We raise registered, healthy and extremely social llamas! Llamas are such a wonderful addition to any farm but are a little more difficult to maintain than more common livestock like cows and goats. We would love to chat with you more about that if you are interested!
Our female llamas:
She was our first llama and joined us in May 2017 at about 12 years old. She is the sweetest, easy-going girl and gives the best kisses! She is the reason we have as many llamas as we do now! We just adore her!!!
She joined our farm in Feb 2019 after we bought her from an animal auction, skinny, very unhealthy and (unknown to us) pregnant. We lost the baby shortly after birth but now Debbie is very healthy. She is very bossy and still our most difficult to handle llama.
|Dynomite had multiple issues at birth and passed at 36hrs old.|
She joined our farm in Sept 2019 when we were made aware of a family in north GA needing to re-home their llamas. Linda is not only stunning with her "giraffe" like spotting but she is an absolute joy to have here. Linda is quite the flirt and especially loves kissing men with beards!
She joined our farm in May 2020 when we began seeking out registered llamas to begin our journey showing llamas. We found Frog Pond Farm in OR that was selling some of their large herd after rescuing 100 neglected llamas the year prior. Link to the article here. Aloha is very large, the biggest llama we have ever met but she is a gentle giant and easy to handle.
She joined our farm in May 2020 when we began seeking out registered llamas to begin our journey showing llamas. We found Frog Pond Farm in OR that was selling some of their large herd after rescuing 100 neglected llamas the year prior. Link to the article here. Zelda is a young, spunky, curious girl. She is the first one to greet you looking for treats and has been a joy to train alongside the "famous" Tina!
She joined our farm in June 2020 when I was made aware of a farm re-homing her. She is a beautiful silky-fleeced girl who found herself being passed farm to farm at such a young girl but is so docile and easy-going.
Our male llamas:
He joined our farm in Feb 2019 after we bought him from an animal auction. He was just a year old but skinny and very unhealthy. He has filled out well and was gelded (neutered). He is a friend for our breeding male who is housed separate from our herd of beautiful females.
He joined our farm in Sept 2020 from Peloquin's Perch Show Quality Llamas. He is not only beautiful but gentle, easy to handle, completely performance trained AND a show winner! He is our registered breeding male who is housed separate from our herd of beautiful females.