Hi, we are the Keith Family.


We started Peppergrass Ranch in 2019 with the rescue of two Pygora goats. Megan has always dreamed of having a small family farm and her husband, Tyler, made her dreams come true. The only stipulation to getting the animals meant Tyler was in charge of naming them. He is from North Carolina and loves North Carolina BBQ, so the animals are BBQ themed names. We currently have Beans, Cornbread, Pickles, Pepsi, Macaroni, and Cheese. Megan found Pygora goats that needed to be rescued online. They fit every criteria of what she wanted: goats with a purpose. Pygora goats create fiber, which can be spun into beautiful yarn. Since Megan crochets, she thought it would be great to make her own yarn from her own animals. From there, they added two baby Pygora goats as well as two miniature alpacas, and twenty chickens. Not only does the Keith family tend to the animals on a daily basis, they also professionally train with them every week. Megan also homeschools both of her daughters. Life at Peppergrass Ranch is always exciting!


Megan and Tyler are currently training Macaroni & Cheese, the alpacas, to be therapy animals to visit the elderly, children, and the sick. Alpacas are so therapeutic and bring a sense of calm when around them. Because of these uncertain times, and unable to go into hospitals due to Covid-19 restrictions, Tyler and Megan decided to bring the joy and happiness they feel from their animals to others in a different way. The Pasta Bros, as they are called, are available for rentals and snuggles, in order to make this world a better place. They added something to your bucket list you didn't even know existed - spooning alpacas!