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We now have a new addition to the farm, little "Sam" came today the 19th of April. We don't know whether it's a girl or a boy, so we hence the name. Shep and Sheila are very proud parents, and Aunt Jesse, our Mustang Mare are taking very good care of the little Cria
 

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We got her on Valentines Day, or as we like to call it "The day our little Shep became a Man", In all fairness she was already pregnant, but Shep made darn sure, over and over, and over. Llamas have a 366 day gestation period, as soon as the baby Cria is born the male starts mating with the Female, many times a day for several days, weeks. females don't come into heat, but rather are prodded into egg drop soup, by constant copulation. I just knew you guys would want to know how it happens with Llamas, with me, the wife pulled the goalie and didn't tell me.
 

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I wasn't sure what the gestation period was for them, I just new it was awfully quick since you just got her not long ago. Sounds like Shep is going to be a busy man for the next couple weeks LOL.
 
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