New pictures in 2012 of our 3 barns! Farm is finally done! Well at least for now. Scroll down to see how we got to this point.
Fencing beginning shows tractor puchased to begin, chicken coop demolition, rough 3-sided structure & no fencing. followed by escavating dirt/fill, work on 3 sided structure, removal of the horse riding ring, barn before re-do and no over-hang, tack room, hay loft without hay, arn over-hang, work on the 3 sided structure & no fencing.
Have you "Herd", Full Moon Alpacas (phase one) is now complete. Two new barns and fencing finished.
Have you "Herd", Full Moon Alpacas (phase two) is now complete. 3rd new 12 x 32 barn. Lovingly refered to as our “Rock Stars Suite”. This barn will house our Herdsires, as well as visiting Herdsires, standing stud on the farm. We are VERY excited about this new program on the farm.
Full Moon Alpacas is located in "beautiful" Auburn Maine. The 1880's "classic" New England farmhouse is situated on 26 acres of "spectacular" pastures, complete with it's own pond, and land, specially fertilized to meet the needs of the alpacas. It is a GREAT environment to breed and raise, “superior” fleeced Alpacas. We are “BREEDING FINE COLOR”
Our Rodent Control Barn Kitties
Our Parasite Control Muscovy Ducks
Full Moon Alpacas, Then (circa 1899 & Now (circa 2006)
All that’s changed is our Award-Winning Herd of Fine, Colored, Huacayas!! Our 3 stunning Herdsires, TGF Drifter (snowmass legacy gold son/el nino grandson), CTF/FMA Wolverine (full Peruvian, accoyo grand master line), and GreyBeard (full perivan, 8X champion).
3 barns, all with large over-hangs, cedar posts with 5 foot no-climb fencing, a farm store located in the original 1880’s barn, a restored pond, new “toy” aka Mike’s Johnny Deere, and ample, lush pastures to rotate the herd.
So I guess a WHOLE lot has changed, on the farm, since 1899? And we think for the better!
Schedule a farm visit soon to see for yourself. We know you will enjoy spending a day on the farm and meet our herd of award-winning Alpacas.
Top photo was taken in 1899 and shows the Full Moon Alpaca farm on the right,
and the Libro farm on the left. The bottom photo shows the Full Moon Alpaca and Libro farms in 2006.
1928 farm scene (top) with 2007 view (bottom).
Indoor Rodent Control
Even our bunnies are Black and Gray