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Welcome to Little Creek Alpacas!

Now scheduling Farm Tours!
Farm Tours will be offered by appointment June 6th-October 1st. Cost is $10 per person, which includes a $5 coupon to our farm store and a cup of grain to hand feed the alpacas with.
Learn all about alpacas while we take you through the pastures and show you our barn set up. Hand feed the little boys, and see all the products we make with their fiber in our farm store. While in the store, we'll show you our hand crank drum carder and how we use it to card the fiber to prepare it for spinning or felting. Let us know if you're a spinner or felter and I'll make sure I make plenty of batts ahead of time!
Please email or message us to schedule a farm tour.
Email: zeesbox@hotmail.com

We've raised alpacas for 13 years and offer mentoring and continued customer support with each alpaca purchase. We want you to be happy and successful in your alpaca endeavor!

You can find some of our products at the Macomb Food Co-op, located at 211 S. McArthur in Macomb, IL. We also have some products listed online in our Etsy shop. Follow us on Instagram or Facebook for the most up to date information as well as shows we will be attending and/or events we may be holding.

Suri and Huacaya Alpacas in the Midwest - a rainbow of natural colors!




Welcome to Little Creek Alpacas! We are a small family farm located in Plymouth, IL - just 26 miles southwest of Macomb, IL and an hour east of the Iowa and Missouri borders. We raise Suri and Huacaya alpacas, breeding mostly for appaloosa, pattern, light fawn, white, grey, and black. Lol, I guess we like a little of every color since we're fiber nuts! Our focus in raising our herd is on good health, conformation, and fabulous fiber. We currently sell breeding stock and fiber/pet Suri and Huacaya alpacas, as well as a wide variety of products made from their fleece.

Little Creek Alpacas was born out of a great love for animals and a desire to become more self-sufficient and raise our children in a more spiritual setting. We chose alpacas over other livestock because they are docile, earth friendly, and produce a wonderful, luxurious fiber that is better than cashmere.

There is something special about alpacas that cannot be put into words. Some sort of spiritual sense that helps you to reconnect with your inner self as you sit with them and watch the sun rise or set. From them, my daughters are learning the circle of life. For example, we provide loving care and nourishment for the alpacas; in turn they provide us with fertilizer for our trees, plants, and garden, and also produce wool that can be made into yarn or felt for a variety of useful and wearable items as well as decorative art. The trees and plants then give us the oxygen we need to breathe, the garden gives us the food we need to nourish our bodies, and the winter apparel made from our alpaca yarn keeps us warm and dry in the winter. From this, my children are learning that you get from life what you put into life. And in the end, we are all able to live together in harmony.

We require a 50% down payment with the signing of the contract. The remaining balance is to be paid within 60 days, or we can set up a monthly payment plan. Payments can be made through PayPal or I can send a monthly bill.

Any alpacas purchased from us will board free for 90 days**, and are welcome to stay as long as you need them to. We offer agisting for $60/month per alpaca. No alpaca can leave our farm until they are paid in full.


**Anytime we list crias for sale, we do not release them until they are at least 10-12 months old. Most of our crias turn 10-12 months old in late spring/early summer. Any crias purchased from us will not be charged agisting fees until their 1st birthday. Please feel free to email me with any questions.

Transport is available, contact me for a quote.