The California Alpaca Breeders Association. Since 1989. Affiliate Member of AOBA

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Upcoming Events

12/6/2014

Alpaca Christmas Boutique

Come Visit our fiber mill and Alpaca Christmas Boutique! Lots of hand made alpaca products to fit yo... More Details >

2/7/2015

Quarterly Membership Meeting

This is the Winter Membership Meeting, where a budget update will be presented and other important ... More Details >

Connect with California alpaca farmers!

Welcome to the best place to find alpaca farms in California! In California's tradition as a pioneer of progress, Calpaca was the first—and is the oldest—regional alpaca association in the Northern Hemisphere and has been a leader in the American alpaca industry since 1989. Its member farms are home to the oldest, most respected bloodlines in North America.

ANNOUNCEMENT -2014 Calpaca Board of Directors


Click on About, then select Calpaca to see who is the new Board and what position they will fill.

 

New to alpacas?

If you're new to alpacas and want to get more information about these friendly producers of the world's finest, most luxurious fiber, find a farm near you and schedule a visit today to see these magical animals for yourself! Or check out alpacas for sale or alpaca products from our member farms.

Already an alpaca breeder?

If you’re currently an alpaca breeder in California, Oregon, Nevada, or Arizona, consider joining Calpaca today and become a part of this highly respected community of breeders and benefit from the marketing opportunities Calpaca offers.

 

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Welcome to the best place to find alpaca farms in California! In California's tradition as a pioneer of progress, Calpaca was the first—and is the oldest—regional alpaca association in the Northern Hemisphere and has been a leader in the American alpaca industry since 1989. Its member farms are home to the oldest, most respected bloodlines in North America.

 



Updated November 08, 2014