Justa Alpaca Farm

Creating Quality Alpaca One Cria at a time!

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Our Farm Store is OPEN!

Our last two events of the season is coming up soon! We will be at Common Ground Fair September 22nd, 23rd, and 24th 2017 and The Fiber Festival of New England November 4th and 5th 2017. We hope you get a chance to visit us at either event if you are out and about.

Wow things are moving right along here at the farm for sure. Our store is open and doing well. Thank you to all those that are making this possible.

Watch our facebook page for any special days we can be in the store and for in-store specials!

Hours are Wednesdays from 2 pm to 6 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm.

If these times don't work for you please give a call and we will do our best to accommodate your arrival.

We do accept all major credit cards through our square.

RESOURCE GATHERING 2ND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH FROM 6:30 TO 10:00 PM. Come on out, we knit, crochet, spin, weave, or just chat if you like. House has snacks, coffee, tee, water. Feel free to bring your own drink and a snack

"Sprinting Lilly" born 7/27/14
"Pink Lady" born 7/12/14

Our Ladies in their new pasture.

Our boys, they will pose for food! Yep a visitor had treats and one had a camera.

Exciting ventures on the horizon for the farm in 2016. We have already been in the newspaper regarding the Alpacas and our products. You will be able to catch us out and about more with the Alpacas at several new locations this year, which we will post ahead of time. The biggest excitement to share is the opening of our fiber shop. We will carry our own yarn, handcrafted items, and Alpaca Socks! All of this with 5 new cria on the ground! We are super excited.

Welcome! Our small Alpaca farm is located on Rte 2 in Farmington Maine. We are slowly putting our stamp on this old farm. We have great hay fields and hope to produce our own hay for our animals. Our barns are slowly coming up to our standards after being dormant for quite a few years.

This year has brought many changes already. With the arrival of 8 more Alpaca in April the farm is growing already. We have learned so much in the past year it is unbelievable. I will say that this adventure has been about the most rewarding adventure I have had in a very long time and I hope that I can continue to say that for a very long time. There isn't a day that goes by that these animals don't give us reason to smile. We have our first Cria (baby) finally. She is as white as can be. Her fleece is very dense and has very good crimp She is all we could hope for.

We have a small female that will come over for treats and give kisses yet another that will follow the feed bucket anywhere. Even the biggest of the males will follow the feed bucket and eat right out of kids hands. Our youngest granddaughter gets right out in the pasture and feeds the boys right out of her hand and gets kisses. Sometimes time permitting I make homemade cookies for the Alpaca and kids feed them out. Just doesn't get any better than that.

Well gotta go for now. Be sure to stop in and check us out if you are ever in the neighborhood we would love to see and talk Alpaca with you.

A visitor to our store had this to say
August 23, 2016
Dear Brenda,
Thank you for your hospitality and invitation to me and my daughter to visit/take photos with your alpacas. It was a pleasure to meet you and your beautiful dog. Hope to return in the future. The products you offer in the store are great and I will recommend them to my friends and co-workers.
Best regards.
Sonija Marinovic

A Visitor to our farm had this to say:

Thursday, September 6, 2012
Traveling east on US Route 2, we came to Farmington area and saw the coolest thing - ALPACAS!
It was an Alpaca Farm JUSTA ALPACA FARM which is owned by Fulton Butler and Brenda Simoneau. Of course we just had to stop and see them. Fulton came out and introduced us to his "boys" (Butch, Bandit, Rebel and Ricky) as the "girls" were kept separate in the barn. He got out a bucket of grain and let us feed them. Fulton gave me a handful of grain and I put my hand out to feed them. Thank you so much for a great visit!