Wisconsin

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.
Animal Acres Llamas

State: WI
Member Since: 2010-05-06
Owners: Tom and Barb Parsons
Location: Dousman, WI
Phone: 262-495-4944
Email:
theparsons@prodigy.net
Website: http://www.animalacresllama.com

Description: Animal Acres is located on the edge of the Kettle Moraine State Forest/Southern Unit equidistant between Milwaukee and Madison,WI. We have successfully raised quality llamas for over 20 years. We extend a warm welcome to our visitors interested in all types of llamas. We offer llamas that are pet quality for family fun and as guards as well as Top Show quality young male and females and Breeding stock. All our young stock have been trained, handled and shown by our 4-H youth. We offer consultation before, during and after the sale to assure you a wonderful llama experience!

Pine Haven Llamas

State: WI
Member Since: 2011-10-14
Owners: Sharon Williamson
Location: Trempealeau,WI
Phone: 608-534-5111
Email:
phllamas@centurytel.net
Website: http://www.pinehavenlamas.com

Description: Pine Haven Llamas discover llamas in 1986. We take special pride in love and care we give our llamas and to the people who invest in them. Discover some our best Full & Part Argentines Quality llamas with correct conformation, wonderful fiber, gentle personality, robust built, great presences. Visitors are always welcome!

Sugar River Llamas

State: WI
Member Since: 2016-02-05
Owners: Ali & Fran Soukup
Location: Lyndon Station, WI
Phone: 608-666-3600
Email:
fran@srllamas.com
Website: http://www.srllamas.com

Description: Sugar River Llamas is a family operation. Our first llama, Jack, came to the farm in 1992, as a guard llama for a herd of sheep. We fell in love with Jack. He just fit right in with the flock and our life style. The next year, we bought Krinkles, a bred female. Now our llama herd numbers 47 - and more crias are due this year. We raise conformationally correct llamas with fine fleece - for breeding stock, guard, and pets. What do we do with our llamas? We have fun with our llamas! We hike with our llamas. It is great exercise and a wonderful way to start the day is to go for a walk in the woods in the back of the property. We have trails cut through the pine and mixed hardwood forest just for llama walking. Great trailing for halter or obstacle, too. We shear our llamas to harvest their fiber. There is nothing as wonderful as handspun llama fiber to knit, weave, or felt. Wisconsin summers are very hot and humid, so shearing our llamas is also a way to help them cool off during the summer, and to keep them healthy. And, that led to both of us becoming ILR-SD Llama Fleece Judges. Fran is also an instructor for llama fleece judging with the ILR-SD. We show our llamas. Ali and Tasha both show the llamas. More than half our herd have been in the show ring. Nearly half the herd are halter champions. Sugar River llamas has placed first in a silky/traditional class at Celebrity in Oklahoma City, OK, for the last seven years. This year, SRLL Mandarb earned the Championship in the older silky/traditional male class, while Elwood Blues also placed as Champion in the older suri male class at the Celebration World Futurity, and, Reserve Champion for Starr Alliance' Get of Sire. Not to mention how many Grands and Reserves they brought home from the Celebration ALSA, ILR-SD & LFAshows. The critters are doing well!

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