I get this response all the time, llamas why would you raise llamas? Llamas for me began when I was 11 years old, they are such interesting animals, very curious, beautiful yet different and have a calming effect when you are around them. They are quiet and very easy on pastures. Their padded hooves do not make your pasture's a mess and they "potty" in set areas. I am blessed with a beautiful view from my house and just watching them gives me pleasure. Llamas are easy to care for, a low maintenance livestock. They are perfect for hobby farms and families. Our llamas are socialized at a young age, halter trained by weaning age and lead, many of them take treats. All of our llamas receive routine health care, high quality forage and have a clean source of water. Yes, llamas can spit but not typically at humans, unless they have been mistreated or you happen to be in the cross fire from a pregnant female spitting off a male. We shear them every spring and harvest the wool. The wool is very warm and soft and has no lanolin. It is great for our customers with wool allergies. Llamas are also used for guard animals and pack animals plus their manure makes excellent fertilizer.
Raising Llamas since 1991. Why Purchase a Llama From Us?
We work with all of our buyers to find the right llama for their needs and offer mentor-ship and will answer any questions that you have. Many of our buyers have become longtime friends as they share our same passions for raising llamas. Our selection of breeding stock has created beautiful animals with correct conformation, that move well. We focus on females that are easy birthers, have good mothering instincts and heavy milkers. We are very selective as to which males make it to the breeding pen. They make wonderful companions, show animals, herd guards and fiber producers. A llama's fleece is the ultimate end product for us and we strive to maintain and improve single coat density, luster, finesse and handle. We maintain the herd at about 25% suri type and 75% huacaya type fleeces. Our llamas are raised with miniature dairy goats and poultry and may come with guarding experience. All breeding stock or young animals sold for show/breeding stock come with a fertility guarantee. Package prices available.
Sold out for 2021
Stone Crest Fletcher. ILR#: 295355 DOB 4/21/21 Sire: Mystery Timone Dam: Fiona RTC This colorful male is sure to catch your eye. Out of National Champion Mystery Timone and my favorite female Fiona RTC. This was Fiona's first cria, she had lots of milk and was an excellent mother. Fiona is a GNLC Scorcher daughter! I love his top line and high tail set. Fletcher is a reverse appaloosa or Merle color, he has heavy fiber coverage with crimp. He is halter broke, leads well, loves his treats and has a very laid back willing to learn personality. Free delivery to March Llama Madness show in Indiana. Consigned to Justin Timm Online Auction- March Of The Llamas. Live bidding starting at 5pm West Coast Time Wednesday, March 9th.