Alpaca farming in the Pacific Northwest is ideally suited to the temperate climate, nutrient-rich grazing pastures, and abundance of knowledgeable, friendly alpaca farms who can be found here on the Pacific Northwest Alpaca Assocition website.
New to alpacas?
The first step to learning more about these gentle producers of one of the world's most luxurious fibers, is to find a farm near you and set up a visit today to see these magical animals for yourself! Or check out the alpacas for sale and alpaca products offered by our members.
Already an alpaca farmer?
If you're currently an alpaca breeder in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, or Montana, join PNAA today and become a part of the dedicated community of northwest alpaca breeders and take advantage of the membership benefits PNAA offers.
News and Upcoming Events
NW Alpaca Showcase registration is open! Please go to the Showcase pages on the site for more info! We are looking forward to our fall 2014 show so if you would like any information or to volunteer, please contact Mary Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-610-6778.
Walla Walla County Fair: Donna Anderson of Double D Alpacas is the alpaca livestock superintenddent for the Walla Walla County Fair, August 27th - 31 2014. There will be two open classes:
1) Division 42101 2) Division 42102. Cash Prizes 1st 16.00 2nd 12.00 3rd 10.00. entery fee is 5.00 an alpaca.
- Are there any members who would like to volunteer. Participation can be for 1/2 a day or longer.
- Anyone who volunteers to help will be able to get a share of leads that are generated.
M S N D - A Mid-Summer Night's Dream - Freedom Through Marketing - is our new and inaugural annual summer conference. This year it will be held July 11, 12, & 13 at SAGE BLUFF ALPACAS in Prosser WA. For complete information go to the M S N D website www.pnaamsnd.com or click the MSND tab on the menu bar or contact us at email@example.com