There Is So Much Love At Lilymoore Alpaca and Llama Farm
Our 1840’s farm has been part of Dutchess County, NY for over 183 years. We believe it to be something special and hope that you do too. We are the only working farm that also houses a farm animal sanctuary that we are aware of.
Diana, the farmer
I believe that farms and animals are really important. I hope that you do too. My family and I took a farm that was abandoned and in disrepair and made it into a place that puts a smile on people’s faces. I am proud to say that Lilymoore Farm is a woman owned business and absolutely love being a farmer. I hope you enjoy the time that you get to spend on our farm – Diana
Our adorable alpacas and llamas
Our herd includes 31 adorable alpacas, 1 huarizo and six llamas. All of them are very loved and bring their own unique personality to the farm. We hug and kiss them daily – they are just too cute not to. We love it when people’s faces light up when they see them for the first time. Pictured are our first four alpacas – Bella, Mercy, Glinda, and Oorah (aka Puppy).
Our alpaca products
We created American Made Alpaca to highlight the many great alpaca clothing and home goods products that we carry. Many are hand made and made exclusively for us. Alpaca is a sustainable crop and alpacas themselves are very easy on the environment. It is a very earth friendly product. We work with other American companies as well to bring you great, quality alpaca goods.
Our alpacas are shorn once per year. They are not hurt in the shearing process. We adore our animals and would not want them to be harmed in any way. We use a professional shearer who is an expert in his field.
We are excited to begin offering llama products and natural dye kits this year as well.
The rest of the family
Lots of other fabulous animals call Lilymoore Farm home. Many of these animals really needed for a home and we are very happy that they are part of ours.
Since we love animals so much Tiffany created Dreaming of a Chance Farm Animal Sanctuary to help animals in need. The sanctuary focuses on poultry, specifically pigeons – these ancestors of dinosaurs are smart, funny and bring a lot of joy into our lives. They were humans first pets and continue to be a huge part of humans lives.
Each animal on the farm brings something unique and special that puts a smile on our faces. We know every one of them, what they like and dislike, their friends, etc. They are not a nameless face, they are part of our family.