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BEACON HILL LLAMA
Where Their Genes meet your Dreams
Member, Llama Association of Southern California (LASC), Camelids ofmCalifornia (COC) International Llama Registry (ILR), Alpaca and Llama Show Association (ALSA)
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Come Visit Beacon Hill Farm. Llaugh a lot, and llearn about Llamas. You will be charmed and amazed by these wonderful animals!Argentine madness has made it's way to BEACON HILL Farm. We are so proud to number KOBRA's SERPIKO among our illustrious herdsires. SERPIKO was the 2005 Celebrity World Champion from LC-Llamas. His has seven crias on the ground and they have definitely fulfilled our expectations. Check them out below and on our "New Crias on the Block" page. Serpiko is available for limited breedings. Kobra's Serpiko Serpiko's Premier Absolut Royal Spinnaker Serpiko's Spot On 2005 Celebrity World b. 6/1/2006 2006 April Magic our stunning with his Mom Class III Supreme Champion Millennium son Moonspinner
We have become active in learning how to spin and process our wool and thank our spinning teacher, Margaret Tyler of La Mesa, for all of her wonderful tips. To learn more about our shearing activities and wool, please go to our wool page.
Build your llama Image with llamas from Beacon Hill Farm.
Sale and Contact information:
Dr. Ruth Baak, Proprietor,
Beacon Hill Farm
Gene Nicholson, Proprietor,
Bonita Llama Farm
Kenny Blakley, Farm Manager
2086 Mother Grundy Truck Trail, Jamul CA
P. O. Box 1152,
Jamul CA 91935
(619)468-6808 or (619) 468-3074
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Late Breaking News: Two new Millenium babies are on the ground. Click on the "Our future" button to see them !!
Also, Ken Jones, was here from New Zealand in April to help us shear. And doesn't everyone look spectacular. Have to admit a couple of our llamas received some funky haircuts, courtesy of Ken's enthusiasm. Even the Great Pyrenees, Dana and Mac Duff (Duffy), sport new "dos". They are full of energy and very happy.
Ken is shown here shearing at Hilldale Farm, the home of Frank and Bev Thacker
Beacon Hill Farm, home of a modest herd of llamas noted for their fine fiber, beauty, fine dispositions, and conformation, is nestled in beautiful Valley Center, California. This farm welcomes visitors who wish to acquaint themselves with these incredible animals.
The Mission of Beacon Hill Farm:
When you stand on a hill beside a herd of llamas, you are transported to a unique and special place, almost a new world of peace, tranquility, and beauty which you share with these remarkable, undemanding, yet lovely companions. It is the mission of Beacon Hill Farm to foster education for new owners which will allow them to provide and care for their animals in the manner which they deserve, bearing in mind how they live in the wild. By properly mentoring our customers, we can promote an awareness of the possibilities which await them: the joy of sharing their life's) with llamas. Every effort will be made to educate new owners so that they may harbor their llamas according to a standard that preserves the animals personality, trust and dignity, while keeping them safe. Our goal is to keep the promise we have made to our animals; that we find responsible caring individuals to care for them in their new homes, so that these individuals can happily share the serenity of the hilltop with them.
Beacon Hill's Fiama and Mor's Frangelica and Angelica Funicello
(the latter are Long's High Five x RMP's Annette Funicello daughters)
Our llamas are available for purchase, breeding, and wool. Ask also about our Adopt-a-llama program, designed particularly for Spinners who would like wool from that special llama, and for those who would like to learn about llamas before owning them.
East Fork's Lollapalooza (Riny's King Crimson x East Fork Nadine)