Tag Archives: llama

One Month To Go

12 Sep

After ten-and-a-half months of waiting, we’re done to one month from due dates.

Maybeline

I am getting so excited.

Odie

I can hardly wait to meet Llenny crias.

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The Boys are Restless

7 Sep

I still have Ollie and the three bucks penned up north.  Ollie is pretty mellow and content.

Ollie

I was surprised to notice that Sam is just as tall as Fionn anymore.  The bucks are a bit more anxious to get back to their front pasture.  I don’t think they’re happy with running low on grass and having to eat hay so early.

Sam, Fionn (back) and Xerxes

Or Fionn might just be trying to beat the fence down to get to the girls.

Pretty sure Fionn wants the girls.

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Cows and Llamas

22 Aug

You might recall that I had to move the llamas to the front pasture because Odie was going to attack a calf.  Since I had to let the llamas back into the barn, that meant I had to be a little bit wary about them meeting the cows. I had already taken the step of lowering my piece of panel to try and keep the naughty rump roasts out of the barnyard.

Cinnamon

The kids and some smaller goats can still scoot under the panel, but it does mean a lot of the goats don’t get to go through that door either.  Although, they can still use it to scratch between their horns.

Victoria

Luckily, not long after I let the llamas into the side of the barnyard that they get, Purple 11 came up to lick the salt/mineral block on the other side of the barnyard.

Purple 11

It didn’t take the llamas long to notice.

Estarr

Several of them went through the barn and stood in the back lean-to and watched through the panel.

Estarr, Maybeline, Odie, and Aurora

You’ve got to love the cows.  They just don’t get too excited about anything.

Finally, she was done licking the salt block and meandered back out to pasture.  The llamas stepped back.  Nobody tried to go under the panel and attack the cow.

I’m pretty comfortable that everyone is going to stay where they belong and we won’t have any problems!  At least I hope that’s what happens.

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