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Welcome to Silkie’s Farm!

a sustainable alpaca breeding farm

MAY Store Hours

Sunday the 15th – 12pm to 4pm

Sunday the 22nd – 12pm to 4pm

The store is usually open when we hold farm events. Feel free to reach out and inquire if you want to be sure we will be open during events like yoga or one of our creative arts classes. We also will gladly open by appointment.

Join us as we kick off the spring season!

Visit our Events Page to see what’s happening

CAMELIDynamics Clinic – register here

Are you an alpaca owner or hope to be one? This clinic is a great way to learn about alpaca behavior, how to handle, lead, treat an alpaca to make the most of your relationship and experience with this amazing animal.

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Who We Are

Silkie’s Farm is a family-owned and operated small business based in beautiful Chester County, Pennsylvania. Learn about our alpacas, visit our farm, or shop products online!

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Adopt One of Our Alpacas!

Yes, you can adopt one of our gorgeous alpacas to be your very own! Learn about the benefits include in our Adopt-An Alpaca program and how you can get involved.

Learn More Meet Our Alpacas

What a wonderful experience it was to visit Silkie’s Alpaca Farm

on a cold, snowy day this winter. We really enjoyed getting up close with the alpacas, having the opportunity to feed them carrots, petting them to feel their thick and soft coats while, thanks to Marcia’s gracious and interesting commentary, learning so much about these interesting creatures. The chickens (and that drake with his two girl ducks) were also fascinating.

There were so many kinds, with such interesting feathers and colors. Especially amazing was the huge and magnificent rooster, so dignified and impressive. Last, but definitely not least, was the chance to meet Squirt, the very large and weirdly cute, African spurred tortoise. Oh my, watching him eat a large cucumber and scarf down big kale leaves, lumber over to greet us and be petted, that alone was worth the trip.

-Sharon Smith