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Goats, gripes, and grasping for greatness
Come to the Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival this weekend! 
26th-Sep-2012 09:21 pm
There will be goats and more goats! The Angora goats will be having a show, and the Cashmere goats are also having a show! Stan Sours and Joe David Ross will be there to give us all their goat-y wisdom.

There will also be all kinds of other fiber animals, sheep dog demonstrations, rovings, fleeces, yarn, products, tools, food, and fun. Come on out to Berryville and enjoy a weekend of low-key fun. Who knows? You might just go home with your own impulse-purchase of a brand new llama...!

27th-Sep-2012 02:22 pm (UTC)
Thus why I'm going to talk to the friend of mine who has both yaks and llamas. I'm pretty sure she keeps her separate, but I'd like more insight on how the interact with each other.
3rd-Oct-2012 03:56 am (UTC)
Random follow up: I did speak with my LYS owner, who is the owner of a flock of llamas and what sounds like it will be much fewer yaks soon. She stated that she thought getting companion llamas for Squeaky sounded like a good plan, and that she was planning on putting one of her yaks in with the llama herd once her yak population is decreased. She did suggest that I get two llamas so that whenever I do try to integrate Squeaky with the herd, the llama would not be sitting alone and sad. (I wasn't planning on having them in with the larger herd, as I'm somewhat dubious about having them with breeding bulls, but having some additional fluffies sounds like fun.) Also, there is a fellow spinner who is apparently looking to move some rescue llamas, so I'll be following up further on this soon.
3rd-Oct-2012 01:48 pm (UTC)
Two llamas who are already friends might be smart. Our llama gets lonely when I take his girls away to the shows. He is so cute with his squeal-and-dance act when I bring them back.
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