EeDaHow Classic Llamas
Our Llamas Have Short Wool, Naturally!
What's Happening♥ December 26th, 2012:
Drifter had just turned one year old when he was shot and killed by poachers, or drunks... or both. Words Cannot Express!
♥ November, 2012: We have lost our wonderful old girl, Algebra. Alge was one of our first females, purchased from Snake River Llamas. She chose to pass up on the hill, although not alone. We have seen before how the llamas will sit in vigil for a dying friend.
Alge was tall, correct, intelligent and independent. Some of our best llamas came from her bloodline. There are no words to adequately describe the feeling of loss when any loved one goes.
EeDaHow Classic Llamas has been raising these wonderful creatures since 1989. We are located above Kamiah, in beautiful North-Central Idaho. Fishing is popular with the Selway, Salmon, Snake, Palouse, Lochsa, Clearwater rivers and Dworshak Reservoir nearby. Wilderness and National Forests are also near, along with the historic Lewis-Clark Trail.
We use the 'Mallon Method' of gentling at birth, and to teach haltering and leading. This helps build trust between humans and the llamas. We have seen a remarkable difference in our llamas since we began using this approach. They learn from day one that life includes touching, halters, picking up feet, etc... and that they will live through it.
Our males are usually spoken for before birth as older brothers have proven to be great packers. At this time we have two customers who pack with only females and they do just as well as their brothers.