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Welcome to Two Dachshund Fiber and Lavender Farm!


Spend a relaxing time with us on our 17-acre lavender and fiber agritourism farm in beautiful Franklin County, NC. We welcome you to visit with your friends and family for a scheduled, guided educational tour.  We also host birthday parties, school or group events, classes, and more.  Stop by to shop in our well-stocked farm store that includes handcrafts made by local artists.  See our SERVICES for more information or Book a Tour NOW. We are open year-round weather-permitting. 

 

Meet the animals who provide us with fiber - our alpacas, sheep, llamas, Angora goats and Angora rabbits.  You will also get to meet their friends who all have a job on our farm from our donkeys to our chickens and Guineas.  Learn about fiber and lavender farming.

 

* Please arrive no more than 15 minutes prior to your event.

* Visits to the farm store during open hours do not require reservations

but texting ahead of your arrival ensures we are available.

Meet the
Akers Family

Never enough fiber, lavender, or doxies!

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Tawney

We do not raise or sell dachshunds.  Our name comes because we have had a minimum of two dachshunds, mostly rescues, as part of our family for 40 plus years. We got our first dachshund in 1976 for our first anniversary.  Tawney was a red, smooth-haired beauty who easily and quickly captured our hearts. Soon we adopted a second dachshund and have, for the majority of our time together, had at least two dachshunds every since, though none were red, smooth-haired females.  Recently we became a guardian home for two long-haired boys, and to celebrate 45 years of marriage, we got a third dachshund - a beautiful red, smooth-haired girl.

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Scarlett

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