- Amherst weekend party reports replaced by calls for loose llamas, goats, dogs
- AMHERST – With the start of spring break, raucous party calls this weekend were replaced by calls for straying animals -- specifically llamas and goats. But police also responded to calls for potentially rabid skunks and missing or lose dogs.
- Llama owners put their animals to the test
- Llamas are very versatile, and their lives are not always easy. Some are used as guard animals to keep coyotes and other predators away from sheep and goats. Their wool-like hair also can be sold, though most llama shearing is done to help the animals ...
- Let a llama take your troubles away
- "We never dreamed that we'd be doing work with llamas and alpacas," Lori said. "We came to Oregon 20 years ago, and bought 2 ½ acres. Basically, we got tired of mowing the lawn, so we went to the fair to look for some animals to keep it eaten down.
- Rancher offering reward for info on brutal llama killing
- For more than 30 years, Figment Ranch has been a place of peace where chickens and llamas roam free. The chickens provide free-range eggs to the community, and the llamas are not only pets. They're used for therapy, breeding, shows and their wool.
- Forget the Dress: The Best Meme of 2/26/2015 Was the Runaway Llamas
- One year ago today, two llamas, tired of being cogs in the petting-zoo machine, saw an opportunity to break free of their mundane lives as retirement-community emotional-support animals and ran toward hope of a new life. Toward freedom.
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