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Welcome to Sugg Plantation & Alpaca Farm

Our Story

Both Warren and Amy come from many generations of farming.

Warren grew up in Eastern NC, and worked on his family farm growing tobacco, cotton, soy beans, watermelon, and other crops. Amy grew up in the mountains of Western NC, and her family has farmed tobacco, black angus cattle, and Fraser fir Christmas trees. 

Warren and Amy met at church in Raleigh, NC and married in 2005. They lived in Fuquay-Varina (just outside Raleigh) for several years. As their children grew, so did their dream of having their very own farm. Living close to a large city had its perks, but in 2014, the mountains began to call Amy home. After praying for direction, they were given an opportunity to move back to the farm to continue the family legacy and making their dream a reality.  

When they’re not tending to all the animals around the farm, Warren works as a civil engineer in Asheville and Amy is a real estate broker with Re/Max Executive in Waynesville. They both enjoy serving in their community and their church.  

"It's sort of in your blood. You don't think about the long hours or the money. You do it because you love it.”

~Ross Haberfield

 Our Farm

Sugg Plantation and Alpaca Farm is located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, near Maggie Valley, NC. Around the farm, you'll find alpacas, black angus cattle, chickens, ducks, a ram, goat, donkey, two great pyrenees, and a few cats. 


Family farming is more important now than ever before. The Sugg sisters learn about farming first hand by helping care for the animals, along with selling delicious hormone-free farm fresh eggs. They also experience management of the farm, and watch alpaca fiber go from animal to finished product.

Our Mission 

To be faithful and good stewards of the land and resources that God has provided.






"The animals are beautiful & the people could not be nicer. They go out of their way just because that is how they are. The children were trilled!"

David A.

"Fun with family and the alpaca farm. The owners were very courteous and informative about living with these great farm animals. I hope to feed the males next time I go."
James C.

"Today my granddaughter and her friend had a great experience at the Alpaca Farm. Amy and Warren made us all feel very welcome.. the children enjoyed hearing about all the animals. Feeding them was my favorite. We look forward to maybe having a group of kids out from Shining Rock to visit. Thank you again for a entertaining and fun Sunday afternoon."

Barbara C.

"So much fun and we learned a lot about those beautiful and friendly animals. Will definitely go back."
"We had the best time! Great experience... we learned a lot and the kids had a blast. Amy and her animals are very kind and friendly. Highly recommend!"
"Thanks for a fun time today and sorry we were late. It’s great to meet more nice folks and learn about the farms and small businesses right in our beautiful Haywood County."
Carolyn P.
"We had so much fun and the kids LOVED it!"
"Such a unique experience! Almost borderline magical frolicking among the alpaca! Everyone needs to play with alpaca at least once in their life!"
Nancy D.

"Myself, daughter and granddaughter went on Thanksgiving Day and had a wonderful time. Lots of fun, informative and interactive. Great family experience presented."

Cynthia M.

"We had such a great time today at this beautiful farm. Warren was awesome and it was nice to meet Amy. We loved the alpacas, donkey, goat and 2 Great Pyrenees. We really enjoyed feeding the animals and hearing about them. Thank you! We would highly recommend a visit and will be back!"
Jennifer J.
"Such a fun time learning about alpacas and getting to visit them “up close and personal” with an added bonus of Hank the “bully” goat 😉and sweet Dixie the donkey plus the beautiful Great Pyrenees guard dogs. Amy and Warren great hosts. I even got to do some shopping for Christmas and for me!! All animal lovers should take an hour and visit!!"
Rochelle P.
"My son and I had a great time feeding and learning about alpacas."
Graham H.
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