Alpaca is the most eco-friendly natural fiber, but what does this actually mean? In this blog we discuss how Alpacas of Montana is doing our part to be a sustainable and eco-friendly company and what that means. Read now!
You're camping alone in the woods and find the love of your life. Lucky for you, this love is always warm, ready to help any minute and are there whenever you roll over in the morning. Fall in love with alpaca!
COVID-19 has devastated so many people around the world, especially the Peruvian people. As a result of COVID-19, the mills that we use to make all of our alpaca products are so far behind on making our products and we need your help in making sure this holiday season is the best it can be for everyone.
Being a predator friendly friend comes with the risk of the occasional attack. Recently, James' and Sarah's neighbor experienced an attack on his sheep, while an Alpacas of Montana alpaca was also attacked. Read to learn about how the guard dogs, Chile, Hazel and Finn, saved the alpaca and why it's so important to have guard animals!
We have the warmest alpaca wool socks for cold feet and can ensure comfort without bulk. Whether you’re heading out for a ski, a winter run or shoveling snow in a storm, we have gear that’ll keep you warm and dry all winter long. Learn more about how and why alpaca wool is warmer than any other wool products today!
Our alpha Anatolian Shepherd, Chile, has had quite the year of medical drama. He's been through an ACL surgery and several bacterial infections. Read now to learn more about Chile's journey and his current prognosis.
Holiday shopping doesn't have to be daunting. We've created a Holiday Gift Guide that makes shopping for your loved ones that much easier. And to make it even more special, enjoy free shipping on all orders over $75! Shop now to ensure all of your gifts arrive in time for Christmas!
A devastating forest fire started near a popular trailhead at the base of the Bridger Mountains in Bozeman, Montana--the home of Alpacas of Montana--on Friday, September 4th. Read now about how James and Sarah, the owners of Alpacas of Montana rescued 11 alpacas, a llama and fought a bittersweet battle with two horses and a trailer.