Later at an auction we decided to get them a mate, the males were cheap, $5 each, so we took two of them... and a younger female.
Well nature took its natural path and 11 months later both Jade and Crystal were mothers. In the mean time we learned that with guard llamas, you do not want to get more than one. When you have one llama it will stay with the sheep it is suppose to guard, if you get two or more, they form their own herd and do their own thing, as such we sold all the males, and the baby llamas, (called crias) and kept only Crystal.
The above photo are the two baby crias.
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