Spring Creek Llama Ranch

Real Pack Llamas
Classic Llama Breeding Stock

Welcome to the Spring Creek Llama Ranch Website

We selectively breed for packing llamas.

Our 27th year packing with llamas.

We provide support for
new llama owners.

After 27 years in the llama business, we are getting ready to retire. This means we are rounding up a small group of llamas to keep for long pack trips in our retirement. Also staying with us are our retired packers and retired breeding females. They are part of our family and will stay with us until the end.

All the rest of our llamas are for sale. This includes our herd of breeding females. These are girls we selected out of our own production to pair up with our pack stud, Zorro. These are the best of the best in our eyes. They are all in their prime producing years at five and six years old.

Also for sale are a handful of young boys destined to be pack llamas or pack studs and a few young girls with pack llama or breeding potential.

These llamas represent nearly three decades of selecting and breeding for pack llamas.

Please have a look. We are willing to consider all offers. We will be very flexible on price with multiple llama purchases because we like the idea of our llamas being able to stay together with their friends.

Check out one of our packing stories!

Weekend Training and Conditioning Pack Trip a Success

As we approached Marion Lake, we took the trail that crosses the outlet stream with a big bridge. There were people standing on the bridge with a dog. We waited for them to get off the bridge before we started across. Graysun was afraid of the dog. We have no dogs at our house so he is not used to them. The water that the bridge spanned was a rushing torrent. Thanks to all the snow melt, the surf definitely was up. The water made an enormous roaring sound. This added to Graysun's anxiety. The experienced string crossed the bridge with calm confidence. Graysun would not go and found himself caught between the dog and the bridge. read more...

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Read our How-To articles!

Packing Tips - Staking Out

I prefer a picket pin with a closed D head at the top. Try clipping the caribiner around the neck of the picket pin rather than through the D head or any ring that might be attached to the D head. That way the rope can pivot around the neck of the picket pin and not get wound up around the picket pin. Clip the other end to your llama's halter or collar. read more...

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