Land Run Alpacas


Our pastures are maintained as chemical-free bermuda grass and kept weed-free (as much as is possible) as a result of relentless mowing and an intensive pasture maintenance routine (a must to keep the alpaca's fleece clean and sticker-free). Our animals are grazers, supplemented with mineral pellets to maintain good health and fiber, and fed high-protein hay/alfalfa from nearby farms during the winter months..

This particular product is recommended for indoor house plant use. We have used it and have noticed positive results in our home.

Call for more information if interested in trying something new for your plant's health.

nb: larger quantities of alpaca beans (dried whole beans) are available for your own fall gardening needs. Please call for availability.


Updated April 2018.

Simply that. Natural droppings from the alpaca that has been partially composted, air dried, sifted, ground or hand screened with field debris (straw, pebbles and or dirt) removed by hand. Each bag uniquely contains primarily "the end result" of what has happened to the bermuda grass hay that has been eaten/processed by the camelid's  three stomachs.  

The N-P-K values of this product are less than that of off-the-shelf fertilizers, but its lower organic content makes it gentler (no burning) on plants. Nutrients are slow to release and it is non-toxic. The manure helps with water retention and rejuvenates potting soil. Further, it is odorless and has no chemical additives. It is quite natural.


What is Alpaca manure?

Alpaca Poo