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We selectively breed for packing llamas.

Our 33rd year packing with llamas.

We provide support for
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After 33 years in the llama business, we have retired from breeding and selling pack llamas. This means we are rounding up a small group of llamas to keep for long pack trips in our retirement. Also staying with us are our retired packers and retired breeding females. They are part of our family and will stay with us until the end.

We no longer have any llamas for sale.

We have kept up our pages about our former llamas for historial bloodline information.





Check out one of our packing stories!

The Bench Valley Adventure


Lightning struck the ridge above us. It struck the ridge next to us. It struck the ridge below us. We watched from our ravine beneath a granite batholith. Douglas and I were pressed to the ground beneath the very low branches of a couple of squat lodgepole pine trees. Dave was 75 feet away sitting with his knees drawn up to his chest beneath a larger lodgepole. At first, the trees protected us from the heavy rain. Then, the longer and harder it rained, the more water made it through the branches to us. There had been no time to pull our rain gear out of the panniers. We were dressed in jeans and tee shirts. Needless to say, we were getting wet. Fortunately, we had covered the panniers when we loaded up at our lunch stop. At least all of our stuff would be dry, including the rain gear! The llamas were kushed low to the ground. The hail was pounding their heads. The water ran off the granite batholith to the west of our position in torrents. read more...


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Packing Tips - Don't Forget the Salt


It was our third day going in. The weather was hot, dry, bright, and sunny as it had been each day. We were climbing over the 10,000 foot elevation and pushing to reach our next camp in a high mountain basin. As we traversed open expanses of granite bedrock, one of our best llamas began to drag. We slowed down. When he laid down to rest, we knew something was wrong.read more...


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