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Rafter D Llamas have been raising llamas since 1987. Located on 10 acres in the Carson Valley approximately 50 miles south of Reno, Nevada. The llama facilities surround the house that has llama views out of every window. The barn is a very large 100' x 80' shed divided down the length - one side for the boys, one for the girls. Because of the design, they can rarely see each other, which causes less friction among the males, who all live peacefully together.

All visiting females are treated very well and given loving care, good feed, minerals, and treats. Fresh water is always available from the Nelson automatic waterers and all "llama beans" are picked up daily.

Location: 1600 Orchard Road , Gardnerville Nevada 89410 Telephone 775-782-2742 Fax 775-782-0890

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Gardnerville) Lahontan National Fish Hatchery
(South Lake Tahoe) Lake Tahoe Adventures
(Gardnerville) Rafter D Llamas

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