About Our Farm
|My name is Jamie Clark. I first started working with alpacas when I was 17 years old as a volunteer at Northwest Alpacas during winter vacation in December of 2003. After graduating from high school I joined the Northwest Alpacas team from 2004 - 2010. During that period and over almost 11 years in the alpaca business, I have gained knowledge in fleece, genetics, breeding, reproduction, herd health, and neonatal care from Mike Safley, Dr. Paul L. Jones, The Veterinarians of Woodburn Veterinary Clinic, Jude Anderson and Alan Cousill of Pucara International, Tim and Eldonna Graber of North Plains Alpacas, and several others. Without their support and guidance I would not be who I am today.
I believe in honesty and integrity are of utmost importance in every aspect of life including the alpaca business. My goal is to produce alpacas with fine fleece and extreme uniformity between the secondaries and primaries. Conformation is important for the health of the alpaca and strong genetics are the building blocks to the ideal alpaca. All my proven females have had excellent production and I am VERY proud of them! My studs are the driving force to where I want to go in this business. All my studs exhibit superior genetics, fleece attributes and conformation. I offer females and breedings at great prices in order to access those who always wanted alpacas, but could never afford them in previous years. My lower prices in no way mean that the quality of my females are inferior. If you purchase any of my alpacas I will help guide you towards your end goal and help you make the most out of your future endeavor. I have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to animal husbandry, neonatal care, fleece, and breedings, so I am very well qualified to assist you when needed. If you would like more information on my alpacas or have any herd health questions, feel free to shoot me an E-Mail.
|Alpacas at Paca Paradise Ranch|
|11785 SW River Rd|