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About Kismet Acres Farm

What is Kismet and what does it mean to us?

Today - A small alpaca farm in eastern West Virginia

The word Kismet means destiny or fate

Thinking about our future retirement and a more stress-free life style, we left the fast paced environment of the Washington/Baltimore area in 2000, and moved to West Virginia. We searched for many months in hopes of locating the right property, and were fortunate enough to finally find it, 18 acres in a small valley surrounded by beautiful scenery and mountain views, in the town of Capon Bridge, WV, 20 miles west of Winchester, VA. We felt it was our fate or destiny that we found this little peace of heaven, our kismet.

Dave and I had talked about possible retirement options and one evening in the Spring of 2006, after watching an alpaca advertisement on TV, we decided it warranted further research.

We had moved from Maryland with our cats, dogs, and horses and our love for animals made the ideal very appealing. We had some experience with livestock and animal husbandry, having owned horses for several years, and in addition to the acreage, we already had fenced pastures and a barn.

Although several years passed before owning our first alpacas became a reality, it was truly "kismet" once again when we looked out our windows and saw the horses and alpacas grazing, and we asked ourselves, "Why didn't we do this years ago?"

We'd love to have you visit and look forward to sharing information and our experiences with you. So please give us a call and schedule a time to come by!











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