Blue Moon Ranch
3535 S. 1000 E.
Woodland, Utah 84036
We are a working ranch, so we are here 7 days a week. Please understand that we are not a petting zoo. Our visitors are for the most part people who are interested in the alpaca business or purchasing alpaca items from our farm store. We ask that you call or email and let us know when you would like to visit rather than drop in. Cell phone reception is unreliable here, so email email@example.com is the best way to reach us.
NEW! Yaya's Yarn Barn!! In May of 2013 we built a separate store to be able to sell the fiber, yarn, and other alpaca products in a better space. Yaya's Yarn Barn is open 7 days a week by appointment. All you need to do is let us know you're coming, and we'll do our best to be open. email or text is the best way to do that. firstname.lastname@example.org or text to 801-898-0145. thanks!
Managing the animals and running the business is a full time job, but of course we love to talk with prospective alpaca owners. If you have a dream to own alpacas, whether in the near future or 10 years from now, we're happy to schedule a visit and spend time with you. We will explain what it is like to be in the alpaca business, and answer all your questions. We ask at least 24 hours notice to schedule your visit.
Wear clothing appropriate for the weather, and plan on about an hour, or longer if you are interested in the business end of things. If the weather is really bad, we might ask to reschedule. We do have daily chores that need to be done, so we are currently scheduling only one visit per day, Saturdays often get scheduled weeks in advance. Let us know soon when you'd like to come.
We host our Open Barns days each year at the end of September so everyone can see the alpacas and the things we make from our annual fiber harvest. Our next Open Barn days will be Sept 29-30,2012 We will be open both days from 10 - 4. We hope you will join us.
Email is checked frequently throughout the day, so that is really the best way to request a visit time email@example.com Or you can call (435) 783-4428 and leave a message telling us when you'd like to come. ( I'm usually outside and the phone is inside) or you can try cell phone (801) 898-0145. Cell phones often don't work here so please try email first. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need to cancel or reschedule your visit we ask for 24 hours advance notice. thanks!
We hope to see you soon!
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We love dogs, but our alpacas do not, so we ask that you leave your dogs at home when you come to visit. Our livestock guardian dogs have a job to keep all other dogs out of the alpaca pastures and they take this job quite seriously.
Frequently asked Question: "My kids saw the alpacas on TV and just want to come and pet them. Is this OK?"
The truth is that most alpacas do not like to be petted. Some will stand still for it, most will not. We do not allow our younger visitors to chase the alpacas in order to touch them. We have created a safe environment for the alpacas here and we believe that the way to keep them healthy is to minimize stress. Thank you for understanding.
Map of 3535 S 1000 E
Kamas, UT 84036-9655
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There is a wonderful bed & breakfast about a mile from the ranch www.woodlandfarmhouseinn.com if you need lodging. Sherrie , the proprietor will take good care of you!