We've told you before about Prairie Patch Farm, a Cedar Rapids-area farm and Airbnb where you can hang out with llamas, but it's not the only local farm where you can hangout with furry friends!

Rainbow Feathers Farm is a small farm located at 69 Western College Road in Cedar Rapids owned by couple Tim and Everett. The farm isn't home to any llamas, but it does have some of their close relatives... alpacas!

According to their website, Rainbow Feathers Farm is home to 20 adorable alpacas! Members of the herd include Chewie, Liza, Dori, Trixie, Moonbeam, Dior, Louise, and Dottie. Because they look so similar, alpacas are often confused with llamas, but Wikipedia says that alpacas are generally smaller. Also, alpacas were not bred to be working animals. They were bred for their fiber, which is similar to sheep's wool. Alpacas are found in captivity all over the world, but they are native to the South American country of Peru.

If you want to visit with the alpacas (and the chickens!) at Rainbow Feathers Farm in Cedar Rapids, it is now open for the season. Guests can stop by most Saturdays to interact with the animals and check out the farm store, which is filled with a variety of alpaca products. The online store features dryer balls, blankets, gloves, hats, keychains, socks, ornaments, and more. The next Saturday that the farm will be open is April 29th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and admission is free. You can check out the latest updates from the farm by following the Facebook page HERE.

10 of the Most Unique Places to Stay in the State of Iowa

Iowans Share Their Adorable Pets on National Pet Day

More From 98.1 KHAK