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March 10, 2019

On August 31, 2016 Wild Oak Llamas relocated from Grass Valley, Ca.

to an incredible 45 acre ranch in Bend Oregon. The llamas are just

loving the flat, green pastures.  27 of the acreage is designated Wild Life

Preserve which remains in it's natural state with old juniper trees and

native plant life. There are around a dozen or more deer that roam the

property along with coyotes, owls, hawks and hundreds of different birds.

We are really enjoying this new life style.

The weather here is quite different for all of us and we are slowly

getting acclimated to our new surroundings. The folks in Oregon are

delightful and very friendly and have welcomed us to their community.

Lots of fellow llama owners here and we are looking forward to be active

in the COLA organization. In fact, Mary is now a member of the COLA

Board of Directors as well as a member of the ILR-SD Halter committee.

Life is good.

Our mission at Wild Oak Llamas is to breed exceptional llamas. To accomplish our goals, we are continuously researching bloodlines in order to find that perfect combination of beauty, conformation, fiber, presence and disposition.

By combining the best of both worlds, blending our strong Argentine bloodlines with our Suri lines, we are striving to create the ultimate llama.
Whether you are a full pledge "Llamaholic" like us and desiring to add diversity to your current herd or you're just beginning your journey with these magical creatures, please feel free to contact us anytime with your inquiries &/or needs. 
 This website is updated monthly, if not more frequently, to bring you updated photos, events and information.
Guest are always welcome here, Please call first to make an appointment. 541-389-6135

We love to share our obsession.

We are proud members of :
  •  COLA            (Central Oregon Llama Association)
  •  Cal-ILA        (California International Llama Association)
  •  LANA            (The Llama Association of North America)
  •  LFA               (Llama Futurity Association)
  •  ALSA             (Alpaca Llama Show Association)
  •  ALA               (Argentine Llama Aficionados)
  •  ILR-SD         (ILR  Show Division)
  •  LOWC           (Llamas of the Wine Country) desolved in 2016
  •  Llama Fiber Cooperative of North America
Rick and Mary being honored at The March Llama Madness in Indiana 2015.
Ad creation by Ruby Turell who publishes the ALSA Showring Magazine
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Arieal view of property before we made changes