations for the safety of all alpacas that arrive at our farm.

Hanging out at the barn is one of our favorite things to do.

Thursday, May 23, 2013