Our grass-fed dried meats come from healthy animals.

We practice rotational grazing as part of our sustainable farm design.

Our herd of approximately 70 alpacas lives on 26 acres. Our alpacas eat grass, hay, weeds, and free-choice kelp and flax. Through careful manure management, our herd is raised without antibiotics or deworming drugs. With active daily composting, each alpaca stays healthy on a clean farm. We seek to produce no waste, using every part of every plant and animal in balance.  

Alpaca Landjaeger Intro Pack (3)
26.00
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Alpaca Landjaeger Family Pack (7)
50.00
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Alpaca Landjaeger Picnic Pack (20)
125.00
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Alpaca Jerky Intro Pack (3)
30.00
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We partner with the Medford Food Co-op to bring healthy meats to Southern Oregon.

We partner with the Medford Food Co-op to bring healthy meats to Southern Oregon.

We partner with Taylor's Sausage in Cave Junction, Oregon. Taylor's helps us create premium Alpaca Jerky and Alpaca Landjaeger, a German-style pepperoni. 

We partner with Taylor's Sausage in Cave Junction, Oregon. Taylor's helps us create premium Alpaca Jerky and Alpaca Landjaeger, a German-style pepperoni. 


Alpaca Bone Broth

We use our wealth of bone resource to make nutritious bone broth.  Our approach is to simmer 15 pounds of bone in 5 gallons of well water, with 1c. organic apple cider vinegar.  Our broth simmers for 30 hours and is then cooled and bottled in glass quart jars. 

We offer our bone broth free to our local community.

We also offer frozen bones for local purchase. 

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What is Factory Farming?

Our farm is dedicated to raising animals in a humane way that provides improved health for the land we farm. Much of today's meat industry seeks profit over health and inhumanely raises animals in ways that destroy land, pollute water and air, and create egregious suffering for life on the planet.

To learn more about factory farming, we'd like to suggest the 5 minute animation called "The Meatrix".