Evergreen Terrace Farms Home Page
Nestled in the Willamette Valley, Oregon's wine country, Evergreen Terrace Farms is just fifteen miles west of Salem, Oregon, and only five miles from Western Oregon University.
At Evergreen Terrace Farms, we breed Huycaya alpacas for colored, ribbon-winning fleeces. We offer breeding and non-breeding (fiber) alpaca stock in a spectrum of colors, as well as stud services from our color-producing alpaca studs.
In addition to alpaca ranching, Evergreen Terrace Farms is home to our alpaca blog and our alpaca podcast, Paca Talk, the only alpaca podcast that is currently in production. Check out the links to the blog and the podcast below.
Please come and visit us! Directions and contact information are available via the links to the right.
News from the Evergreen Terrace Farms Blog
- Aug. 21, 2012:
Meet baby Lovejoy, named after the Reverend Timothy Lovejoy from the Simpsons. He is actually a little copy of his granddam, Consuella. He weighed in at 17 pounds, 5 ounces.
His dam is Lisa Simpson and his sire is G.K. Willie.
- June 27, 2012: Alpaca yarn and roving at WOU on Friday
- May 23, 2012: Preschool visit
News from the PacaTalk Podcast
- Oct. 29, 2010:
Hi Loyal Listeners! Paca Talk is on baby hiatus. That is, Maren is going to have a baby any second, and so we can’t commit to recording on any regular schedule. We’ll return soon. Until then, enjoy our archives! Maren and Charles
- July 25, 2010: Paca Talk #28 — Alpaca Festival of Oregon Recap
- June 19, 2010: Paca Talk #27-Farm Talk-Shearing 2010 recap