The Tennessee Affiliate of the Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association


Tennessee Alpaca Association
Contact: Lynne Richard

About the TAA
The Tennessee Alpaca Association is a group of alpaca owners who consider Tennessee their home. Made up of many small farms scattered across the state, the members of the TAA have joined together to help each other build a thriving and robust alpaca industry within the state of Tennessee and beyond. By focusing on our collective keen interest in these wonderful animals the members hope to continue to educate themselves and others on alpaca care and alpaca fiber production. It's all about the alpacas.

TAA Mission Statement
The mission of the Tennessee Alpaca Association:
"to promote and support the Alpaca Industry of Tennessee through providing educational or instructive activities to improve conditions of work, livestock, products, and efficiency, promoting university level research in support of the alpaca industry needs and facilitating communication among Alpaca owners."

TAA Board Members
Suzie Conn, President (Willow Creek Alpacas)

Lynne Richard, Vice-President (Arcadia Alpacas)

Pat Finn, Secretary (Cedar Rock Ranch)

Linda Baker, Treasurer (Legacy Acres Alpacas)

Patty Toney, Member at Large (Dixieland Alpacas)


How to join the TAA
Follow three easy steps to become a member of the Tennessee Alpaca Association:
1. Download TAA Membership Application (Click here)
2. Print and fill out form by hand
3. Mail it in with a check, please
(Sorry, but we don't have online application or automatic payment methods at this time.)

How to contact the TAA
Please click the following link to send an email to the Tennessee Alpaca Association. Email will go directly to the President of the TAA:

tnalpaca@comcast.net


Find a Farm 
Near You
Tennessee Alpaca
Association members
would love to meet you. Click here to find them.

Join the TAA
Click here for information on joining with other alpaca
owners in Tennessee.

Ask an Alpaca
Question
Non-Members can get answers directly from TAA members. Click here to send an alpaca question to the TAA members.