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Waylon and Willie
Oscar (shortly after birth)
Sarah and Sarina
Sam is our new stud male. He's not old enough to be active yet, but he shows great promise.
Our newly-acquired females
The Llamas, huarizos and wethered males
Our trekking llama. Very friendly and cute. Noted for his attractive markings and his different coloured eyes (one brown, one blue)
A big, flighty, good-natured wethered male
Our big, goofy pack llama. A good-natured wethered male.
Our stud female llama.
(Mother: Cal, Father: Odie) Otto is our stud male llama and was the first llama to be born on our property (2019). The rest of his body is currently catching up with his ears.
(Mother: Sarina, Father: Willie) Spotto is one of our prettiest animals. A second generation huarizo, she is one part alpaca and three parts llama. A very unusual girl.
Waylon is a wethered male alpaca who has lived most of his life with llamas and thinks he is one.
(Mother: Jalanda, Father: Galaxy) Nick is a goofy wethered male alpaca whose fleece grows uncontrollably.
(Mother: Topaz, Father: Jericho) Oscar is our miracle baby: born to Topaz who was way too old to have a cria, he was orphaned at six weeks, but survived unassisted. A very hardy fellow, easily distinguished by a slightly pinkish-fawn tinge to his fleece.
A retired guard alpaca. He is a sweet-natured big boy with shaggy suri fleece.
Also a retired guard alpaca. Dave is also a suri. He has never really trusted us since we dragged him into a horse float to bring him to the farm.
More to come soon ...