I was finally able to shear the llamas this morning, when I was shearing my sheep my blades went dull then I had issues getting new blades. Once the blades finally came in I was working or it was raining! We got today off, and there was no rain so llamas got a new do. Nessie and Velma do not appear to have ever been clipped before so had nasty matted wool and that I had to throw away. Gama I clipped late last summer so had a shorter stable of about 4 inches. The girls look like new animals and I am surprised how much smaller Nessie was than I thought, both girls were also very easy to shear while Gama was a pain. He would try to cush so I put a saddle cinch under him then he would try to jump out of my make shift shoot, which he was unable to do. I was able to finally get him done without any injuries to anyone thank God, but what a sissy! Here a couple pics of them all cleaned up.
Gama my big sissy boy
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