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Walking with Beacon Alpacas

We offer organised walks 6  afternoons a week in spring and summer, every weekend plus Friday’s and Monday’s in Winter at 1.15 pm with our friendly halter trained Alpacas.
Take your own 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.

The perfect gift for your animal mad family and friends is an Alpaca Walk gift voucher  valid for 1 year from the date of purchase.  Treat your loved ones to a unique experience with one of these facinating creatures. We are open all year round for pre booked walks 5 afternoons per week and all our alpacas are very cute, friendly and easy to lead.

Adopt and Alpaca gift packs are also available for your alpaca potty loved ones who would like to be part of one of our alpaca lives for a year but are unable to visit the farm. Adoption packs include a card and certificate and information sheet with gift will and we post regular updates on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter on your alpaca’s life at here at Suncliffe Beacon Farm.

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

Beacon Alpacas are pleased to announce we have now been granted our Animal Welfare Licence for keeping and training Alpacas and Llamas for Exhibition by Hambleton District Council
Licence number PA19/1/Y3

Beacon Alpacas attended Countryfile Live at Castle Howard for 4 days in August which was a great success.  

Basic Husbandry Course. The September course has been postponed so the next one will not be until Spring 2020 
 
The first 5 modules of the British Alpaca Society Affiliated course 
Module 1:   Catching your alpaca
Module 2:   Fitting a head collar
Module 3:   Halter training
Module 4:   Feeding and basic management
Module 5:   Vaccination, worming and supplements
 
A hands-on course  practical workshop, aimed at new and prospective owners and those wanting to know more about caring for alpacas. This course will cover handling, catching and training along with basic husbandry and care. Includes nutrition, vaccinations, worm treatment, parasite control, supplements, paddock requirements and maintenance.
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
 

Breeding and Birthing Alpaca Workshop

We will run this course again in Spring 2020 

Module 6:   Alpaca breeding
Module 7:   Alpaca mating
Module 8:   Birthing
 
This Workshop is aimed at prospective and new alpaca breeders offering practical assessments and demonstration with a question and answer opportunity at the end of the workshop. 
 
Suncliffe Beacon Farm, Husthwaite, York, YO61 4PD
01347868879. jacki@beaconalpacas.co.uk.  07716917315.  
 
One day workshops cost £96 per person inc. vat 
 

 

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    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 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

     

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

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

    See BEACON ALPACAS on TV Channel 5’s

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

     

          

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