Northern Solstice Alpaca Farm welcomes you to endulge in the warmth of Alpaca!! Northern Solstice Alpaca farm was established in 2004. Our barns were designed and built specifically for alpacas. In August, 2006, we purchased our first 3 alpacas and our business was on its way. Our herd consists of approximately 30 alpacas ranging in age from newborn to late teens.
Alpacas are unique, as is the fiber they grow. Their luxurious fiber is warmer, lighter, and softer than wool, and contains no lanolin. We are a well rounded and respected alpaca breeder offering a full service farm, including boarding, breeding, alpaca sales, a retail gift gallery, owner/breeder mentoring and more. We own show-quality champion alpacas, breeding and fiber quality alpacas. We are committed to educating the public about the benefits of raising alpacas and their fiber. We founded the Alpaca Center of New England in 2009; an organization providing educational opportunities for all alpaca owners and anyone interested in learning more. We provide in-school and on-farm presentations to school classes from Pre-K through High School, and work with Unity College’s Captive Wildlife Program.
We operate our farm in a socially and environmentally friendly manner. The well-being of our animals is our priority. We are particularly conscious of bio-security measures and take all precautions to safeguard our alpacas. We offer farm tours and shopping during open hours, which vary seasonally. We recommend you visit our website for specific hours and information about upcoming on and off farm events. There is plenty to do while visiting our farm. You can take a guided tour and meet the alpacas, enjoy a picnic lunch overlooking the pastures, snowshoe, ski, or take a walk along our beautiful trail winding down to Sandy Stream. We hope you visit our store, Fibers of Unity. We carry a large selection of yarn, apparel, socks, hats, gloves, blankets, gift items and more, all made from luxurious alpaca! There is something for the whole family to enjoy. While in town visit the local Amish Community Store, the Younity winery, Unity Pond Pottery or one of the other local attractions!