All good things must come to an end…
On September 4, 2021, we closed the barn doors for good. After owning Mountain Hollow Farm for 14 years and our brick & mortar store for nearly 11 years, we’ve decided to sell the farm and move. Depending on when you are reading this, the farm may still be for sale and you can view the listing here.
Therefore, we are no longer hosting farm visits, selling goats, or operating the store.
Things that will NOT change:
- I will continue to operate the Knit Along Club and online store. My web developer is diligently working to add more products to our online store. We may have a brief interruption in service in the online store as we move the inventory to our new location. If we do, it will be brief and clearly noted on the website.
- We will continue to host our Yarn Retreats each March and August at Pine Mountain State Resort Park. They will be rebranded since we will no longer be operating Mountain Hollow Farm, and we will have a few vendors at each retreat.
Thank you to all our loyal customers! I will miss you! If you are a knitter, please check out our online home at knitalongclub.com.
About Mountain Hollow Farm
Mountain Hollow Farm is a cashmere goat farm located on the historic Vancel Mill property about an hour north of Knoxville and 2 hours from Pigeon Forge. Whether you have a genuine interest in cashmere goats or you just want to escape real life for a while, you are welcome at our farm.
We have a variety of fiber-producing animals and a unique country store featuring yarn, fine handcrafts, loose leaf tea, gourmet food mixes, & goat’s milk soap. Visit the store to shop or just hang out. We always have a pot of tea on and chairs awaiting anyone who wants to knit, crochet, spin, or simply chat for a while.
Visit the other pages on this site to learn more about our animals, store, farm tours, birthday parties, and knitting, crochet & spinning classes.
To read about what’s happening on the farm, visit our blog.
The Galavanting Girl had some nice things to say too…
I was honored to do a nationally-broadcasted radio interview on Living the Country Life. Read the transcript or listen to it here.
To learn a little bit more about the farm – how we got started, and how we plan to move forward, check out our interview with the Knoxville News Sentinel below.