We have made it a bit of a mission in 2020 to help put out some positivity out into the world. As kind of a fun thing we present our top five llamas of the last decade!
Honorable mentions- we considered a lot of names. Something you may notice is that our list contains no female llamas. We did consider a couple of lady llamas. We talked about GNLC Silver Lining, who produced several show winners. Jerrika also suggested Nevara, whose $20,000 auction price at the Hinterland Walkabout Finale was donated to the ILR-SD. Other herdsires like Argentine Mach One, Wunsapana's Aslan and LAMS Nutcracker were also talked about. In the end we came up with our list of five, but we encourage you to name your five, especially if they are different from ours!
#4 - KVF Timone's Pride
I have seen this male as one of the top herdsires in the industry for a few years now, but the sale of Marquis Dyamond at MLM in 2019 helped cement his spot on this list. He has, of course, produced several other show winners including: Spicey's Gallant Pride, CVL Pride's Fancy Princess, and CVL Pride's Whispering Angel.
Owned by Chris and Venesa Carter
That's our list!
Who's your five?
Or let us know if you think we left one off!
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Kyle Mumford is a third generation llama owner, and his family has owned llamas since 1980. Kyle and his wife Jerrika have a herd of approximately 25 llamas in Southwest Washington.