Male Llamas for Sale  

We give each animal individual attention resulting in friendly and calm llamas.  Most all, males and females and babies, respond to their names.  The breeding males will come to be haltered when called.  We've had our foundation dams for many years, so many of the dams of these llamas were born on our ranch or came as youngsters themselves.  The others have had many wonderful cria for us, so we know their production.  All of our llamas are registered with the International Lama Registry (ILR) and our herd sires are blood typed or DNA tested. 

The Fine Print:  Any of our llamas would come with veterinarian health certificate and appropriate tests required for transport to your state/county (territories requiring quarantine protocols not included).  Also, for the un-proven males, we guarantee that they are reproductively sound, that is, they have all of their organs, the testicles are both present and of normal size (this will be indicated on veterinarian’s health certificate as well) and should be functional.  The few disclaimers and provisos are plainly listed in our sales or breeding contract (available by request).

Consideration is given for multiple purchases. 

 

Herd Sires                  Unproven Males             Geldings

Proven Herd Sires:

 

Macho Rolando

 DOB: 11/91 (Mocha Macho x Madronas Daphne Rose)  

Macho Camacho and Federico lines; charcoal gray with white tuxedo, ear and head wool. Proven male with great babies. Some cart training.

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Fibber McGee 

DOB: 8/92 (B.T. Huckstable x Nickelodeon) 

Huckleberry Finn grandson with long silky white wool, ear and  head wool (fully shorn 11 months prior to photo). Proven male who can upgrade the plainest female. Some cart training.

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Sir Roland 

DOB: 11/97 (Macho Rolando x Overland’s Aaleah

Fancy tuxedoed herd sire. This correct, tall young male shows lots of promise with fiber quality as well as disposition.  Dam is 45 - 46 inches at withers and has produced excellent large babies.

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Unproven Males:

 

 

SMI Grey Feathers 

DOB: 10/97 (Bolivian Grey Boy x Lyons Mayne

Soft silky fiber, pleasant disposition. This ¾ Bolivian has all the pedigree and personality of a great herd sire.  Extremely docile and easy to work with, trim nails, etc.  Heavy milk production in both dam and sire’s lines. 

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Bolivian Kingsford

DOB: 12/99   (Bolivian Grey Boy x Parada de Bolivia)

This full Bolivian out of uncommon lines stops traffic even at this young age as he has his sire's presence.  He has competed in juvenile halter class and is starting to accumulate ALSA points.  He is charcoal gray with a white blaze.

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Bolivian Spirit

DOB: 5/00   (Lucky LaRue x Bolivian Scarlet)

   Spirit is a very gentle full Bolivian.  He has bright white silky fiber with just a hint of beige on the sides of his face. Extremely gentle, laid back disposition (from his sire) and soft cottony fiber.  He has fiber coverage from the tips of his two ears down to all four ankles.  Although not a large male, he has impressive bone and substance.

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Vespa's Scooter

DOB: 9/00   (LW William Kissam x Harley's Vespa)

   Lots of great pedigree in this little guy's background -- LW Willie K and LW Blue Willow are his paternal grandparents -- plus a touch of Peruvian from his dam.  Scooter is the look-out for the bachelor herd being the first one to sound the alarm when there are loose dogs in the area.

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Marzipan

DOB: 5/01   (HE Spatz Domino x Lady Almonetta

   His father's tuxedo may have shrunk to just a chin ruffle, but nothing else is small on this guy.  This is a llama with lots of heart.  He is very gentle and easy to handle.

Springer de Americanas

DOB:11/01   (Rondo de Americanas  x Harley's Vespa)

  All of North and South America represented in this package.  Chile and Bolivia on his sire's side and Peru and North America on his dam's side.  He also combines their soft reddish colorings and ear fringe to the best advantage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shamus McGee 

DOB: 11/01 (Fibber McGee x Overland’s Aaleah

Brown blanket over white but not blah. This correct, tall young male shows lots of promise with fiber quality as well as disposition.  Dam is 45 - 46 inches at withers and has produced excellent large babies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bolivian Rhett

DOB: 1/02   (Bolivian Grey Boy x Bolivian Scarlet)

This is another full Bolivian out of uncommon lines that could be bred to almost any female when he's of age.  He's a soft red with a taupe-gray face and a twinkle in his eye from his sire.  His dam has excellent milk production and has had large healthy babies.  He's very cooperative and is "green broke" to pull a cart in a double team with his older half-brother.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bolivian Grand Marshall

DOB: 2/02   (Bolivian Grey Boy x Parada de Bolivia)

This full Bolivian out of uncommon lines stops traffic even at this young age as he has his sire's presence.  He has the same presence and style as his older brother Bolivian Kingsford.  Similar markings to Kingsford as well but on a red background.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geldings:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Got to be a Macho Man 

DOB: 11/95 (Macho Rolando x Inca’s Night Flight)         

Fancy black yearling from charcoal sire and true black dam.  Tall and strong with brand name pedigree. ALSA points in heavy wool halter class.  Some cart & harness training in double team.

 

Our Irish Whiskey 

DOB: 11/96 (Fibber McGee x Inca's Night Flight)  

Flashy, heavy wool male in brown tuxedo. Well mannered from well respected North American lines.  

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All llamas are registered or listed with the ILR and are guaranteed to be healthy.

Intact (not gelded) males are guaranteed reproductively sound.

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