Log Cabin Farm Alpacas LLC is owned and operated by Jane & John
Nielsen of East Albany Vermont.
Our Alpaca farm is located just below the crest of the green rolling hills
of East Albany Vermont in Vermont's "Northeast Kingdom". (between Newport
and St. Johnsbury). We are home to a small herd of densely fibered Huacaya
Alpacas which we raise to sell. We will finance to qualified buyers and
provide help and support to new buyers as well. Our mailing address and farm
phone number is at the top of each page of this web site. We pride ourselves
that our small northeastern Vermont farm carries some of the “Big Farm’s”
very best genetics including; Black Peruvian Royal Forest, Peruvian
Hemingway, Snowmass Royal Rose, Peruvian Bueno, Peruvian Dakotia, Quetzal,
Peruvian Equador, Peruvian Timoteo, PPeruvian Caligula, and 6Peruvian Accoyo
Titan to name a few.
We show select animals at various AOBA (The Alpaca Owners and Breeders
Association) sanctioned events throughout the year in an effort to validate
our breeding decisions.
We welcome farm visits from well mannered guests but request you leave pets
at home for obvious reasons. Please view our sales animals and special
OUR START: We got our start raising alpacas, as a natural
migration from running an organic produce farm and participation in local
farmers markets and local fairs. Along the way, we met the “Alpaca People”
and their animals and wanted to learn more. We read all that we could find
about these lovely camelids and visited with local breeders to gain more
knowledge. After we felt we had done our due diligence and gained
confidence, and since our 10 acres of rolling hillsides is covered with
succulent green grasses and our fresh and clean mountain air seemed perfect
for alpacas, we went ahead and purchased our first four animals in late
We selected the very best bloodlines that we could afford
in order to give us a few years boost on “breeding our girls up” and wea i found ourselves establishing
a small herd with excellent qualities.
As our farm has grown, we probably overdue it with attention to detail.
From sampling our pasture soils for mineral analysis, testing field grass
protein levels, bio-security and our quality fencing; to the monthly
veterinarian farm visits needed our not, we keep a close and watchful eye on
herd health and security. The results show.
GOALS: Our long range goals are simple. We plan to keep our
alpaca operation small enough in order to devote care and attention to our
alpaca and take special considerations for wise breeding choices. We will be
showing our alpacas at select events in order to validate our breeding
program against the national herd. Our goals are to breed exceptional,
quality alpacas for conformity, fleece, and genetics. We look forward to
working within the industry and providing other farms with top quality
animals and sharing our knowledge. Most of all; we plan on having a lot of
We are also home to "Alpaca Jackets & More" which is our manufacturing
dba which makes high quality cria coats for the major livestock equipment
distributors. We also sell direct to other Alpaca breeders. Our farm is
located just below the crest of the green rolling hills of East Albany
Vermont just few minutes off I-91, (between Newport and St. Johnsbury). Call
Jane at the farm to schedule a visit or just to talk ‘paca.
website to find out more about the charming and peaceful lifestyle that
raising Alpacas here in the US allows. Call ahead if you would like to
schedule a farm visit, if you are interested in purchasing one of our
animals, or if you just want to talk 'paca. Log Cabin Farm Alpacas LLC is
owned and operated by Jane & John Nielsen