Silent Valley Alpaca is a professionally-run full-time alpaca farm based in Eastern Ontario. Alpaca owners Hanne and Robert Quigley specialize in breeding for champion alpacas while practicing and teaching best-in-class alpaca husbandry, care, health maintenance, and alpaca herd management.
Since the earliest days of Canada's nascent alpaca industry, they have dedicated themselves to pioneering industry initiatives, establishing best practices, fostering education opportunities to new and experienced ranchers, and providing their clients with best-in-class support while raising alpacas of exceptional quality.
"Feel The Excitment"
Driving around North Frontenac is a beautiful experience whatever the time of year. Enjoy The "Four Seasons Scenic Route", and don't forget to stop in to say hello!
With winter finally here, the alpacas get just a bit excited about events happening at the Silent Valley Alpaca Ranch.
Mark your calendar with these special events.
Visit our farm gate store to see the beautiful products made from our alpaca's fleeces.We also carry Canadian made alpaca socks as well as a limited number of woven shawls and throws from Peru. You can indulge yourself and try on some of Hanne's hats, or purchase a delicious tin of loose leaf Sloane Teas. You may also find garlic from Silent Valley Alpacas' garden's, as well as delicious honey from Wilhaven Ridge Alpacas' bees.
Call 613 858-8883 for an appointment.
Coming this Spring 2024
Hanne will be offering an alpaca wet felting course with a limit of 6 participants. More details to follow.
We're excited to see you, so check back to see what's happening.
Hanne & Robert Quigley & the Alpacas
We Are Redirecting Our Business
At Silent Valley Alpaca, we currently manage a retired herd of alpacas.
We've changed our focus, and are no longer active in the alpaca breeding program.
We will continue to offer beautiful alpaca products at our farm gate store, and Hanne will still offer felting and fleece workshops throughout the year.
Every day has been an adventure. It's been a labour of love since 2001.We have learned much and are grateful to the many alpacas who have touched our hearts. We are especially thankful for our clients, our friends, our veterinarian (Steve Scott) and of course our family.