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Located in the southwesternmost corner of North Carolina, our farm is home to Mike and Woody Ham, 43 delightful alpacas, 1 noble llama, 5 loyal dogs and 2 working cats. These ancient Appalachian hills surround us with four distinct seasons and daily encounters with the miraculous natural world.

Two Crows Farm promotes the rural lifestyle, which for us, includes raising alpacas for their luxurious fiber. We invite you to come learn about raising livestock, processing yarn, growing your food and the sense of community that living in the country brings.

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