Washington

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.
JNK Llamas

State: WA
Member Since: 2007-01-11
Owners: Jeff and Niki Kuklenski
Location: Bellingham, WA
Phone: 360-592-2603
Email:
jnkllamas@nas.com
Website: http://www.nas.com/~jnkllamas/

Description: A small farm that has lots of information on Llama 4-H, llama carting, llama showing, llama breeding, llama consulting, llama articles, llama packing, Flaming Star Llama Packs, trained llamas for sale, basic llama information, llama rescue, new owner tips and much more! We breed only 2-3 llamas a year and specialize in trained animals that can show, pack, drive, 4-H and do public relations work. We own the top show llama in the ALSA show system, "Isle Eagle." We try to focus on working with new owners to get a great fit for lifetime ownership.

Roads End Llamas

State: WA
Member Since: 2010-03-29
Owners: Gary and Chloe Kaufman
Location: Olympia, WA
Phone: 360-867-0833
Email:
blpwdr@roadsendllamas.com
Website: http://www.roadsendllamas.com

Description: Nestled quietly against Capitol Forest just outside of Olympia Washington our family has owned llamas since 1999, learning to enjoy their quiet dignity, passions, and love of life. The choices we have made regarding our very limited breeding and sales focuses on friendly and fun llamas with fiber for spinners, solid confirmation, and a lets go attitude that can be infectious. We are proud of our sales and support standards for those who buy our babies and remain dedicated to providing llama owners whether they buy our llamas or not assistance with their llama needs. Many of our llamas have come to us from re-homing situations, some of which are also available for new homes. Some of them are here to stay for a variety of reasons. The gate is always open, the coffee is always on, and we are always willing to talk about llamas with anyone interested in them.

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