When good things fall apart, better things fall together. We are so excited about paying all the kindness forward to opening up a Therapeutic Farm for Special Needs Adults.

The Alpacas Will Be Backa” Open House

Srping 2015


The Ice Storm 2013 left many people in dire needs and without power. 1 Stop Alpaca Farm suffered a devastating loss when the barn that housed all the critters on the farm collapsed, pinning a little female alpaca named Rosie!

With the love and support of neighbours, family, friends and strangers, we will be back on our feet and able to bring the babies all home.  Mayor Adrian Foster will be in attendance for a ribbon cutting ceremony for the GRAND RE-OPENING of 1 Stop Alpaca Facility.

The kindness our community showed us will all be paid forward…1 Stop Alpaca Farm is proud to announce the opening of an Adult Day Program for Special Needs at the Farm. We will empower, include and focus on abilities of individuals on our therapeutic farm.

Hope everyone can come out and spend some time at the new facility. Tours, the store will be open, lots to do.

We love animals, but please your pets at home.

Visit www.raisethebarn.1stopalpacafarm.com to learn how you can help #RaiseTheBarn

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About NancyHutchinson

Born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Nancy Hutchinson always dreamed of marrying a farmer. Little did she know that one day she would become the farmer. Being a city girl did not stop Nancy from loving the land and raising animals since 2000. She has raised alpacacs since 2002 and has not looked back. Her motto is "Once you go alpaca, you don't go backa!"

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