The second edition added a longer poisonous plants section and additional breeding information to the original owner's manual which began with getting the farm ready and choosing the right of llama for the new owner and concluded with the caring for andtraining of these unique creatures.
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An ideal owner's manual covering preparation to selection on to breeding, training and making the most of your llama!
Table of Contents:
Choosing Your Llama
Keeping Your Llama Healthy,
Breeding and Birthing
Llama Packing and Camping
Ground Driving and More
This book concentrates primarily on developing a working llama. One of the benefits of training, handling, and grooming is the resulting wool. The yama llama does not produce the best wool in the lama species but some of it can be carded, spun and woven.
This book covers everything from birthing to packing. It enables the breeder to eliminte chance and enjoy our llamas better and determine a healthier animal... Making the Most of Your Llama is useful for the llama breeder or an owner of the companion llama, packer or cart animal.
S. Shaddinger, Windhaven Farms WA
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Reader Reviews for "Making the Most of Your Llama 2nd Edition"
|Reviewed by Linda Beattie Inlow
|When my husband died we had 40 llamas in the field. I have birthed, bred, packed, brushed, spun and mused with these fascinating creatures. The book, which has been reviewed by a llama veterinarian, is ideal for those wanting to choose, raise and get the most of their animals. Even though I wrote the book, I found myself carrying th3 first edition out to the barn when it came time for vaccinating and training these "Rembrandt's in motion" to quote my husband, Richard Inlow. He truely loved his animals.|