Huacaya Alpacas, Hand-raised in Colorado

Our animals only get the best care and feeding.
Keeping a small herd lets us give each animal the care they need to produce the highest quality fleece.

Huacaya Alpacas

The Huacaya alpaca is the one of the two breeds that make up the species Vicugna pacos.  It lives on the Altiplano plateau in the Andes mountain range at up to over 13,000 feet above sea level -- which makes them well suited to live in Colorado's high altitude plains! Alpacas are primarily raised to harvest their fiber, called "wool" or "fleece".

More About Alpacas

Alpacas are part of the Camelid family.  They can live up to 15 to 20 years. They have strong herding instincts and therefore prefer to live in groups.

Alpacas are #notallama.

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Alpaca Fleece

Alpacas are shorn once per year and produce from 5 to 10 pounds of fleece annually in a great variety of natural colors.  Alpaca fleece is stronger, lighter, warmer, and more resilient than sheep's wool.

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Our herd is currently comprised of 15 animals, including 2 crias (babies).  While we primarily breed and raise alpacas for their fleece, Bluebird Farms is also a sanctuary for elderly alpacas to enjoy their life in a happy and safe herd.

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