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FAQ About The Farm

FAQ About The Farm

When are you open to the public?

 

The farm & Boutique are both open seven days a week! Week days (Monday thru Friday) 10AM to 5PM and on the weekends (Saturday & Sunday) 10AM to 6PM! We do not schedule reservations from 12PM to 1PM to allow our staff a lunch break. 

Do I need to make a reservation?

 

Yes, please book your appointment here to reserve a time to come visit the farm and animals.

Is there a charge to visit the farm?

 

There is no charge to visit and shop at The Alpaca Boutique, however there is a $7.50 per person charge (kids 2 and under are free) to visit the farm and animals.  Grain is available (sold only at The Alpaca Boutique) so you can feed the animals and fully enjoy the up close and personal animal experience.  The memories, however, are priceless.

Are there any discounts or passes available?

 

The pass provides a 50% discount off the admission price on each member’s visit and a discount of $.50 off on any grain bag purchased to feed the animals. This is a yearly membership.

Do you have any llamas on the farm, and if so, what kind?

 

 We have two llamas on the farm. Llarry is our “suri” llama and Harry is our Huacaya llama.

What breed of alpacas do you have on your farm?

 

We have Huacaya alpacas. 80% of all alpacas in the United States are Huacaya.

Can I feed the animals?

 

Absolutely, but please do not bring your own food. You can purchase our high-quality food at our boutique.

Should I worry about overfeeding the animals?

 

No. We’ve worked with our veterinarian to provide food that won’t harm our animals if fed regularly. And our animals are pretty smart. If they aren’t hungry, they won’t eat!

Can I pet the animals?

 

Yes. Our animals are very friendly and curious!

Can I take pictures or videos of or with the animals?

 

Yes! They think their look is very Instagram-worthy, no filter needed.

Do the alpacas bite or spit?

 

Our alpacas are very gentle. Alpacas don’t have front teeth, so they don’t bite. They can spit if they feel threatened or irritated, but they generally only spit at each other.

Can alpacas talk?

Not exactly, but they love to hum. Alpacas can hum for a variety of reasons, such as being happy, curious, content, bored or threatened. Once one alpaca begins to hum, there is often a humming alpaca chorus that soon follows.

Are there different breeds of alpacas?

There are two different breeds of alpacas: Huacaya and Suri. Huacaya fleece is warmer than sheep’s wool and softer than cashmere and is considered one of the finest natural fibers in the world. Their beautiful fleeces make them look like a big teddy bear. Suri fleece is typically fine and silky and can make them look like alpacas with dreadlocks!

What is the difference between an alpaca and a llama?

Alpacas and llamas are both members of the camelid family. Llamas are usually about twice the size of alpacas weighing 250 to 450 lbs., while an alpaca typically weighs 100 to 200 lbs. Llamas are primarily used for packing or guarding herds of alpacas or sheep, while alpacas are primarily used for their luxurious fiber.

What do alpacas eat?

Alpacas eat grass, good-quality hay and specially formulated alpaca feed. Yum!

Can I bring a stroller/wheelchair?

Absolutely. While we do have a paved driveway, a gravel parking lot and a gravel pathway leading to the main barns, most of our areas are grass pastures. You can, however, take strollers and wheelchairs into the pastures, although it will be harder to maneuver them. If you need assistance, please let us know. We can always bring the animals to you!

Can I bring my pet?

We do not allow outside animals on the farm.

Can I bring a large group to the farm?

Yes!

Do you have a picnic area on the property for picnicking?

No, we do not have any picnic tables or designated areas for picnics.

When are you open to the public?

The Alpaca Boutique is open seven days a week from 10am to 6pm for all your unique gift ideas. To visit the farm and the animals, visits are now by appointment only. We do not schedule appointments to see the farm and animals between 12pm and 1pm daily.

Both the farm and boutique are open seven days a week from 10am to 6pm

Do I need to make a reservation?

Yes, please book your appointment here to reserve a time to come visit the farm and animals.

Is there a charge to visit the farm?

There is no charge to visit and shop at The Alpaca Boutique, however there is a $7.50 per person charge (kids 2 and under are free) to visit the farm and animals.  Grain is available (sold only at The Alpaca Boutique) so you can feed the animals and fully enjoy the up close and personal animal experience.  The memories, however, are priceless.

Are there any discounts or passes available?

The pass provides a 50% discount off the admission price on each member’s visit and a discount of $.50 off on any grain bag purchased to feed the animals. This is a yearly membership.

Do you have any llamas on the farm, and if so, what kind?

We have two llamas on the farm. Llarry is our “suri” llama and Harry is our Huacaya llama.

What breed of alpacas do you have on your farm?

We have Huacaya alpacas. 80% of all alpacas in the United States are Huacaya.

Can I feed the animals?

Absolutely, but please do not bring your own food. You can purchase our high-quality food at our boutique.

Should I worry about overfeeding the animals?

No. We’ve worked with our veterinarian to provide food that won’t harm our animals if fed regularly. And our animals are pretty smart. If they aren’t hungry, they won’t eat!

Can I pet the animals?

Yes. Our animals are very friendly and curious!

Can I take pictures or videos of or with the animals?

Yes! They think their look is very Instagram-worthy, no filter needed.

Do the alpacas bite or spit?

Our alpacas are very gentle. Alpacas don’t have front teeth, so they don’t bite. They can spit if they feel threatened or irritated, but they generally only spit at each other.

Can alpacas talk?

Not exactly, but they love to hum. Alpacas can hum for a variety of reasons, such as being happy, curious, content, bored or threatened. Once one alpaca begins to hum, there is often a humming alpaca chorus that soon follows.

Are there different breeds of alpacas?

There are two different breeds of alpacas: Huacaya and Suri. Huacaya fleece is warmer than sheep’s wool and softer than cashmere and is considered one of the finest natural fibers in the world. Their beautiful fleeces make them look like a big teddy bear. Suri fleece is typically fine and silky and can make them look like alpacas with dreadlocks!

What is the difference between an alpaca and a llama?

Alpacas and llamas are both members of the camelid family. Llamas are usually about twice the size of alpacas weighing 250 to 450 lbs., while an alpaca typically weighs 100 to 200 lbs. Llamas are primarily used for packing or guarding herds of alpacas or sheep, while alpacas are primarily used for their luxurious fiber.

What do alpacas eat?

Alpacas eat grass, good-quality hay and specially formulated alpaca feed. Yum!

Can I bring a stroller/wheelchair?

Absolutely. While we do have a paved driveway, a gravel parking lot and a gravel pathway leading to the main barns, most of our areas are grass pastures. You can, however, take strollers and wheelchairs into the pastures, although it will be harder to maneuver them. If you need assistance, please let us know. We can always bring the animals to you!

Can I bring my pet?

We do not allow outside animals on the farm.

Can I bring a large group to the farm?

Yes!

Do you have a picnic area on the property for picnicking?

No, we do not have any picnic tables or designated areas for picnics.

Contact Us 

Majestic Meadows Alpacas

4195 Abbeyville Road

Medina, OH 44256

330-725-2977 (The Boutique)

info@majesticmeadowsalpacas.com

Farm & Boutique Hours

Monday: 10AM-5PM

Tuesday & Wednesday: Closed

Thursday & Friday: 10AM-5PM

Saturday & Sunday: 10AM-6PM

Contact Us 

Majestic Meadows Alpacas

4195 Abbeyville Road

Medina, OH 44256

330-725-2977 (The Boutique)

info@majesticmeadowsalpacas.com

Farm & Boutique Hours

Monday: 10am-5pm

Tuesday & Wednesday: CLOSED

Thursday & Friday: 10am to 5pm

Saturday & Sunday: 10am to 6pm