• Lifespan 15-25 years
  • Cousin to the llama
  • Member of the camelid family
  • Approximately 1 year gestation term
  • Naturally hypo-allergenic
  • Soft-footed - no hooves
  • 150 pounds average weight



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What is an alpaca?

Alpaca Quick Facts

Mt. Tabor Alpaca Farm is located in Aurora, Indiana.  We raise suri alpacas, and offer breeding and boarding services.  We love visitors, and offer private and group tours. 

An alpaca is a cousin to the llama., and valued for its luxurious fiber.  Both are members of the camelid family.  An alpaca's lifespan can range between 15-25 years.  A Llama is larger than an alpaca, and most times will have banana-shaped years, which face towards each other.  An alpaca's ears typically are straight and face-forward.

Contact Us

Phone:  513-200-4166

Email:  jwilk9265@gmail.com

9265 Mt. Tabor Road

​Aurora, IN  47001

​Hours by appointment only