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Date:12/20/2014 7:19:56 PM
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Good to hear that you are interested in llamas for your farm. They are the most interesting animals that we have ever had the pleasure to work with. I fell in love with a beautiful white yearling at our local county fair a few years ago and we bought two of his sons last summer. They were not the quality that we were looking for so we sold one for a fiber animal and one went to guard a sheep ranch. We have three of the most beautiful females that we have ever seen and we are getting our new herdsire the week after Easter. The girls are so much fun to watch. They each have distinct personalities and are each favorites of different members of our family. They are easy keepers and pretty much take care of themselves. You also don't need a lot of pasture, they are easy on fences, easy to clean up after (their poop is wonderful fertilizer and won't burn your plants)and the fiber can be used for many things. We are planning to take ours into schools and retirement homes soon. We would recommend that you get the best that you can afford in the beginning and not compromise because you can end up disappointed if the animals have not been handled and worked with. Just do the research. If we can help, let us know. Ann and Charles at Tyfton Acres
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