Graustark Farm

Experience llamas, alpacas & sheep and the fiber they produce!

By appointment only

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Experience llamas, alpacas & sheep and the fiber they produce! Hand made products from our fiber for sale.

Graustark Farm has been raising and training llamas for their wonderful personalities and fine fiber for almost 20 years. We no longer sell animals, so the llamas along with a few alpacas and sheep contribute to our fiber stash. Linda spins her own yarns and uses them in weaving and other fiber arts. The farm is open to the public by appointment only. Farm tours, llama walks, weaving and spinning demonstrations are available and hand made designs from our own yarns are for sale. See our antique fiber tools display as well. We do ask for a donation for tours and walks to help with our rescue animals. Our mission is to provide education, training and support for both new owners and enthusiasts. Happy llamas are gentle and undemanding and love to give “llama kisses”. Come experience these unique animals for yourself.


Linda J. Brown




19240 Walsh Farm Ln
Bluemont, VA 20135

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