Nestled in the rolling hills of White Lake, Michigan, just an hour north of Detroit, Pleasant Ridge Llamas is home to ten cherished llamas.
I began breeding llamas in 1995 and, while I have retired from breeding, I expect to always have llamas in my life.
From the start my goal has been to raise llamas with excellent structure, cooperative dispositions and quality fiber. Over 40 cria have been born and lovingly raised in the past 21 years. Most have gone on to new farms and new lives in show, breeding,
4-H, livestock guardians, as well as cherished companions.
My retired breeding females will live out their lives on the farm. They continue to supply me with fabulous fiber for spinning, knitting, weaving and felting, as well as the pleasure of their company.
A few younger llamas are offered to new farms
on my sale page.
My llamas are registered with the International Lama Association, and I am a long standing member of the Michigan Llama Association.
I welcome the opportunity to offer support to anyone looking for information on llama care.