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About Us

Alpacas of Indian Point Hills, named for the rolling land on which it sits and the perfect arrowhead found buried in the pasture, is located on 42 acres in the heart of historic Illinois. The desire to put our land to work for us brought us to alpacas and after much research on the internet we visited our first farm. We knew alpacas were the answer. We continued to visit farms meeting new friends and gaining knowledge with each visit. In November of 2005 we purchased three females. We have immersed ourselves in this business head on. We are a family run farm, committed to the success of this industry. We have attended shows and won ribbons, serve on a show committee, and are members of the education committee. We have bred our females to very high quality males with excellent bloodlines. We are very excited about the future of our business. We realize that education and support are paramount to the success of the small breeder and are working hard at learning and building a network of support. One of the amazing aspects of this business is the willingness to see others succeed, and support from fellow breeders. If we do not know the answer to your question we will know someone who does.

We offer up to 6 months free board with the purchase of an alpaca if needed. Agistment terms can be discussed if you desire to board your animals with us long term. All animals sell with farm guarantees outlined in purchase agreement. Breedings will include agistment of your female and regular husbandry until such time as pregnancy is confirmed. Live birth guarantee. Ask about our "farm store in a basket" for start up farms.

You know you are in love with alpacas when you can't wait to get home to check the mailbox for "alpaca mail", do chores and spend time in the barn. We welcome visitors of all ages and interests. Call for a visit and check out our products in our small farm store. You may love alpacas as much as we do!!



We will breed for continual herd improvement with each generation, the health and happiness of our animals first and foremost. We will strive to educate ourselves and others seeking knowledge through constant education and research by building a network of support. We will treat others with the respect and fairness we would hope to receive in return.

Updated November 30, 2017