Living in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia is proving to be the most wonderful experience and an ideal location in which to raise our elegant, inquisitive and personable miniature llamas. We hope you will enjoy our website. We are delighted when people call to set up a time to stop by our farm and personally meet these jewels of the camelid family. If it’s impossible for you to come here for an up-close-and-personal viewing, we trust the pictures and descriptions herein will enable you to get a good idea of the animals we have for breeding purposes and for sale. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have or to inquire about a specific animal in which you may have an interest, even if they might not be on our for sale page. We do our best to accommodate those who have an interest in our animals.
When we began selling llamas this year, we also decided to cut back on the size of our herd. We were then blessed with caring buyers for ten of our miniatures. Our reduced herd enables us to give even more personal, hands-on attention. We take our llamas into different environments (woods, off property, etc.) and make sure they are exposed to school groups and those with special needs. This further supports the rapport established between us and our llamas. We do the work necessary to help acclimate our llamas to indoor facilities and to dozens of little fingers touching them – and we enjoy the fulfillment of watching llamas roam our pastures … just outside our back door.
‘Nita Reynolds of Hillspinners is our exclusive fiber spinner. She is currently updating her website, www.thehillart.com,
but please feel free to give Nita a call if you’d like to know the various colorations of spun fiber she has available from
the Very Little Llama Farm.
Other Recommended Breeders
Ray & Pat
The Very Little Llama Farm
83 Blue Bird Lane
Staunton, VA 24401
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