Meet the Llamas
All these llamas are available for adoption – see our adoption page for more details.
Meet FINLAY who is a home-bred 9 year old gelding. Until recently he was a stud llama and was up for sale. However, we didn't manage to sell him as a stud so he has been castrated and he is an absolutely fantastic trekking llama. He is very calm and friendly and really enjoys his walks. He is not too big so is ideal for somebody who might be a bit intimidated by size. We had 2 cria from him and they are so cute! Carla in particular really looks like him!
Meet JUNO who is 11 years old. Juno is actually one of our stud llamas but due to his lovely laid back temperament, he makes a delightful walking companion. We think he likes time away from the girls as they all nag him!!
Meet AUGUSTUS who is 11 years old. He is a lovely, friendly boy and is always happy to go out on a trek.
Meet CHESTER who is 4 years old. He was actually sold as a baby to a lovely family along with a female llama, Carrie, who is the same age as him. He was entire at the time and fathered a couple of crias. He was then castrated, but, like Juno, all the girls started bullying him so he was rehomed back with us. He leads a more sedentary life style now and makes an excellent walking companion as he likes nothing more than to cuddle up!
Meet DOMINIC who is a new addition to our trekking team. He is only 3 years old but is proving to be a very brave and interested boy in the walks. He is yet another son for Black Jack and his Mum is Sunshine.
Meet DARCY who is also a new addition. Again - he too is only 3 years old. Not quite so brave as his brother, Dominic, but practice makes perfect! Also Black Jack's son and his mum is Lavender.
Meet NICHOLAS who at 12 years old is very lively and likes to go off at a brisk pace, but for those who prefer a more sedate stroll, keeping him at the rear of the pack definitely reins him in!
Introducing PLATINO who is going to join the llama trekking team. He is 9 years old and we have owned him for several years now. He is in fact a stud llama, but has such a lovely quiet personality that we have decided to use him for trekking as well. In this photo of him he has a very short fleece as he had just been sheared, but normally he has a very thick and woolly fleece!
Bluecaps Llama & Trekking Farm, Cousley Wood, East Sussex, United Kingdom