Meet & Greet Picnic with the Alpacas.
A small family run farm based in the historic village of Odiham, Hampshire. Easily reached from Berkshire and Surrey. Visitors are welcome by appointment.
Meet Blue...The friendliest dog we know. Blue's natural instincts are to herd. He's regularly seen pacing up and down the side of the field perimeter fence during the alpacas feeding time. So much so that he's created his own little path down the side. Blue loves to meet new people and loves a good belly rub.
Meet our horses... We have two horses at Broad Oak Alpaca Farm. Queenie & Billy. They spend their time grazing our fields and also occasionally you will see them on roads in the local villages. Both horses love human interaction and you will often see their excitement in their hilarious facial expressions.
Meet Easter... Easter is our only cockerel at the farm. Easter was born on (Well you probably guessed already), Easter Day! He was hatched at the farm and is a VERY vocal character at Broad Oak Alpaca Farm. Often waking us up at all hours with his cock-a-doodle-doo. Easter does his best to guard an army of hens and is probably the tamest of the chickens we have on site. Our free range hens lay many delicious eggs on a daily basis.
Alpaca wool is a type of wool that is derived from the fibers that naturally grow on alpacas. These animals are known as camelids since they are similar to camels, and alpacas are native to South America.
Free range eggs
Free-range eggs are eggs produced from birds that may be permitted outdoors. The term "free-range" may be used differently depending on the country and the relevant laws, and is not regulated in many areas.
An honesty box is a method of charging for a service such as admission or car parking, or for a product such as home-grown produce and flowers, which relies upon each visitor paying at a box using the honor system. Tickets are not issued and such sites are usually unattended.