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Now on Facebook, as Mel Semmler ( Facebook made me change it as they only want real people on there lol!)  take a look!

I also have a page on Facebook about the animals I rescue, its called Rescued Treasures.

Painted Pines Alpaca Stud is situated in Lyndoch, in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. About an hours drive from Adelaide.

The property “Pine Park” mainly consists of vineyards, but is also home to Dairy cows, sheep, chooks, Guinea fowl, peacocks, geese, 4 goats, rabbits, birds, 2 dogs, 3 cats, 3 camel's, 15 llama's, 1 Alpama and @ 60 alpacas.

Home to all 3 Camelids!

 

            Hugo  and his 2 new girl friends have there own page's.                                          click on his pic, or name to visit his!

My Niece having a pretend sit on moosey.

Ryder and Xian the Suri Llama having a rest together, Both aged 8 months.

 

 

Home to some beautiful and unusual looking alpacas! Left is Striking Camouflage ( Stryker) and Spots of Love Tahnee.

Pictured above grazing with the sheep.

At Painted Pines Alpacas we specialize in alpacas with unique markings and colour's. Please look through our website for photos of our lovely animals. On the for sale page there are links to view information about all aspect of new alpaca ownership.

Some of the girls overlooking the property.

 

The farm dogs, Krunchee (with my son) and Ootz with his friends.

 Both now RIP

and cats Clinker and Tinga Tinga.

New pup Ryder with mate Rory (now RIP)


New pup Squash

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This site was last updated 29-Dec-2015