Long Hollow Alpacas was started in 2002, on a five acre farm, as an alternative to traditional farming. Traditional farming usually entails a one-way road trip for animals. Raising Alpacas is our cruelty-free alternative! In 2008 we moved to our new 62 acre facility
We decided on Suri Alpacas for their lustrous rope-like twisted locks. In addition, Suri Alpacas account for approximately 1%-3% of the world population of fine fiber producing animals.
Our intent is to raise "Colorumtious, Fibertastic Suri Alpacas"! While we approach this goal in a light-hearted manner, our commitment is wholehearted. Our belief in the alpaca industry is such that in 2005 Long Hollow Alpacas joined with Hickory Bluff Farms to become owners of New Era Fiber - an alpaca fiber processing facility.
Conveniently located on Wallace Road, about six miles from Gallatin, TN, we are easy to find and fun to visit.