We have experienced the joyful and satisfying alpaca business for the past thirteen years. We love the whole array of facets: breeding, birthing, raising, nurturing, showing our alpacas, and most of all, we have appreciated the delightful relationships we have had with our beloved alpacas. However, we have developed some health issues that have caused us to make some changes in our life. We are currently down-sizing our herd, and are phasing out of the business. Our entire herd that we have carefully grown over the years is for sale; it includes a variety of diverse genetics from several well-known herdsires.
In the midst of life's changes, our alpacas have given us a kind of stability, which has grown out our commitment to these gentle animals and to a way of life. Even though we are selling our herd, the ways that our lives have been shaped by the daily rhythm of alpaca tending have become a part of us. They have taught us to be attentive to the details of life: the importance of water and good nutrition; the subtle changes that occur when one's health is not quite right; that one's behavior can communicate a lot of information to those who listen and observe; that it takes time and much patience when waiting for a dam to give birth, and the signs of her approaching delivery may not always be obvious or dramatic; and perhaps most important, when the basic needs of our existence are covered, life is very good.
We have a range of quality alpacas at different ages and prices. This is a great opportunity to add new genetics to your herd or begin a new farm. Please check our listings as we update their prices. We look forward to helping you live your alpaca dream.
At Spirit Song Alpacas, it takes time to give birth to beauty, but the faces of the future, speak for themselves.
It is seen in their expressive eyes, good conformation,
and fine fleece.
Each generation brings forth beauty
in a unique way;
and each new life opens our hearts
to the beauty all around us.
Do You Want to Learn More About Alpacas?
Come to our Open Farm Day on October 20, 2013, Noon - 4pm. Meet our herd, and ask your questions. Our barn and studio will be open to visitors. If you are unable to come during our open house, please contact us to schedule a visit. For more information check our events page
We are conveniently located one hour north of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. To schedule a farm visit, please call or email us.