Thursday, May 21, 2009

Llamas and Chickens, Oh My!

By of some of the other animals that live here. A golden sex link hen searches for bugs in the garden.
These birds sure are good at bug control.

This is Ricoh, one of the four llamas that live here. Ricoh is our smooth talking, ladies man with a cool attitude.

This is Hudson. He is the class clown and if anyone is going to get into mischief, it will be Hudson every time.

This is Hot Shot. He is laid back and spends most of his time sunning in a nice dust bowl.

And, this is Rosey. Rosey is Queen Bee around here and will let you know, in no uncertain terms, that you are here to serve her. She is expecting a cria this year and we are very excited to have a baby llama running around.


  1. Hip,Hip Hurray!!!! That was FAST!! And OH MY GOODNESS!! Aren't they all the sweetest animals on the net? The Llama in the first pic is either smiling for the camera or he's smirking, not sure which. Thanks for the "pet therapy". Any baby Llamas'planned?

  2. Forget the last question, I was so excited about your "family photos" that I didn't take the time to read the comments...sorry:)Can't WAIT to see the baby Llama!

  3. Which Llama was the papa? Do you know? Are Alpacas related to Llamas?

  4. one more thing...can't ignore the cute chickens. LOVE the black & white one.

  5. Ricoh is the daddy. Llamas and Alpacas are from the same family, South American Camelids. Also in that family are Vicunas and Guanacos. They are also related to camels in a general sort of way. More baby pics coming in a minute. Ella just had hers!