Llama : Llamas in the
Cindy & Son
are fascinating and enchanting animals: perfect to
graze and grace your land
be it for farm diversification, a business enterprise, or purely for
breeding, llama trekking, and llama
all offer worthwhile commercial opportunities: ideal for
land owners wishing to diversify or improve
their return on under-utilised
land, and for tourism initiatives ranging from B&B
enterprises to estates open to the public.
pets for private owners too: whether just a
small group in a paddock or a herd for parkland. They are easy to look
after, good with children, safe with family pets, and ideal company for
horses and other livestock.
can also be selected to offer effective protection against predators -
looking after flocks of sheep or goats, and even
free-range poultry and ducks.
It is no wonder therefore that...
is becoming ever more popular here in the UK as people discover
that llamas are possibly the world's most versatile farm &
companion animals; and certainly among
the most beautiful and
It was on a six week back-packing
visit to Peru in 1984, that Paul and Judy Rose became enchanted
by the elegance, versatility and fascinating character of these
quiet, intelligent and gentle animals so little known outside of
with the idea that it might
be fun to have a llama or two, the
Roseland herd is now one of the largest
and longest established in
lies the one disadvantage of these lovely animals:
you can get well and truly 'hooked'!
these pages will help kindle
the same excitement and interest in llamas that Paul and Judy
experienced when they first encountered them in the Andes: also
that they will answer many of your questions and encourage yet
more! And if you decide that you might like
to own a llama or two ~ or twenty-two ~ we hope very much to
welcome you as
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