HighTales Alpaca Farm
Exotic New Brunswick Alpaca Fibre
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Alpacas are native to South America.  There are approximately 4 million in the world, the majority in Peru, and other South American countries.  There are approximately 40,000 alpacas in Canada.
There are four members of the South American Camelid family.  Llamas are probably more commonly known than alpacas.  Both are domesticated.  The wild members of the family are Vicuna and Guanaco.  South American Camelids are related to the camel family.

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Here at HighTales Alpaca Farm, our alpacas are always glad to have visitors...........they know treats (graham crackers, Cheerios or baby carrots) are usually in hand. The “girls” will rush to meet and greet before accepting the tasties. They are always ready to pose for photos and graciously accept the ooooohs and aaaaahs of their guests. The “boys” are just as charming - though not as pushie!

 

At the house, our guests have an opportunity to see and purchase knitted goods, yarns, insoles, socks and other products made from our alpaca fibre.
 
 
 
We are located  approximately 45 minutes west of Moncton, and one hour east of Saint John.  If coming from Moncton Direction, take the Portage Vale/Anagance off-ramp, and go over the highway, for approximately 5 km.  If coming from Saint John, take the Highway #114 off-ramp, cross over the highway, proceed nearly one kilometre to Portage Vale Road, turn right, then go 7 kilometres to the farm. 
 
 
 
Please give us a call for an appointment.
(506) 756 8234
We do not charge for farm visits, but a donation of money to help feed these alpaca charmers is appreciated.