Freestate Llamas

Freestate Llamas is tucked away in beautiful Gid Brown Hollow, near Washington, Virginia.  We are a breeding farm of more than 40 llamas and we focus on producing show quality suri llamas of color.

Each year we produce several cria, using any of our fabulous studs:  FFF Punta Negro – one of the first suri studs in the country, originally sold for more than $60,000; Insured for Life, our new junior suri herd sire out of GNLC Starbucks and Woods Edge Medicine Woman; Peruvian Playboy, the ONLY Maserati son in the US; LUA Bravado’s Almighty who was the 2014 National Champion Extreme Heavy Wool Male; and our
new herd sire, Cabernet’s Chillaxin, an Argentine and Mach One.

We show our llamas all over the country and have the largest suri herd on the eastern seabord.

Our llamas produce about 100 pounds of raw fiber each year, which we have processed into roving, yarn, and beautiful rugs.

Find more information at


16 Pointer Ridge Lane / Washington, VA 22747

From Sperryville:

  • East on Lee Hwy (U.S.-211) 2.2 miles
  • Turn left onto Gid Brown Hollow Rd (Rte. 622)
  • Go 4.6 miles; turn left onto Pointer Ridge Lane.

From Town of Washington:

  • From Main St., turn left onto Harris Hollow Rd (Rte. 622), just after the Rappahannock Co. Health Dept.
  • Go 5.5 miles and turn right onto Pointer Ridge Lane.


Farm Tour Weekend Activities:

Spinning demonstrations

Walk a llama

Llama fiber products available


Kid friendly? Yes

Pet friendly? No (Livestock on site)

Handicap Accessible? We have gravel roads – nothing is paved, but everything is on one level.

Restrooms? Port-o-Potty on site

Wifi? No