Live with the livestock
“[Agritourism is] just a good outdoor experience for families, or we’ve had single people come up as well,” said Melissa Reeder, co-owner of Apple Mountain Alpacas in Clarkesville. “It’s fresh air; a fresh, different experience.”
The Reeders got into alpacas, a type of livestock raised for its fiber, about five years ago.
Farm tours at Apple Mountain include meet-and-greets with the animals, plus learning about their life cycle, how they’re bred and the fiber they produce. And, if the trip is timed right during April, agritourists can observe the alpacas getting their annual