Our new 110 acre farm has plenty of room for us to continue breeding quality alpacas with lots more livery spaces available too!
We have moved...For those of you who don’t already know, on 8th September 2016 we upped sticks and moved a few miles up the road to a 110 acre farm situated at Boundary near Ashby-De-La-Zouch.
Our talented Pukkapaca team and fabulous alpaca herd has really expanded and grown in size over the last few years and our previous fish tank was nowhere near big enough for us to swim around comfortably! We’ve been planning this growth over the last 12 months in order to develop and expand the range of services we offer to our clients and visitors and we are really excited about the future. Our brand new farm is just the start of what is a really exciting and progressive time for us as alpaca breeders.
What’s our new farm like?
It’s much bigger than the old farm (more than four times to be exact!) with much more office space for the team and plenty of new visitor areas for everyone to enjoy, all designed to suit our individual alpaca and craft experiences. With eye catching views over our surrounding alpaca sprinkled fields, our new farm will be a great place to bring family and friends for your very own alpaca adventure. Being nestled within the Leicestershire and Derbyshire borders we are still be very centrally located so easy for everyone to find and, if rumour is to be believed, our Chilli Bean cafe will be the newest addition to your alpaca experience – even more reason to come and pay us a visit.
Come and see us!
If you would like to visit the farm and have a nosy around our brand new paddocks and farmyard area why not book onto one of our alpaca experiences which are all booked online through the website.
Keep in touch.
keep visiting our website to see our plans develop over the next 12 months.
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