Liza has slipped her breeding and because of her age, we are not sure she is still
producing, so we are willing to find her a GOOD home at a non-breeder (livestock guardian, pet, companion, 4-H) price.
has an awesome production history and is just the nicest female ever. This girl is deserving of a VERY good home that
will appreciate her and cherish her for the rest of her days which we expect to be many many more. (or she will
just stay with us if such a home can not be found)
Liza is the mother of the 1999
National Grand Champion heavy wool female
, PFL Easter Lilith owned by Barb and Tom Parsons.
is a proven producer with problem-free births, great milker and easy breeder. She passes on her straight legs,
strong topline, and relaxed personality. She herself is not a big llama but she produces very large tall, stretchy
offspring. At 2 months of age, her crias cush down to nurse, no kidding. She is easy to handle and halter. Liza's 2006
cria is the awesome hooked eared female -LAMS Lady Luck Lilly sired by Sweepstakes Jackpot
- (owned by Daley's Pleasant Hill Farm).
Liza's had an awesome suri black male
- LAMS Can't Wait For Nutt'n
by LAMS Nutcracker -
this was the 1st Nutcracker cria to be born. We were so pleased
with this cria that we bred Liza back to LAMS NUTCRACKER for a 2009 cria. She will
most likely have a female cria this next time. Update --- Guess what ---- she DID
have a female cria by LAMS Nutcracker.(picture at Left) What a doll she is, markings similar to mom, ears that
almost touch like mom and a swan neck that comes right up out of her withers. She will be a show stopper and so correct
and straight. She has gorgeous silky fiber.