Living, working and creating fiber art on a fiber animal ranch in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado
Very nice!! Wish the rain would stop here so I could get out and groom my llamas.
Lovely photo. I do have a question though. I've noticed when you shear the llamas it's only in that middle section. Is there a reason for that? Is that the best area? Just curious about that one.
Beautiful! I told DH about your bear experience. Shiver, Shiver!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
Is that Llama as big it looks? It looks huge.
What a handsome devil! Love the cut.
Tollykit: It took weeks for things to dry out enough for us to shear this summer. We never did get them all done.Pricilla: Yes, Dee is very elegant and regal!Theresa: This is what is called a "barrel cut". That is the prime fleece and the llamas stay warmer if I leave the rest on for the winter.Linda: Thank you! The bear hasn't been back (knock on wood).Melissa: Yes, she's a BIG girl and she just turned three so that should be as big as she gets. Her Sire is huge, too.Nancy: Thank you! We will be showing Dee at the LOCC Fall Classic Llama Show over Labor Day weekend. We hope she follows in her Sire's footsteps. He's a multiple Grand Champion with his ALSA Halter Champion title!
She is lovely, but somehow reminds me of a big poodle!
Baby Dee is gorgeous!! She is regal in her stance as if she knows she is something special!!I really like her!! Wow, she almost would convince me to listen to my husband and let him buy one.Awesome today...all of them are always lovely but I think baby Dee is going to be my very favorite!!I love her!! Happy WW baby Dee you gorgeous doll you!!:-)))
Thanks for the explanation Linda. I knew there had to be a good reason. :)
Hey Hey! Sexy llama's new haircut! Gorgeous girl, good luck showing her :)
Baby Dee looks like she knows she's gorgeous!
what a stunning looking animal! i was also wondering the same thing theresa was, thanks for the explanation.
What a lovely, svelte figure she cuts! Oh to have such a tiny waist again!
Glad to read the explanation, I thought you got side tracked and didn't finishing shearing! See what little I know. She's beautiful.
Baby Dee looks so proud of herself! As she should be.
Lin: You're right, they DO look like a poodle, don't they?!Jackie: Thank you! They are fabulous creatures and make our lives complete.Theresa: You're welcome!Meghann: Thank you!BT: She does, but she's not full of herself, just very much the Grande Dame!PJ - Thanks!Karen @ WOS: Ha! You and me both!FOS: Some people shear them completely naked and I think it looks horrific. They act like they're horrified to look that way, too! They'd freeze here in the winter if I sheared them like that though.Daisy: Yes, she knows she's hot stuff. Thanks!
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