Llamas

 

Some of our llamas.

Glenda
Deceased

Glenda

Glenda
 Stage Stop Glenda. ILR#278923. Born August 16, 2009. Dam Vasa View’s Velocity LL-R240918-USA. Sire Stage Stop Witch Doctor LL-R264764-USA. Glenda has been bred and had a female cria in 2013. Cria was lost due to combination of extreme heat and interference by a dog. Glenda had a male cria Sept, 2015.  Both crias were black with a white spot on their head like Glenda.Glenda comes from excellent blood lines and has a super fine fleece. She is about the closest to a single coat llama that I have seen. A lovely Silkie fiber. Beautiful Black.  Halter and lead trained including some obstacle course training.

In For A Dollar

In For A Dollar
In For A Dollar aka Dolly
Stage Stop In for a Dollar.  ILR#282041.  Born June 4, 2010.  Dam Pennie for Your Thoughts LL-R171941-USA.  Sire WCF Duracell LL-R262184-USA.Dolly has a dual coat fleece that is very nice. Any guard hair is so fine, I do not have to de hair her coat.  Her fiber has bounce and crimp. It is one of my favorite fleeces.Halter and lead trained including some obstacle course training.

Enchantment
Deceased

Enchantment
Enchantment
 Stage Stop Fantasia’s Enchantment.  ILR#283773.  Dam WWW Fantasco’s Fantasia  LL-R190241-USA.  Sire Silver Enchantor LL-R252197-DNA-USA.  Born July 14, 2011.Enchantment is a beautiful white that is a silkie coat.  She is a curious llama with a gentle manner.Halter and lead trained including some obstacle course training.

Helena-Sold

Helena just sheared 2013.
StageStop Helena ILR#284105 born June 20, 2001. Female. Dilute brown, grey and white. Dam MV Naomi LL-R226452-USA. Sire WCF Duracell LL-R262184-USAThis beauty has a springy lofty fiber.  Easy to spin and very personable.  She does enjoy a pet and sniff and will come closer than any of my other llamas.

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