COBB HILL ALPACAS

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About Cobb Hill Alpacas

Conveniently located just minutes from both I-77 & I-81, Cobb Hill Alpacas is home to one of nature's most luxurious fiber producing animals the Alpaca. Our farm is truly a working farm where visitors can interact with our alpacas and llama as they graze in the rolling mountain pastures. Some lucky visitors may get the opportunity to collect eggs from our free range chickens or observe honey bees at work. Many unique handmade items from our herd, alpaca socks and honey and fresh free range eggs are for sale.

CONTACT

Physical Address

448 Turley Farm Rd
Wytheville VA
(Wythe County)

Phone 276-0780-1690
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Business Contact

Tom Wynn
Owner
Cell: 276-780-1690
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Business Contact

Kim Wynn
Owner
Cell: 276-780-8707
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Location Contact

Tom Wynn
Owner
Cell: 276-780-1690
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PRODUCTS OFFERED

Artisan Foods
honey

Dairy & Eggs
eggs

Farm Tourism & Events
farm tours, workshops, event space/weddings

Fibers
alpaca, llama

Flowers
fresh flowers

Specialty Products
beeswax, soap, hand spun yarn, hand knit clothing, felt, artisan crafts, compost, manure

PAYMENT METHOD

Credit/Debit

ROADSIDE HOURS

Located on our small farm, we offer a variety of unique handmade articles of clothing, home accents and commercially produced alpaca products items (socks, gloves, etc.). We also sell raw wild flower honey when available. Because we are vendors at several local farmer's markets we are open by appointment only.

Our store is open from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014.

  • Sun. 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Mon. 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Tue. 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Thu. 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Fri. 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

VISITING

Our Farm Offers:

Conveniently located just minutes from both I-77 & I-81, Cobb Hill Alpacas is home to one of nature's most luxurious fiber producing animals the Alpaca. We offer our farm visitors a chance to see our animals up close and learn about alpacas, llamas and honey bees. We also discus and demonstrate how alpaca fiber is transformed into luxurious yarns and clothing. Some lucky visitors may get the opportunity to collect eggs from our free range chickens or observe honey bees at work. Many unique handmade items from our herd, alpaca socks and honey are for sale.

TAILGATE MARKETS

We sell at the following tailgate markets:

In the ASAP directory

Independence Farmers Market Rural Retreat Farmer's Market

PRACTICES FOLLOWED

Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Pasture Raised, Conventional, Humanely Raised, Free Range