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Offbeat Acres Alpaca Farm Wisconsin

Visit us at:
5453 Pierceville Road
Cottage Grove,  WI  53527

Call us at:
(608) 219-6369 (Erin) or
(608) 669-6651 (Paul)

Welcome to Offbeat Acres!
Alpaca, fruit and fiber farm near Madison, WI

This site last modified on September 19 2014.  Copyright 2009 - www.offbeatacres.com

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FInd us at:
Hilldale Farmer's Market, Wednesdays & Saturdays, August - February

Monona Farmer's Market, Sundays, August - October

Visit us Sept 27 & 28, 2014 from 1:30 - 5:30 for National Alpaca Farm Days!




Buy local with Offbeat Acres!  We are proud to feature an inventory that is almost exclusively grown on our farm or made in the USA.  Alpaca is incredibly soft, warm and luxurious, and is perfect thing to keep you warm this winter!.  

Offbeat Acres is a small fruit and fiber farm, located ten miles east of Madison, Wisconsin. We grow raspberries, peaches, apples, pumpkins and blackberries. We raise and have blankets, scarves, yarn, roving, socks, raw fiber and other alpaca products for sale.  The land has been in our family since the 1890s. Visitors would always tell us we should do something with the place, but it took years of gardening, cooking, research, and a fifteen page business plan to make it a reality.

What is Offbeat Acres?

What We Do With Our Fiber

All of our fiber is utilized.  Our very best fleece is sent out for processing into yarn and roving.  This year, we will have yarn available in white, black, grey, fawn, and brown.  We are experimenting with multi-colored yarn too and will have combinations of fawn/white, bay black/light fawn, and our extra special "turtle sundae blend" of black, fawn, and beige appaloosa.   We also have roving in white, fawn, and multi colors too.

Some of our fiber is sent out to be made into special felted products.  This year, our "Prestige" & "Martha" scarves will be back!  These are felted, finished scarves with colored accents for extra style.  These scarves sold out quickly last year and we're excited to bring them back.   We're also having some felted insoles made to help keep your feet warm this winter!

Finally, we are also proud to be members of the Alpaca Blanket Project as well as the Alpaca Fiber Co-op of North America, and send these two organizations the rest of our fiber.   We are pleased to feature blankets and scarves made by Pendleton Wooien Mills from the Alpaca Blanket Project, as well as Extreme Alpaca Socks made by the the Alpaca Fiber Co-op of North America. Buy local, buy American with Offbeat Acres!

Don't Forget Our Alpacas!

We are proud to have quality huacaya alpaca breeding stock in our herd. We have several award winning herdsires, along with ribbon winning females. We also do histograms on all our breeding stock, and can prove their quality.

Our Buzz, aka "Commander Ferguson" is the first cria born on our farm to bring home blue, and our newest boy, Piper, brought one home too.   We are also pleased with our histograms this year - over ten of our alpacas were tested, and most were extremely fine at under 20 microns.   Give us a call or drop an e-mail to set up a visit.  We have quality breeding stock available at reasonable prices, and you can't beat our after sale support!

We also own the Alpaca Blanket Project.  ABP works with alpaca breeders all over the country, sorting and grading their fiber into large, commercial size lots. Our biggest fiber client is Pendleton Woolen Mills, who turns the fiber into beautiful blankets and scarves.

We also have some other projects in the works for the fiber.  Our focus is to work with American manufacturer to create a viable American alpaca textile industry.   Click here to check out our Facebook page or check our our online Farm Store to see ABP products.

The Alpaca Blanket Project!

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