— The NEAOBA Team

Kings Highway Alpacas

Fleece Fit for Royalty

Gary and Ellen Barlow
108 Kings HighwayMiddleton, NH 03887

Kings Highway Boston Strong

Airborne Cria!

Welcome to Kings Highway Alpacas. We are a farm interested in helping and informing new breeders. We promise to provide these services if you purchase an alpaca from us. We will permit time payments and boarding services free of charge until you are ready to assume their care. You will be provided with hands on teaching at our farm and can even stay overnight. We will offer a complete education in alpaca ownership which includes diet, immunity program, shearing, teeth and nails, haltering and show preparation. A complete health history will be provided on any alpaca you purchase. We will stand by to mentor and introduce you to shearers and vets that are experienced in camelid husbandry. Please feel welcome to call and set up a time to visit and meet our magnificent herd of thirty-four and growing.

Farm Terms & Financing

Financing is available on all animals purchased from Kings Highway Alpacas and will be catered to each individual buyer's needs. In addition, complimentary boarding services will be provided until the point in time that buyer is capable of assuming their care. Animal safety always comes first and foremost here at Kings Highway Alpacas.

*Animal purchase includes transport free of charge within 100 miles of our farm location. Beyond this we will assist buyer in safe and reliable transport services that specialize in livestock.

Welcome to Kings Highway Alpacas!

Here we are now in the eighth year with the alpacas. We have enjoyed our life of farming so much! The majestic rose grey herdsire Kings Highway Prince Harry, seen in the photos to the left both as cria and as an impressive adult, now has his own line on the ground.

Our herd has grown to over thirty and we even have two little full blooded Suri alpacas, Royal River's Lita and her son Prince Henry. That gorgeous white boy to the left is the long awaited, Kings Highway Boston Strong. He is a son of the Great Oliver of Sleeping Monk Alpaca Farm and the lovely Kings Highway Ayabaca's Lavena's Joy. He did not disappoint us as he was sparkling white with nice confirmation and a curly white fleece at his first shearing on May 11, 2013. Take a look at this phenomenal boy as he becomes a yearling. We are very hopeful that he will produce fine offspring once he is old enough. We treasure every little life that blesses our farm and we spoil our alpacas as much as we can!