Our Mission Statement:
Our mission at Troublesome Hollow Farm is to put God first in our lives and he will guide us to make our farm a safe, healthy and wonderful place for our animals to live.
Troublesome Hollow Farm contains over 100 acre's located on the Primrose Lane near Beattyville, Kentucky.
We started out with 6 alpaca's and now have 18. We also have around 55 goats, 3 donkeys, 2 milk cows and lots of chickens. We started our farm as a hobby and now it has turned into more of a business. We both work full time at public work and enjoy the time we get to be with the animals. We also produce homemade lye soap, decorative soaps, and home made tarts for tart burner. We card, spin, knit, felt the alpaca fiber to make products to sell at the Woolly Worm Festival the 3rd weekend of October. We are always thinking of ways to make our farm better for our animals.
Directions to our Farm:
Troublesome Hollow Farm is located at Beattyville, Ky. about 75 miles southeast of Lexington. We are about 22 miles from Natural Bridge State Park and close to the Red River Gorge area. Take 52 East from Beattyville about 4 miles, turn left of 2016 about 1/2 mile and turn right on Primrose lane, our farm is located at 169 Spencer Lane off of Primrose Lane.