Alpaca beans are a great fertilizer for flower gardens, vegetable gardens, and houseplants. They are lower in organic matter than fertilizers from other farm animals. They don't have to be cured, and they do not burn plants that they come in contact with!
Alpacas are natural composters. They have a three-stomach digestive system that processes foods very efficiently. This means that seeds don't survive to become weeds in the garden. Alpacas use "community poop piles" which makes it easy to collect and compost their beans and controls the spread of parasites. Alpaca manure has hardly no odor!
Our alpaca beans are free! Give Blair a call to make arrangements to get some!
We accept the following payments: Visa, Debit Card, Check, Cash, Discover, American Express, MasterCard
Tours by appointment only.
Note: We have contemplated charging admission for our tours. Many farms do charge admission. We have decided that our tours will remain free. HOWEVER, we do have a donation box, and we would appreciate that all tourists leave a donation to help offset the cost of the alpaca pellets that are provided to tourists to feed to our alpacas.
Our Laurel farm store will be reopening on September 1st! Stay tuned for dates regarding grand re-opening, open houses, etc.!