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About Us

brenna brendon and jayBrendon Taylor, of Waikara Park Alpacas have been breeding alpacas for thirteen years and is now situated in beautiful Loburn, North Canterbury.

Starting with two older females, numbers quickly grew with just over 80 Huacaya alpaca on the farm now.

To learn more Brendon had been involved in the Southern Regional Committee since its inception, helping run field days and courses for new and older members. Including holding the position of Regional President for two years.

Being Convenor of the Ashburton A. & P. Show & past convenor of the prestigious Alpaca Colourbration has led him to become more involved within the alpaca show scene and to compare the quality of their alpacas against other breeder's alpacas.

Constantly striving to improve the quality of their alpacas has led him to purchase into some of the top genetics from Australia and Peru in the way of females and stud males. Two of the stud males (Perez and Dropkick) are Supreme champions in their own right, with Cedar House Perez wining supreme champion at New Zealands first National Alpaca Show held in Christchurch 2004.

Hadstock N.Z. Dropkick is a grand daddy of the show circuit, having won numerous broad ribbons including 3 Supreme titles. Ashburton A&P 2002 & 2003, Canterbury A&P 2002.

The latest stud males acquired from Australia are Flowerdale Shackleton (solid medium fawn) and Timbertop CT Legacy (solid medium brown). Both males are also supreme champions with Shackleton's progeny also taking out supreme titles.

Brendons aim is to strive for vast improvement in their alpaca herd by selecting and breeding for good handle, fineness, density, crimp structure & luster and fantastic temperament to which end he hopes will improve the national herd quality with his fabulous fawns & beautiful browns.