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Llama Landing from Mayer, MN
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Farm Name: Llama Landing

Year Farm Established: 2011

Location: Mayer, MN

Years I’ve been farming: 4 years

Animals I raise: llamas, goats and rabbits

Hobbies I enjoy: Spinning, knitting, sewing and baking

The proudest moment on my farm: When my goat gave birth to her first kid.

Pets: horses, dog, cats, and chickens,

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  In an effort to improve our website for our visitors, we will be changing some of our service providers. We do not expect to experience any technical difficulties. However, if you are unable to access our website, please be assured it will be temporary as we transition to the new service. 10/19/2013 12:00.00 AM  
  the lazy lop farm rabbits breeds
hay thanks for asking about my rabbits. the breeds i raise are flemish nzcals hollands mini rexes and nz whites. feel free to call me on my cell at 1850 896 5192

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03/19/2012 10:16.42 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi and thanks for stopping by!
Great photos! My neighbour raises Alpacas and they scare the daylights out of my horses whenever I want to ride by. lol!

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03/09/2012 08:24.15 PM Report This Comment  
  Thank you, you have some cute animals. Love the Llama pics.

Hannah, Woodville, WI.

02/28/2012 03:46.47 PM Report This Comment  
we just got 6 llamas the 1st of this year. 4 girls, 1 male and a 6 month old male. there so much fun. they were not use to people to much but i go and spend time with them every day and there getting much friendlier. now letting me pet them.

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02/05/2012 03:32.36 PM Report This Comment  
  Love them llamas!
Thanks for dropping me a note. Sorry I took so long to respond, I'm new to this blog thing. Anyway, the dog and the alpacas seem to be very curious of each other. She hasn't been in the pasture yet, though. They just sniff each other thru the fence. She is an Australian Cattle Dog so I'm afraid she will want to just chase them trying to herd them.
We are considering a llama for a guard animal. Any suggestions or comments would be appreciated. Thanks.

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01/27/2012 11:22.42 AM Report This Comment  
01/26/2012 06:53.41 PM Report This Comment  
A llama is on my bucket list! I'll be getting one in the near future to live with my fainting goats. Your animals are very nice! Thanks for sharing.

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01/24/2012 03:21.20 AM Report This Comment  
cool farm :)

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01/20/2012 06:03.09 AM Report This Comment  
  01/17/2012 08:05.17 PM Report This Comment  
  I got a drum carder right before Christmas so I hope to be able to card my fiber quicker and then I will have roving available for all my felting projects. I use to wash it before I felted but I have found that it is easier to felt and then wash. I have enjoyed wet felting more than needle. There are some very good sites on the internet that give directions for preparing fiber and felting. Just google "felting with llama fiber and see what comes up. Good luck and let me know how it goes.

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01/15/2012 07:41.11 PM Report This Comment  
cute little goat!!!!

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01/11/2012 06:59.55 PM Report This Comment  
  We bought our llamas with the intention of breeding to bring a moderately priced llama to our area for guarding livestock, 4-H projects, and just for companion animals. Since then the economy has gotten so bad that we have held off on breeding because we don't want our herd to get out of control. We have added miniature donkeys, ducks, turkeys, and now Angora goats to our mix. I use the llama fiber for felting and now would like to try spinning. I'm going to add the mohair from the goats to my llama and alpaca for a different feel and look. We have taken one of our llamas to our local school for a presentation and have had preschools out to visit them at the farm. Llamas are neat animals!

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01/10/2012 12:53.50 PM Report This Comment  
  Llamas and goats just go together! We have llamas and Angora goats.

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01/03/2012 09:23.31 PM Report This Comment  
  Neat! I used to have a Alpine boy, he was a real sweet goat. I plan to add another one to our herd hopefully next year.

Yes we are going to be milking them. We are not milking them now but will be in the summer. Do you milk your goats? If so do you hand milk them?

Hannah, Woodville, WI.

10/28/2011 03:14.49 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks. I love your Llamas. I always kind of wanted one:)
If yo don't mind me asking. What kind of goats do you have?

Hannah, Woodville, WI.

10/27/2011 04:27.29 PM Report This Comment  
  Doing the happy dance, even though you all are in another state, 4H needs all the warm bodies in showing any type of livestock.

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10/27/2011 06:49.58 AM Report This Comment  
We raise Nubians and Nubian x Alpines. Hoping to use a Boer buck this year.

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10/25/2011 11:44.25 PM Report This Comment  
  Does anyone in your family show?

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10/25/2011 09:06.04 AM Report This Comment  
Too cute!

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10/24/2011 02:47.45 PM Report This Comment  
  Good pics!
Love the picture!

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10/23/2011 08:10.42 AM Report This Comment  
  Cute Llama
I think :)

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10/19/2011 10:59.15 PM Report This Comment  


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