HI TRL JESSICA WOODSEND SUPER STRETCH x HI TRL JUNE 28 4-30-2012
Jessica has had some birthing issues (a stillborn and miscarriage) so she is now a packer in training, She is very athletic and tends to run rather than walk when moving from one pasture to another so her new career should suit her well.
On hold until Spring
BLT CHICKADEE BLT OBSIDIAN EDITION x BLT A PATCHY IBIS 4-05-2010 42.50"
Chickadee has failed to conceive despite multiple attempts each year and her temperament makes her
a better choice as a guard llama than as a packer. Nice short coat and an "easy keeper".
LATITUDE'S ASHLEY FORCE HI TRL JOHN CRICHTON x HI TRL DUSTI DANICA 10-23-2013
Great mom with a fantastic coat (which both of her crias inherited). Ashley's dam and grand dam also possessed the same extremely short, trouble free fleece that completely blows out each year*
LATITUDE'S ZYDACO MOON BLACK THUNDER'S LLEGACY x HI TRL ZELINDA 6-19-2014
Nice big girl with great genetics. Her first cria has really impressed us and we can't wait to see what comes next when she is bred to FLOYD this Spring.
SWEET PEPPER MERLIN'S BOY x TIRA MISU 7-14-2014
Pepper came to us this past Fall with her dam and herd mates. She is a Gemini granddaughter out of an outcross male and will be bred to FLOYD this Spring for her first cria.
LATITUDE'S LUNA SUNRISE'S TRINITY LIGHTENING x HI TRL MAUREEN 4-19-2016
Luna enjoyed getting out on hikes last year and will be bred to JOHN CRICHTON for her first cria.
*All of our llamas are double coated with a shedding undercoat that insulates and a coarser guard hair which helps repel water, along with smooth leg and facial coverage. However individuals vary in both the density of the undercoat and the length of their guard hair. All shed their neck wool yearly but most only completely blow out their undercoat every other year. Often we will shear individuals on the non molting year. Thus, aside from being extremely easy to maintain, coats such as Ashley's ( and Lightening's) are a definite asset in our environment- where it is often well over 100 degrees for a few weeks each Summer.