Llamas For Sale
Each year we have a number of Llamas for sale. Much depends on our breeding programme and the number of breeding females and crias we have on the ground in any given year. To keep our breeding programme moving forward we do keep most of our breeding females and some of our crias for future breeding thus allowing us to stay current with a healthy diverse herd.
Let us know what you are looking for and we would be pleased to assist. We have written profiles on each of our 'for sale' Llamas - much too detailed for this format.
If interested in purchasing a youngster please note that they need to be with an older more experienced Llama to act as their mentor. We feel strongly that Llamas require a companion Llama to live out their lives happy and content.
If you are looking for guard Llamas we do not have any Llamas that would be suitable at the present time. Keep in mind that we are a Llama breeding farm and as such do not have other animals such as sheep, goats etc. on our farm. Our Llamas have not had an association with guarding duties except guarding youngsters of their own species. Many Llamas guard as a basic instinct, others may not be interested in taking on guard duty responsibilities. Everything depends on the individual Llamas. If you are in need of mature experienced guards then perhaps it's best to locate someone with guard Llamas that may be downsizing and may no longer be in need of their Llamas guarding services. This way you are guaranteed a pair or more of Llamas that specifically guard.
Keep in mind that Llamas may not necessarily be the best solution for guarding services. My recommendation would be to consider donkeys as they have more of an instinct to kill their intruder (coyote, stray dogs) and can be much more aggressive. Llamas are more inclined to chase and likely will be killed themselves if challenging a pack of stray dogs or coyotes working together. In the past coyotes were single hunters, however with some inbreeding with wolves (coywolves) they are more likely to be hunting in packs. No match for a Llama. Perhaps the best solution of all (in combination with donkeys/llamas is to purchase guard dogs that are bred specifically to guard livestock.There are a number of breeds to select from. Example: Grand Pyrenees. Please review all options before deciding what source of predator control you feel is best suited for your needs.
It's important to us that you find the 'just right' Llamas. We will ask you a number of questions to familiarize us with your facility and about your interest in owning Llamas. Please leave your phone number and address along with your message. Thank you for helping us help you. Our preference is to speak with your directly rather than emails back and forth.
Please note that we have had a number of folks call us but when they have left messages they may have spoken too quickly and as a result our answering machine did not clearly record their phone number for us to call back. To ensure your message gets to us please email me at [email protected] with your phone number so that I can call you back as soon as possible. Thanks so much.