The llamas are not sheep, I know! But I love them too. Karin may be going to a new home soon, because I simply don't need three. I don't even NEED one, but my plan is to keep Lucy and her baby, Audrey and since I no longer have a male, that is it for llamas at The Fat Ewe Farm.
I wish I had a better way to keep their pen free of manure, so they had clean grass all the time. More pens would be the answer, with a long time in between occupying each one. The goats are going to be moved this winter to where the new goat barn is. The ewe lambs will occupy the goat pen then, but there is a heavy worm load in those pens. It means constant vigilance with herbal powder that rids the sheep of worms, plus garlic and healthy feed so they have a balanced diet. They wast a ton of hay. I have been taking the straw out they don't eat and filling the shelters with it instead of straw. If I had two little donkeys, they would gladly eat up that left over hay and thrive on it.