Your open door to the colorful world of alpacas
Why Alpacas from Kopavi Ranch?
The alpacas of Kopavi Ranch are easy to work with, easy to show, and safe to be around because they are all trained using Jim & Amy Logan's Click and Reward method. It's a very positive and gentle way of not only training alpacas, but of getting to know each of them on a very personal level. Once you interact with an alpaca trained with this method, you'll wonder how you lived without it.Now that you know a bit about Kopavi Ranch, we invite you to continue your visit at our web site. Or better yet, come visit our ranch to see and touch
All the Alpacas at Kopavi Ranch are chosen expressly for their potential to produce many more generations of colorful alpacas. For more info click here.
Many of the Alpacas of Kopavi Ranch are from lines produced by excellent mothers. This means they always have plenty of milk for nursing, are very attentive, and some are even known to nurse more than one baby at a time. After the cria is born, it's also very easy to tell when they're ready to breed again, and they usually become pregnant with just one breeding.
Having had alpacas since 1994, we couldn't help but learn a few things over the years. Though we have a lot of our own opinions on things, we like to encourage our customers to find what's right for them too. We're more than happy to be as involved with getting you going as you'd like, but also recognize that what we think isn't written in stone. So take some of our experience and add it to your info stock piles to give you a great base in getting going in the industry! To learn more click here.
are very safe and gentle, especially with just a bit of good training, making them the ideal livestock for families with children. live to be 15 to 25 years old, and can be reproductively active for the majority of their lives. have babies, called crias, who are walking and nursing within a few hours of birth, following 11 months of gestation. are environmentally friendly, having padded feet with two toes that don't damage the ground. are ruminants with three stomachs, making them very efficient eaters. are very therapeutic animals. They have an intricate form of communication through body postures and various hums. come in a wide range of colors, such as rose greys, silver greys, many shades of brown, black and white. produce 4 to 10 pounds of incredibly fine and, therefore, soft fiber that makes exquisite items such as sweaters, scarves, hats, rugs, wall hangings, etc. are a huggable investment that can bring a high rate of return!