I'm afraid I also have to agree with Jim. We "raise" the rescue animals that people dump after they realize that they goofed big time by investing in get rich animal schemes. So people like us have to provide a place for these animals to comfortably and safely live out the rest of their lives. Most of these animals we get for free. Do we make money with such a low investment? Get real! The outgo for barns, fencing, food, vets, and the time for their care costs us a bundle. There is no profit whatsoever, but it is a labor of love.
If you want alpacas or llamas or pygmy goats, or potbellied pigs, etc..consider animal rescue...and then be prepared to devote yourself for the rest of their lives.
Buy locally, buy only humanely raised animals, eat in season, keep bees!