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Sale of the farm is now complete.

Alanna and I have both made Palmerston our home. Such a major change was rough to take but we can now settle in our new home and enjoy the new community.

Watch for the launch of Dyeing For Alpaca this fall.

Also, don't forget to see us at the Almonte Fibre Fest, September 13-14!

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Our alpacas are part of the family
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The girls call this century old barn home.

A variety of alpaca products can be found at Victory Farm Store



The transition of Victory Farm from Lanark Highlands to Palmerston is now complete. We are settled into our house at 335 Bell Street, Palmerston Ontario, N0G 2P0. Our remaining alpacas are doing well at their respective temporary homes. Carmen, Margareta & Megan along with their 2014 cria are residing at Serendipity Farm, Lanark Highlands. Four yearling females are under the care of 7th Heaven Alpacas, Harriston. My two black studs, Riley and Maze, have joined the Andre’s Alpacas male herd at Hanover.

The “3 Steps To Savings” package offer ends September 1st. Now is the time to enhance your herd with quality genetics from Victory Farm. If you have been thinking of getting some alpacas now is the time to act.


For Brian & Alanna moving off the farm does not mean getting out of the alpaca industry. We are moving to Palmerston Ontario to be closer to family and many Alpaca Ontario (AO) friends. The Victory Farm Store will transition to new specialized endeavor by Alanna: Dyeing For Alpaca. Alanna will continue her hand dying of alpaca yarns and selling of hand-knit alpaca products. Alanna is chairing the 2015 AO Show Steering Committee and sits on the AO Board of Directors. Brian has been raising alpacas since 2003 and is involved in the industry. He is past chair of the Alpaca Ontario Show Steering Committee (the largest show in Canada) and is past chair of the Alpaca Canada Show Committee. He knows the learning curve is a long one. There is so much that is still being learnt about alpacas. If he doesn’t know the answer to your question, he will find the answer.

Rest assured, even though we are selling our herd, you can always count on us for continued support. After all, even after our alpacas leave our farm, they are still family.