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Purgatory Falls Alpaca Farm

Get "Fleeced" at Purgatory Falls Alpaca Farm!

Tim and Dana Welch
195 Purgatory Falls RoadLyndeborough, NH 03082
(603) 654-7690

One of the many fleece and yarn shows we attend

Bringing an animal home from surgery!
1st place at the Vermont Show
1st place suri at the Vermont show

Currently our bloodlines include over 25 Snowmass animals as well as show winning studs from other lines as well.

We offer spinning and weaving classes and pride ourselves on our natural dyed yarns.Visit us at one of the many fleece and yarn shows that we attend all over New England.

If you are thinking of starting an alpaca farm, make sure you buy from a farm that will be able to supply you with not only quality, healthy animals but with the equipment, knowledge and 24 hour service you might need for the first couple years. Farming any type of animal can be tough at times and having someone knowledgable and experienced that you can count on is invaluable. Many farms talk a good game but check around to make sure you are comfortable with the support you might need from them.

We are also a rescue facility and have rescued alpacas, guanacos, horses and llamas all up and down the East coast.If you are looking for some pet quality animals that have been rescued from bad situations, give us a call or come by to see the care and love they are getting now and to talk about adopting some of these wonderful animals.

Unfortunately due to ongoing health problems we are being forced to reduce our herd size. Feel free to contact us if you are interested in starting a herd or upgrading your bloodlines. Talk to us, you may be surprised.

Farm Terms & Financing

In todays world of ever changing markets, interest rates and available options, just talk to us and see what we can put together that will fit your needs.

Come Visit Us!

We have been in business for about 14 years and have grown from 6 to over 80 animals. We have a couple llamas and two very rare guanacos that live here as well. We try to do everything here on the farm ourselves and do our best to keep the fattest and healthiest herd in the Northeast.