Who we are: a small experimental homestead with goats, alpacas, and a garden. Bobcats, deer, coyote, and foxes play in our small dense patch of woods that is bordered by cow pastures and pastoral mountain views. Doves and downy woodpeckers flit under the holly and hemlock trees. Rest a while in one of the hammocks, forage for edible food, or walk along the mossy trails. Meet our animals:Click here for profiles and introductions to our animals. History: Over 13 years ago, Kristalyn and Rock adopted a couple Nigerian dwarf goat wethers, Bumpy and Pi while living on their 1/2 acre urban homestead in the South of Asheville. A couple years later, 2 huayaca alpacas, Chaco and Cayo joined the herd. A dream to raise and milk Nigerian dwarf goats became reality when they moved to Marshall on 16 acres where they added a registered Nigerian dwarf Bella, her daughter, Bebe, and a Nubian Fainting doeling, Chloe. Helping raise Bebe since she was one week old and miking Bella have been proud accomplishments. In May 2022, 3 Suri male alpacas, MoonFyre (2 years old), and 9 month olds, Tawny and Chestnut joined the farm.