These are some of the questions that we get asked the most.If you don’t see your question here, feel free to reach out via th contact page. 


No. You are welcome to stop by and browse the shop anytime during open hours, which are regularly posted and updated here.

Yes. We are an active working farm, so in order to keep things flowing, we take limited groups at specific times on guided tours. 

Around 35-45 minutes, depending on the size of the group and the mood of the alpacas.

There is a small parking pad right down by the barn. If that is full, you can park on the grass strip that runs along the driveway.

Absolutely! Photography is welcome, and we encourage you to post and tag us at @ArtsyFarmer on FB and @the.artsy.farmer on Instagram. 

You will have the option to purchase some feed when taking a tour, but we ask that you only feed the alpacas the pellets from our shop and not anything you bring with you as they are on a specific diet. 

Yes, although all children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

For the safety and health of the alpacas, we do not allow dogs or pets of any kind. 

No, except in extreme cases. We have a large barn, so tours will move inside if the weather is nasty. 

All of our tours are booked online here.

It’s better if you make an appointment as there is no guarantee that there will be spots available if you just drop in. However, if we have an opening from a cancelation or no-show, we will try to fit people in. 

You are welcome to cancel and receive a full refund up to 24 hours before your scheduled visit. After that, tours are non-refundable.

The Shop

Shop hours are regularly updated and posted here.

Yes, we offer local pick up, and you can select that option during checkout. 

Yes. You can check out our full shipping policy here.

You can read our full refund policy here.

The artist Bari Rhys retains image ownership as well as all licensing and reproduction rights for all sold artwork, designs, and photography. This includes the right to reproduce sold originals and commissions, unless the collector has purchased full or partial rights to the artwork, in addition to buying the original and/or commission.  

Collectors have the right to display the artwork they purchase in their home or business, but may not reproduce the work in any way without the artist's written consent. 

If you have an interest in purchasing full or partial rights to an original painting or commission, let us know! Some collectors like to ensure their personal commission will never become a print, and the artist would be happy to discuss that with you.

To learn more about Alpacas check out the About Alpacas page.

To learn more about The Artsy Farmer and its history check out the About Us page.