Featured below are some llama farms that welcome your inquiries about llamas, including llamas for sale. Many of these farms are involved in all aspects of llamas, from breeding to showing to training llamas for trekking. Below are the farms we highly recommend to you if you are beginning your search for excellent llamas or continuing to build your herd.
McFarland's Llama and Alpaca Farm

State: OH
Member Since: 2012-03-07
Owners: Cindy Ruckman and Family
Location: Mount Vernon, OH
Phone: 740-397-7820
Website: http://mcfarlandsllamafarm.com

Description: We are a three generation, 70 acre llama farm nestled within the rolling hills of central Ohio. Llamas are a llifestyle with us! Our door is always open to visitors, and we welcome the opportunity to meet and educate anyone new to the wonderful world of camelids. Our llama breeding program focuses on a balance of: Correct Conformation Fiber Personality & Presence We offer a 4-H program, host clinics and provide one-on-one follow-up consultations. Additionally, we offer a variety of fiber products, including but not limited to: yarn, roving, blankets, rugs, socks, hats & scarves.

Shadowbrook Farms

State: OH
Member Since: 2007-01-27
Owners: Meg C. Steensland & Charles Clark
Location: Mt Gilead OH
Phone: 419-362-1383 614-306

Description: Our farm is located in north central OH with three facilities totalling 75 acres raising Jacob sheep breeding and market stock and training guard lamas. We also do birthday parties, parades, special exhibitsand fundraisers, and Christmas pageants (two in 2006 with 2 lambs and 2 lamas inside Columbus churches). One of our pageant lamas is being considered for a job with special-needs children in Columbus. Farm is also home to ducks and geese as well as chickens and goats.

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