Meet Charnwood Forest Hemera – £650

Hemera is a non breeding, halter trained female Hemera is one of our youngest members of our herd up for sale. She has a lovely sweet nature, halter trained and easy to handle. WIth being so young,...

Meet Putford Spice – £650

Spice is a non breeding, halter trained female who is easy to handle Spice is a very confident female and always leads the chase when it’s time to eat. She loves being out in the fields and...

Meet Cainhoe Abi – £2,500

Abi is a breeding, halter trained female Abi has a very striking look and she is one you spot straight away in the field, given her white socks and white patches on her head. Her 2018 and 2019 cria...

Meet Inca Fantasia – £3,500

Fantasia is a breeding, halter trained female Fantasia is a large, confident girl with a strong character matched with a fantastic maternal instinct. Fantasia has had 5 cria on the farm so far and...

Meet Morden Hall Santorini – £3,500

Santorini is a breeding, halter trained female and is available in December 2021. Our Alpaca for sale, Santorini is a lovely solid female. Her fleece is beautiful to view and handle, the brightness...

Meet Morden Hall Allegro – £5,000

Allegro is a breeding, halter trained female Our Alpaca for sale, Allegro is all we want to see in a breeding female, she has correct and beautifully balanced conformation with superior fleece...

Meet Morden Hall Fiji – £5,000

Fiji is a breeding, halter trained female and is available in December 2021. Our Alpaca for sale, Fiji is following in the footsteps of her sire in every way, Her first fleece micron of 21.6 assures...


Purchasing an alpaca is a significant commitment and requires a real passion for the species and a strong knowledge of what exactly it is you’re looking for. This can be a bit of an intimidating process, but whether you’re a first-time buyer or long-term enthusiast, purchasing a new alpaca is an exciting time, and at GB Alpacas we are here to help you make that step!

Owner Chris started his alpaca journey over a decade ago, with no prior experience in raising, handling, breeding or showing animals, so he has a unique understanding of the challenges new alpaca owners face. Over time, Chris and our team have learned thousands of valuable lessons and today we are proud to be able to sell Huacaya alpacas with strong bloodlines, relaxed temperaments, quality fleece and many positive breed characteristics. Through the carefully chosen genetics of our herd and the exceptional level of care we give all of our animals, we have helped to curate a herd of exceptional quality male and female alpacas for sale.


Find out more

To find out more, please fill in the form below with some additional information about your needs, and Chris or a member of our team will get in touch!

    [anr_nocaptcha g-recaptcha-response]


    Buying an Alpaca

    We are truly passionate about breeding British alpacas and improving the quality of our herd, and this shows in everything that we do! The most important things we consider when breeding our alpacas for sale are the conformation and fleece of the animal.


    The conformation of the animal refers to the shape of the alpaca and is a great indicator of overall health. An alpaca with good conformation will also be better for showing and breeding in the future, making them an excellent long-term investment. For example, when standing, an alpaca should have:

    • A short muzzle
    • A symmetrical head and jaw
    • Ears that are pointed and erect
    • A straight neck and back, meeting at an approximately 45° angle
    • Strong, straight legs that don’t bow in at the ankle area and aren’t too close together


    Alpaca fleece can be used for so many different purposes and the market for alpaca wool and products is growing every day. Alpaca fleece is much softer and finer than sheep’s wool, and doesn’t contain lanolin, which can prompt allergic reactions in some people. Plus, when looking for alpacas to add to your own herd, the quality of the fleece indicates not just the overall health and quality of the animal, but also represents a really important revenue stream for many owners. Even if you aren’t looking to breed, your alpacas will always need to be sheared, and there will always be buyers out there for high-quality alpaca fleece!

    Alpaca fleece should always be soft, smooth and even. The highest quality alpaca fleeces will have a high staple length and low micron count. Staple length refers to how long the individual alpaca hairs are (for reference, a 3-inch staple length is about standard), while the micron count measures the width of the individual hairs (the average is between 24 and 28 microns, and the lower the micron count, the better the fibre). We can provide our potential buyers with a variety of different records and certificates showing the quality of each individual alpaca’s fleece, should you need them.

    We also keep records of the ancestry of all of our alpacas including the dam and the sire (mother and father) for at least three generations. We can always provide you with a copy of the family tree of any of our alpacas for sale, as well as any awards within the family tree. Our family records also include the descendants of any adult alpacas for sale for multiple generations. The bloodline of the animal is so important as it gives buyers a really strong indication of the long-term health and breeding potential of each alpaca.


    Caring for Our Herd

    GB Alpacas are fully registered with the British Alpaca Society and we adhere to the BAS’s Code of Conduct for the sale of alpacas. We’re so passionate about alpacas and developing the species as a whole, so the quality of care we offer our animals is of utmost importance to us, both as sellers and as alpaca owners ourselves.

    Our alpacas receive daily love, care and attention from Chris and our team, and have an in-depth annual healthcare plan that includes monthly weigh-ins and body scoring to ensure the profiles of all of our animals are kept up-to-date, regular toenail trims and hoof care, vitamin supplements three times a year and regular zinc and camelid drenches to prevent infections and diseases in our herd.