Alicia Holbrook and her husband, Eric, started the farm after Alicia watched a late night show on alpaca while up late after the birth of their second daughter. Eric loved the idea, which is rare!!!
After they attended a seminar on alpaca farming, they decided to make the investment. Over the course of two years, Alicia and Eric purchased land, and built a barn and a fence. With the help of some great family members, the entire project was completed in November of 2013.
Since the arrival of the starter herd of 5 pregnant females in November 2013, the herd has welcomed 12 crias over the past four years. The farm is protected by llamas and a Great Pyrenees named Elsa.