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Bob and Sandy Baker
7110 John Bum RdHuntingdon, PA 16652
814-643-2854
814-599-9771
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Boarding

Boarding/Agisting


Pricing: Boarding alpacas for $90 dollars per month, per animal if purchased on farm or $110 per animal outside purchase with monthly worming included free.

Four months free boarding of crias born to your female. After 4 months, regular rates apply.

Questions: 814-643-2854

Service Description

At Terrace Mountain Alpacas we included 6 months of boarding for alpacas purchased from us, if needed, until you prepare their new home. Alpacas are boarded in a well kept barn which is nice and cool in the summer months and well shielded in the winter with freedom to move from pasture to barn. Boarding fees include feed but not vet services, which will be bill to you separately by vet. Worming is done monthly, included with boarding fee. If you buy a gelding & you don't want to insure, than it is totally your responsible, not boarding farm. We feed our alpaca feed & orchard grass(2nd/3rd cuts) mixture of orchard grass/brome grass. Free choice Golden Blend minerals available all the time. You're welcome to come visit, train or play with your alpacas at anytime. We have camera's inside & outside barn to let us know if we have a problem 24/7. We also babysit pregnant mothers at our farm, if you can't be around when the baby is born at your farm.


Terms of Service

We will care for your alpacas as if they were our own. Boarders authorize emergency veterinary care and agree to pay all necessary vet charges for services rendered to the alpaca while in the care of the boarding facility. We love raising alpacas... they are just like children with their own personalities and their cute, loving little faces. We are sure you will enjoy raising alpacas too! Come visit our huggable investment, today. They are guarded by Festus, a Great Pyrenees 24/7 and our day/night time cameras. We will also care for your pregnant Mom, if you can't be around for the birth. Just give us a call to work out the details. We didn't raise our prices when feed went up and the hay prices doubled last year.

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