Mulberry Farm is located in Virginia’s Piedmont area, between Warrenton and Manassas. We are 50 miles southtwest of Washington, D.C. and 40 minutes from Dulles International Airport.
After the kids were done with Pony Club and horse competition in 2005, Bruce and Doris started selectively breeding llamas from diverse, elite blood lines. Our herds offspring bloodlines includes sires such as Kantu P5, Chilean San Juan, Silver Moon Jamali, White Heat, Tillman’s Bolivian, Brio, FFF Maserati, Peruvian Secret Weapon, GLL Albacore, LW Kissam, LW Strawberry Field, and Papa’s Wallstreet. We are breeding for quality genetics, excellent confirmation, superior fleece and temperament in our silky and suri llamas and alpacas.
We offer show, fiber, 4-H, guard and pet llamas. All are registered with the International Llama Registry, have complete health records, are wormed with Dectomax every seven weeks, are halter trained and come with complete after sale support, customer education, satisfaction and reasonable prices.
Come visit our gentle, beautiful creatures “Art in Motion” as they are also called. Doris also makes llama, Alpaca and Bunny figurines and pottery and is a member of the Northern Virgina Handcrafters Guild and serves as a board member of LAMAS.
For private knitting, felting, weaving, spinning or painting classes please email at firstname.lastname@example.org for class schedules and availability.
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Doris and Bruce Berry
14175 Carriage Ford Road
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