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Sarah    Posted 08-13-2003 at 14:20:02       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Thought I would write and see if anyone here knew if llamas can change colors as they get older? Like going from Brown to a lighter color? Also does anyone know where I could get some free goat and rabbit info pamphlets? We are taking our goats and rabbits to an event and we were wanting some pamphlets to give out to anyone interested in learning more about the animals!! Thanks so much!

RayP(MI)    Posted 08-13-2003 at 19:10:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
Check with your county extension office. They'll probably have all kinds of information. As far as the llamas, don't think they change color - Our three, LLoyd, Leonard, and Laura, have been out all summer with no noticable color changes. They gard our sheep! Fawteen - you got llamas too?

Sarah    Posted 08-14-2003 at 06:50:34       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Ray you have llamas? Kewl!! PICS???? WEbsite??? I love talking to other llama owners!! Thanks! Bye!!

Poke    Posted 08-13-2003 at 15:59:26       [Reply]  [No Email]

Fawteen    Posted 08-13-2003 at 15:40:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
Well, if being owned by a llama makes me an expert, I guess I qualify...

Sarah, as far as I know, llamas do NOT change color or pattern.

Can't hep ya on the rabbits and goats, don't have much to do with either.

Fawteen - Ummm    Posted 08-13-2003 at 15:42:18       [Reply]  [No Email]
Once they reach adulthood, that is. They may change a little (lighten, probably) from the colors they were born with in the first year or two, not sure abut that.

Sarah    Posted 08-13-2003 at 16:39:40       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi again,
Thanks so very much for replying! I greatly appreciate it! Great help! Fawteen you have llamas?
Please email me at if you don't mind! Also if anyone does find out where I can get anything on the goats & Rabbits please let me know! Thanks,Sarah and Liberty(llama) :)

Fawteen    Posted 08-13-2003 at 17:29:15       [Reply]  [No Email]

I have *A* llama, guard critter fer my sheeps.

His Royal Highness, Fernando Llama...

Sarah    Posted 08-13-2003 at 19:21:33       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Beautiful looking Llama! Love him to death! He is great!! Where are you located? Thanks so much!

Fawteen    Posted 08-14-2003 at 02:21:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'm in Maine, east of Bar Harbor, on the coast. Link is to my website, more info and pix there.

Sarah    Posted 08-14-2003 at 06:49:20       [Reply]  [Send Email]
HI Again,
Great website! Very nice!! I still LOVE the llama!! :)!!!! Has he ever spit on you? Well I really have to run now! Talk Later?? Oh By the way do you have yahoo instant messaging???

Sarah    Posted 08-13-2003 at 19:25:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]

How did you get your pic of him on there? I cant get mine to work! HMMMMMM.... Well See ya! Bye!! I may make this a never mind. It depends on if this picture works! IF it does then it is my llama Liberty!!!!

Sarah    Posted 08-13-2003 at 19:28:05       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Hey it worked! That is Liberty!! She will be 6 months Saturday the 16th of August. Hope you enjoy her pic as much as I enjoyed Fernando(sp?) sorry mind tired!!! ~:)SMILE:)~ Thanks!! Oh by the way this picture now is of Liberty and Minnie!!!! Minnie is Liberty's BEST FRIEND!! They stay in with our goats!!

You wanna ....    Posted 08-13-2003 at 14:25:45       [Reply]  [No Email]
holler fer a guy named Fawteen....he's de resident llama expert on dis wit his name to get his attention.... :^)

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