Curated Hemp & Livestock Fibers

The Finest Industrial Hemp and Exotic Livestock Fibers

At over 7,100 feet above sea level in the plentiful Colorado sunshine, we focus on two things:

One… we are a registered (Colorado Dept of Agriculture #79071) Industrial Hemp grower. The term Hemp is often used to refer to Cannabis strains cultivated for industrial (non-drug) use (the legal THC limit in hemp is 0.3%). Industrial hemp has many uses; including CBD oils and extracts, paper, textiles, cordage, biodegradable plastics, construction, health food, and fuel. It is one of the world’s fastest growing biomasses and one of the oldest domesticated crops known to humans.  At Hat Trick Farms, we have acres of high-quality hemp strains under cultivation. Living adjacent to our crop makes it is easy for us to spend the extra time needed – and provide the extra care required – to assure that our plants produce the finest hemp, no matter what your end-market.

Two… we also raise North American Paco-Vicuña™, domesticated camelids that were introduced to the U.S. in 2002. Paco-Vicuna are selectively bred to exhibit the best fiber traits of their wild vicuña ancestors. They combine the wild vicuña’s unique softness, fineness, and high curvature with the staple length and gentler temperament of the alpaca. When compared to alpaca, PV has additional softness and lightness without sacrificing warmth. Stephen is currently V.P. of the Paco-Vicuna Association Board of Directors, a non-profit organization devoted to developing and promoting the North American Paco-Vicuña breed™.

If you are interested in the highest quality hemp or Paco-Vicuna fiber you can imagine, we are here for you