Welcome to Double “O” Good Alpacas. We are Ernie and Barbara Kellogg, owners of historic Falkland Farm in the beautiful Northern Virginia countryside. The farm is situated just 45 minutes from downtown Washington, D.C. or 25 minutes from Dulles International Airport.
We are a breeding farm for alpacas. Alpacas are beautiful, serene animals that originated in the Andes Mountains of South America. They are members of the camelid (or camel) family – as are their relatives: llamas, vicunas, and guanacos. There are two distinct breeds of alpacas: huacaya and suri. We breed huacayas. Alpacas have been domesticated for more than 5,000 years. The largest herds still reside in Bolivia, Peru, and Chile, where they number in the millions. Alpacas were first introduced into the United States in 1984. There are approximately 68,000 alpacas here today.
Visit the pages below and we’ll give you a guided tour of the farm, let you get to know more about us, and introduce you to the enjoyment and the personal sense of fulfillment that comes from being around alpacas.
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