Call us at our aplaca farm in Waldoboro, Maine—We love to talk about alpacas and alpaca farming! The best time to catch us during the work week is in the late afternoon or early evening. We love to have visitors here as well, so contact us for an alpaca farm visit!
99 Old Route One
Waldoboro, Maine 04572
If you can find Moody’s Diner in Waldoboro, Maine, you’re a stone’s throw away from our alpaca farm.
70 minutes—Brunswick Exit 28 to Coastal Route One North.
35 minutes—Route 17 East to Route 32 South. Left onto Route One.
25 minutes—Route 90 to Route One South.
At the traffic light on Route One, with Moody’s Diner on the east and Chinese Jade and Borealis Bread Company on the west, take Route 220 South (Diner side of the road), which is a right off Route One if you are coming from the south. Go approximately 1/4 mile, passing the Historical Society. Take the first left onto Old Route One. We are five homes up on the right hand side at the very top of the hill. Turn up the steep driveway with the green house, black shutters, red barn, and sign on a white porch, number 99. We are across the street from Moody’s Cabins. If you go over the railroad tracks, you have gone too far.
Ask Us Your Questions
Questions about alpaca fiber? Bonnie spins and weaves and is very knowledgeable about alpaca fiber use.
Questions about alpaca husbandry? Bonnie is on the Maine Alpaca Association Education Committee.
Questions about buying alpacas? Terry can suggest what to look for and where to find it.
Questions about the business—marketing alpacas? Terry is the Marketing Chairperson for the New England Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association.