Welcome to Beck Brow Alpacas of Cumbria - Alpacas for sale

Based in Cumbria, Beck Brow are alpaca breeders with a prize winning alpaca herd, including  multiple supreme champion male Beck Brow Explorer. With a breeding programme that contains an impressive selection of different genetics, and colours, we usually have alpacas for sale to meet most requirements.

We offer elite stud services, and have a selection of both Huacaya and Suri stud males available, ranging from white through to black. We strongly believe in only using males with proven genetics and those with the most desirable traits. It is our aim to not only breed alpacas that have real fineness and density, but also to have alpacas that are friendly and well handled.

Our core herd at Beck Brow Alpacas of Cumbria has been carefully selected to include some of the best genetics available in the UK and around the world. A carefully researched breeding programme has resulted in the Beck Brow herd achieving show success at the highest level. We are again in 2018 proud to be Gold Sponsors of the British Alpaca Society National Show.

We pride ourselves on providing support to new breeders which includes alpaca courses . For regular up dates from the farm please follow our blog Our farm is situated between junctions 41 and 42 of the M6, conveniently situated for those travelling from Scotland and the North of England. Why not give us a call and arrange a visit. We love to talk alpaca. Advice and support is always available, including help with initial farm set up.

Barbara & Paul

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Spring Has Arrived

Spring Has Arrived

April seemed to disappear in a haze of one alpaca show after another…five out of six weekends (including the BAS National at the end of March) saw me either judging or exhibiting. It certainly allowed me to see a lot of alpacas (and you really can’t see too many in my case). The last of […]

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  16/05/2018   No comments
How many months….

How many months….

How many months does it take to write a blog…not as long as it takes to choose a National Show team… I am not sure I can really call this posting a blog. Having just Googled the term, it would appear the word ‘regular ‘ is somewhat key … ‘written in an informal or conversational style’…okay […]

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  12/02/2018   2 comments