Breaking news: 2015 AGM 18-20 Sept in WA:
Western Australia here we come! Mark your calendars for this wonderful weekend. Be sure to set aside some time for exploring Western Australia. Click here for additional news and details.
Autumn Llama Lines:
Members will be enjoying their Autumn Llama Lines produced by Editor Jane Ashton and all those members who sent her information and articles. Jane has again done an outstanding job for all of us.
The Autumn issue features reports from Branches about their activities plus helpful health and packing advice from our busy members and guest contributors from Australia and overseas. You'll also find pages full of colourful articles, information and entertainment.
Members can download the Autumn Llama Lines here.
You can contact Jane for compliments, suggestions, contributions and information at:
New: Llamas For Sale:
Please note our new Section: Llama For Sale. Members are welcome to list llamas here. Others can find information about llamas for sale and contact the advertising member. The Member Forum is also available for communicating about other subjects.
Dr. Harry meets member Glynda Bluhm and her delightful llamas:
Did you see member Glynda Bluhm showing her llamas to Dr. Harry on Better Homes and Gardens?
If not, click here to see these delightful llamas.
From the Committee:
Your committee is always hard at work behind the scenes keeping your association running. They welcome your input. If you want to communicate with any of them - details can be found from the left menu:
Membership/Committee Members page.
Here's how to join/renew your LAA membership for 2014-2015:
The new llama year began the beginning of July. The membership form to join or renew your membership can be found at Membership (left column this page) Apply Online where you can download the two-page form. You can mail, email, or direct deposit your membership fees to the Treasurer.
For questions and information please contact Wendy Bell, Treasurer:
Alpaca (and Llama) Agskills - A Practical Guide to Farm Skills
Is Your Mama A Llama?
Spinning Llama and Alpaca (2nd Edition)
Llama Drama - for kids of all ages
What Animal Am I?
Resource Library feature articles:
Papillomavirus in Llamas
By Helen Smith Burston
Six Wild Boys in training
Shearing Llamas (and alpacas)
Llama Lovers Escorted Out of Bush Fire
Put your best foot (and teeth) forward,
How can I tell if my llama is sick?
Adding new llamas to the herd
Clicker training llamas
A llama birth
Training tips- desensitization
All that glitters is not goldImportance of Faecal Testing
Importance of Vitamins and MineralsJjack of All Trades
Australian Guanaco update