Cuddle With The Sweetest Alpacas At The Tiny Humor Me Farm In New Jersey

One of the cutest animals in the world has to be an alpaca. They are just so odd-looking, with their long necks, huge eyes, and an abundance of fear, it’s hard NOT to have your heart melt when you see one. Luckily, there are plenty of farms in New Jersey where you can get up close and personal with the alpacas. One of those farms is the Humor Me Farm in Newfoundland, New Jersey. They raise poultry and sell goods at local farm markets, but they also breed alpacas and angora rabbits, the fluffiest animals we ever did see. You can arrange a tour with Humor Me Farm to see how the farm operates and learn all about these sweet creatures!

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Just keep in mind that when you visit, you will be visiting an actual working farm, so, as Humor Me Farm’s site says, “be ready to be immersed in our everyday farm work. From skirting and washing fleece, carding, finishing yarn, and weaving, to feeding the livestock, tending various structures, and helping in the gardens.” Sounds educational and fun to us!

Address: Newfoundland, West Milford, NJ 07435, USA