Welcome to Edinburg Gap Llama Company!
We are Ed and Kathy Gwyn and we are the owners and operators of the Edinburg Gap Llama Company.
The farm is located in Edinburg in the Northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The farm land has been in our family for 7 generations. We built our home in 2000 and we bought our first llama in 2006. We moved our first llamas to the farm in 2007. At one time we had 27 llamas but we are currently down to 18.
We shear them for the fiber, which we use to make various products. We sell “llama beans” for people to use in their gardens. We show our llamas and we also raise babies!
We have had grand champions and we have other llamas that are great for taking out into the public for educational events. We have taken our llamas to the library to introduce them to children and to read stories about llamas.
We are both members of the North American Llama Cooperative where Kathy is the treasurer.
We both have full time jobs, but we still love travel and we enjoy food and drink.