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Village Farm Alpacas - CLOSED

99 Old Route 1, Waldoboro, ME 04572-6280
+1 207-832-5160
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Alpaca Farm Store

Village Farm Alpacas is where I go first for my Christmas and birthday presents, and in the summer... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2015
Marcia K
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Waldoboro, Maine
FARM CLOSED no longer have any alpacas (store is open call ahead to check hours)

When we arrived in the parking area, a lady was just about to pull out. She stopped her car and... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2015
Allison S
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New Orleans, Louisiana
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An educational tour of the farm and herd is offered with your purchase in the Alpaca Shop.
  • Excellent47%
  • Very good15%
  • Average0%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible38%
10 Aug 2015
“Alpaca Farm Store”
7 Aug 2015
“FARM CLOSED no longer have any alpacas (store is open call ahead to check hours)”
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99 Old Route 1, Waldoboro, ME 04572-6280
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+1 207-832-5160
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Reviewed 10 August 2015

Village Farm Alpacas is where I go first for my Christmas and birthday presents, and in the summer to be at the beautiful farm up on one of the highest hills in the area is a delight. I have visited a number of alpaca shops...More

Thank Marcia K
Reviewed 7 August 2015

When we arrived in the parking area, a lady was just about to pull out. She stopped her car and told us the store was closed, and the "farm" no longer has alpacas. The store is open to purchase alpaca items (which we didn't get...More

Thank Allison S
Terry C, Owner at Village Farm Alpacas, responded to this reviewResponded 9 August 2015

Thank you for visiting Village Farm Alpaca Shop. We are a small home-based business and are currently staffed until 3:00pm most days. Weekend hours may vary, please call ahead. Our shop is full of beautiful alpacas products and yarn from our herd. Village Farm Alpacas...More

Reviewed 15 June 2015

After eating lunch at Moody's diner, we saw an ad for this place on their placemat. My sister in law is from Equator and loves all things Alpaca, so I thought we would visit this farm and perhaps , pick up a Christmas gift for...More

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Terry C, Owner at Village Farm Alpacas, responded to this reviewResponded 17 June 2015

Thank you for visiting our farm. This is a working farm that provides a low stress environment for our beautiful show quality animals. This means that our visitors have to be escorted into our paddocks where the animals are. We do these farm tours to...More

Reviewed 17 October 2014

I love to learn about animals that I have not been exposed to...my husband has a 20,000 acre Commerical cow/calf ranch in Texas....so he understands the importance of taking care of animals. My husband would probably say the same thing "We do not run a...More

1  Thank Selina O
Reviewed 11 October 2014

We stopped in the Village Farm Alpaca store while driving through Waldoboro. The shop was quaint and had a large variety of alpaca sourced products. The prices were far more reasonable than what I have seen at other places. The owner came into the shop...More

3  Thank Stephanie M
Terry C, Owner at Village Farm Alpacas, responded to this reviewResponded 13 October 2014

Village Farm is a low stress farm. Think of our alpacas as deer. A wild deer is afraid of your hand. My animals have a space around them that is "invaded" by coming right at them and trying to pet them. If I had let...More

Reviewed 12 September 2014

My wife always says when she gets really frustrated with her job, "I am going to run away and raise alpacas." Needless to say on our vacation we visited the farm as we were driving nearby. Terry, the owner, greeted us on our arrival and...More

3  Thank Erick L
Reviewed 25 August 2014

This WORKING farm is a super place to visit and we have visited for the past several years. My granddaughter was so impressed that she asked if she could volunteer and Jaime did for the past 2 years. It was a super great experience for...More

Thank Patricia F
Reviewed 25 August 2014

I've been to the farm several times. When you walk in, you're transported to South America. Terry and Bonnie will put on native music and the displays make it easy to see everything available. I have bought sweaters, vests, hats and socks. The Radar O'Reilly...More

Thank Wpetsinger
Reviewed 14 August 2014

I have purchased many items from this shop, socks (warmest I have ever had), sweaters (same warmth and are beautiful),they also have nice soaps too......owner is very nice and friendly......yes, a purchase is required for the tour, but it is NOT a petting zoo just...More

Thank Kara-and-Gary
Reviewed 11 August 2014 via mobile

We have spent summer vacations in Maine for the past 14 years-since our daughter was a baby. It is always a challenge to keep a teenager engaged so we were delighted when our daughter identified this as an interesting destination. A bit of a hike...More

2  Thank Catherine N
Terry C, Owner at Village Farm Alpacas, responded to this reviewResponded 12 August 2014

Thanks for visiting our farm...too bad you did not more closely read our brochure or see any of the four signs posted. The brochure says "an educational tour of our farm and herd is offered with your purchase in the farm store". We offer a...More

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