Llamas Sheared

Our shearer, Emily, came back to the farm and took care of our two Llamas. They are much smaller (and cooler) now!

For those of you who remember the llamas from this previous post, Pedro (left above) and Tina (right above) are still here, while Napoleon has gone to live at another farm. Their coats were all matted, so the fiber had to be thrown away. Next time I’ll send them off to a fiber mill for processing.

Aren’t they cute?? They are serving as guard llamas for the small herd of non-fiber goats on the farm. And doing a great job!

UPDATE: Here are more photos of Emily working on Tina.

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