Sold out November 2018. There will not be any more alpacas for sale (male or female) until summer 2019 (November 2018, 2 more boys were sold to be companion males) we currently have no more alpacas to release. If you would be interested in receiving information of possible alpacas which are going to be placed for sale or are looking for a specific alpaca then please send your contact details via our contact page, we can consider your request and see if we can match any of our stock.
2019, we anticipate having females for sale pregnant to Gilt Edge High Roller
All our stock are Pedigree Alpacas registered with the British Alpaca Society and genetics/progeny/show results are available on the Pedigree Registry. We keep up-to-date health and husbandry records which can be viewed prior to deciding on your purchase and we adhere to British Alpaca Society policy :
BAS Code of Conduct for the sale of alpacas
1: To ensure the proper well- being of the alpaca by advising the intended purchaser of the requirements laid down in the Guide to Welfare,
to avoid selling alpacas which might be kept alone, and to ensure that adequate grazing is available to accommodate the increase in herd size if breeding animals are being purchased.
2: To advise on the long term commitment pertaining to alpaca ownership.
3: To declare any known faults in breeding ability, conformation, temperament and ancestry, where this relates to the intended purpose
of the purchaser.
4: To offer after-sales help and advice whenever needed by the purchaser.
5: To provide the purchaser with proper records of date of birth, breeding history, medical history and last worming and vaccination dates.
Also to provide the BAS registration certificate duly completed with change of ownership details.
6: To ensure the alpaca is in good health, with all routine husbandry completed.
7: To declare a female believed pregnant only when mating has been observed and subsequent putting back to a male does not result
in further mating.
8: To declare a female confirmed pregnant only when supported by evidence of an ultrasound scan test, or a blood progesterone assay,
or a current veterinary certificate of pregnancy.
9: Not knowingly to sell line bred, or inbred stock, or related male/female pairs without declaring them as such.
10: To ensure the animal you are buying is registered with the BAS.
11: To ensure that the animal you are buying is transferred to your ownership on the BAS registry
12: To recommend membership of the British Alpaca Society.
13: To be honest and truthful in all matters relating to the alpaca(s) being offered for sale.
Every alpaca sold will be offered with Veterinary health testing for insurance and Enferplex blood tests for TB can be arranged.