Llama education and support after each sale has always been the
goal of "Timberlane Llamas". As you tour our farm, we hope you will find
some interesting ways you can share your llamas with others. Jack shares
some of the original plans he has designed over the years that have made
caring for our llamas much easier.
Jack and I retired from being teachers and administrators in the public school system many years ago.
What started out as a llove affair with our first
two little boy llamas over 21 years ago has turned into a full time and a full service llama business in which we consider ourselves the luckiest people in the world!
We always tell people who come to our farm to NOT buy
llamas to make money... however, you certainly can if you "treat them -
feed them - breed them right".
Our place is only 25 acres so we don't call it a farm. This is pretty typical of many people who fall in llove with llamas and decide to raise them. But it's plenty big enough for these animals!
Our specialty is helping new people get started and then staying with them as long as necessary because it's important to us that they do it right.
Then ... so much happiness and pleasure will follow! Guaranteed!