Granjero Park Alpacas started in 2013 with the purchase of two alpacas, Hazel a grey huacaya and Cascade a white suri. They both remained on agistment at their original home for another four years until we bought our own farm in 2017, in Tyabb on the Mornington Peninsula.
Granjero Park Alpacas is a family business owned by Rosalie and Jack Boer with our daughters helping out with farm work, halter training and at shows by showing our animals.
We are breeders of coloured Huacaya and Suri. Our aim is to breed the perfect animal by selecting good genetics with density, fineness and conformity true to style. So far we are happy with the progress of our breeding program as we are starting to see good results in the showing.
When we purchased our property it had previously been used by horses and was very run down. Up to date we have built new fences, shelters and have re-sown pastures. We basically started from scratch which gave us the chance to set up our farm the way we wanted it, taking into mind ease of management, handling and the welfare of our alpacas.
We also had our property certified for Q-Alpaca which is a health assurance program for our herd.
We are members of the Australian Alpaca Association (AAA), Victorian Eastern Region (VER) and the Mornington Peninsula Alpaca Breeders (MPAB). We also hold a current Property Identification Code (PIC).