Alpaca walks have been extremely busy this summer due to the wonderful alpaca walking weather we have been having.   Alpaca walks are currently fully booked until Wednesday 5th September with weekends being very busy into the Autumn.  Please email me if you would like adding to the summer holiday waiting list.

This Husbandry course is now fully booked please email if you would like to be put on the mailing list for future courses.
We are running a training course day here
 Basic Husbandry Course
on Sunday 2nd September 2018   9.30 am to 4.30pm at
Suncliffe Beacon Farm, Husthwaite, York, YO61 4PD
01347868879. jacki@beaconalpacas.co.uk.  07716917315.  
Cost £96 per person inc. vat 
The first 5 modules of the British Alpaca Society Affiliated course 
Catching Your Alpaca
Fitting a Head Collar
Halter Training
Feeding and Basic Management
Vaccination, Worming and Supplements
This will be quite an intensive day to fit in all the above modules with a question and answers at the end of the day

Cria’s are here, we have five happy baby alpaca born so far and this year they are all girls so far, Harriet-Megan, Hermione, Harvest, Helena and Halo

They are a lively bunch who hang out together now and have races round their paddock in the evenings

Our alpaca walk customers meet the mums and cria after their walk with the boys and get to feed and take pictures.   

As successful day at the Great Yorkshire Show this year with Welcome to Yorkshire we chatted to lots of alpaca fans with Pasha and Didier on their best behaviour.

  • Alpaca treks are in full swing now the weather is good, trekking takes place 3/4 days per week but  weekends can be booked up a few weeks ahead so book in early to avoid disappointment. 



    For Sale

     Huacaya Alpaca with show winning genetics many from Australian, Peruvian and Canadian bloodlines.

     Packages of pregnant females some with cria at foot available to buy as starter herds at competitive prices, along with a selected few of our proven stud males  who have produced show winning progeny.
    We have limited number of packages of 3 or 4  halter trained pet males who make great paddock mowers and field guards for your chickens and lambs.

    We offer a comprehensive sales service including husbandry training for people new keeping alpacas. So if you have ever considered owning some of these fascinating creatures  call us to find out more about the opportunity to select some of the best at affordable prices

    For more information please contact

    Jacki on 01347 868879 or 07716917315


    Walking with Beacon Alpacas

    We offer organised walks every day except Tuesday’s and Thursdays at 1.30 pm with friendly halter trained Alpacas.
    Take one of our super soft and curious alpacas for a stroll in the stunning Hambleton Hills of North Yorkshire, see the walks page for more information, prices and booking.

    Gift vouchers are available and a perfect gift for your animal loving family and friends. Vouchers for two people to share walking one alpaca cost £45 and are valid for 1 year from the date of purchase, and posted out by return.
    Come and meet the Beacon Alpaca herd to get up close and learn about these fascinating creatures. If you have ever considered keeping alpacas please call us to arrange a visit, find out more and have chance to buy well trained alpacas with show winning genetics at competitive prices.

    Adopt and Alpaca gifts are also available for your alpaca potty loved ones who would like to be part of one of our alpaca lives for a year. The cost is £25 per year and you will  receive a certificate with pictures and regular updates on your alpaca’s daily life at Suncliffe Beacon Farm.  Ideal for those animal lovers not able to visit right now but can be upgraded.

    Clip from The Yorkshire Vet when Julian delivered Cinderella’s first cria Florence 


    the yorkshire vet

    As seen on channel 5’s ‘The Yorkshire Vet’

    See BEACON ALPACAS on TV Channel 5’s


     all about our brilliant vets and their team at  Skeldale Veterinary Centre in Thirsk



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