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Lodi Alpacas at Whistling Valley Farm
Yes, siree...The Suri is our specialty
Jim Hellenbrand
Farm: N1792 Ryan Road
Mail to: W12002 Slack Road
Lodi, WI 53555
(608) 576-8607
About Lodi Alpacas at Whistling Valley Farm

Image is being processed by ANWe sell luxury alpaca items such as a variety of socks for all types of weather and events, scarves, mittens, gloves, hats, sweaters, rugs, teddy bears, yarn, roving, and kits. **** TAX AND S/H IS INCLUDED IN OUR ONLINE FARM STORE PRICES!! ****

SHOP ONLINE USING OUR FARM STORE TAB ABOVE. ALSO CHECK OUR EVENT PAGE TO LOCATE OUR SHOW AND VENDOR SCHEDULE. FEEL FREE TO CALL WITH SHOPPING QUESTIONS AT 608-576-8607.

Our farm sits in the Wisconsin River Valley near beautiful Okee and Lake Wisconsin. We are dedicated to the preservation of the unique, purely suri alpaca. We strive to produce superior commercial characteristics through our breeding program. Our goal is to see the North American suri achieve notoriety as the most exceptional suri in the world.


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The Farm

   
Jim grew up on a 180-acre family dairy farm, established in 1962. His father later exited the dairy business and raised holstein steers. Jim has been involved in livestock husbandry all his life. In 2006, Jim bought the family farmhouse, outbuildings and 14+ acres. We acquired a herd of suri alpacas in 2009 and have been breeding, showing and selling alpacas and providing herdsire services ever since.
   
   
  Additional Contact Information:  
  Our Mailing Address:

W12002 Slack Road, Lodi, WI 53555

Our Farm Store is located at:

N1792 Ryan Road, Lodi, WI 53555
 
     
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Breeder Biography
 

A country boy with many years of dairy herd experience combined with a city girl with somewhat of a business background, and what do you get? An instant pair of alpaca owners looking for a fulfilling life after retirement (which isn't really expected until around 2025). Jan, being organized and carefully indecisive, and Jim, one who typically makes snap decisions, basically learned about alpacas and made a commitment to a herd of 30, all in the same day. And so the story begins.....
 
     

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