The Tripp Family

Llama Land is nestled in the hills just three miles from Truro in Cornwall.
The Tripp family has farmed the land where the llamas live for three generations, mostly as a sheep farm.
In the past eleven years, 10 new hedgerows and 14,000 trees have been planted improving the conservation value of the farm, enhancing the environment as well as giving extra shelter for the animals.

Our Llovely Llamas

We first brought llamas to our farm in order to help control our scrub areas and to protect our sheep from foxes.
Since then Llamas have stolen our hearts and taken over our lives.
Now we have a herd of Llamas gracing our land.
Our Llamas are part of the family and our children have had great pleasure in naming each and every one of them.
Each llama is a delight and has its own individual character.


Our Llama Lland Policy

We welcome enquiries and are happy to give advice on llamas, as it is an important decision when selecting and buying your llamas.
Prospective owners are encouraged to handle the animals before they leave the premises for their new homes.
An in-house training and handling session is given.
All llamas come with a full record of worming vaccination and family history.
Transportation and delivery can be arranged anywhere within the U.K.



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