Welcome to Sweet Blossom Alpaca Farm
Sweet Blossom Alpacas is now located in Dade City, FL where we have much more nice pasture space for our alpacas. Our 15 acre farm is just north of Tampa and Orlando and conveniently minutes off of I-75. We followed the same path that many alpaca owners probably took by visiting local alpaca farms, learning as much as we could without being full fledged alpaca owners before we decided to jump into this amazing alpaca world. We love taking care of and working with the alpacas, and the never ending learning experience as well as networking with other alpaca farms. We are dedicated to continuously improving the genetics of our herd via a well thought out breeding program. To learn more about alpacas and see our wonderful "blossoms", please give us a call to schedule a time to come by. We'd love to share any information about alpacas with you, what we've learned throughout our journey into the alpaca world, and answer any questions you might have.
For those who are new to alpacas, click here for answers to a few of the common questions asked about alpacas. Of course, if you would like to see alpacas in a natural setting and/or what is involved in an alpaca farm operation, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Be sure to check out some of our Alpaca Socks, Scarves and Yarn – click on the “Alpaca Products” link above
Check out our crias (babies).
Check out our two fantastic Hersdisres, Kahuna’s Casper and Full Accoyo Sawyer. Both are white herdsires with impressive bloodlines. Casper is out of Pucara Kahuna who is one of the best known herdsires in the US, and Sawyer is was sired by the National Grand Champion, Accoyo Kalvin (from the Jackpot line). We have other great Herdsires to consider as well – Kiowa, Choco, Joseph – all ready to bring their best to your girls. Give us a call to arrange a breeding.
Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association
The Suri Network
Florida Alpaca Breeders Association
Breeding Color Calculator
The Alpaca Registry (see link above) has a wealth of information.
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