Shangrila Farm
Harry and Laurie Mollin
1115 Rock Ridge Road, Callaway, VA  24067
(540) 483-8749

mollin@shangrilallamas.com


Female Llamas for Sale  -  Male Llamas for Sale  - Guard Llamas for Sale


Harry and Laurie Mollin

Our breeding program produces llamas with pretty faces, striking colors, silky fiber and the best conformation possible, but the most important thing to us is temperament.  All of our herd sires are sweet natured and almost all of our dams were born on our farm so they trust us with their babies.

Here in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, we've been raising llamas since 1987 where most of our herd of  llamas have been born. Our babies range from light to heavy wool and from extra large to petite (bordering on Mini.)
We selectively breed for strong Appaloosa bloodlines.  Below is one of our appys from Power Spike, Spots and an Argentine Altanero's baby girl, Appalina.
 

   

BAL Whisk Me Away gave us
these awesome Paints!!

   

 Appaloosa Llama Jumping over obsacle

We do everything we can to raise llamas who are a pleasure to be around. As soon as our babies hit the ground they are desensitized and taught to trust us.  They are halter and lead trained as soon as possible and many are also trained with the Clicker on an obstacle course and to carry a pack.

 

Shangrila's Apollo
Best in Show 2013
New York State Fair

       Shangrila's Apache
Grand Champion/Best Bred
and Owned 2009 VA Classic

We even have our granddaughter Hannah teach them how to kiss.

Shangrila's Delta Dawn
Click on Delta to see More beautiful faces.

And our Grandson Ryan to teach them to walk.


We also enjoy producing working llamas.  Many are guarding livestock, alpacas, sheep, goats and cattle.  Two of our llamas have worked as llama therapists in a hospitalTwin Creek's Llama Treks purchased three of our boys for their trekking company and Applewood Inn a bed and breakfast gives day treks with four of our boys.  And many are winning in the show ring.  Click here to see us using llamas for PR at the Roanoke Festival in the Park.


We welcome visitors to the farm.  As you can see our girls are lined up to greet you.


Links to Articles and other Llama Info
The Clicker Clinic.  
Clicker Training at Public Events.
Clicker Training for Obstacles.   
Clicker Training with a
Tunnel Obstacle 
Clicker Training for Pack Training
Guard Llama Stories and Testimonials
The Day in the Life of  Therapy Llamas
Surprise Obstacle Practice Day
Links to Other Llama Info

Pregnancy Watch List
Using PR Events as a Training Opportunity


We have had many clinics here over the years at the farm to help educate new owners. 
These are some of the obstacles we use to train our weanlings.

Shangrila's Studs

Appaloosa Herd Sire - Power Spike Son of Chilean Napoleon and Grandson of Papa Noel

BAL Haggerty

BAL Whisk Me Away

Power Spike

Boogie Knight


Click on a Stud to see their page with more pictures and info including their ILR

Female Llamas for Sale
  -  Male Llamas for Sale  - Guard Llamas for Sale
Appaloosas -
LLama Info Links

Directions to Farm - Llama FAQ - New Babies - Show Champions
Headshots - Dams

Shangrila's Reference Herd Sires: Paso Peru - Smokin' Joe - Fancy Creek Hobbes - Cuervo - Movin On - BAL Presidio - Argentine Altanero

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Visitors are welcome by appointment. 
Please understand, we are a breeding operation not a petting zoo.

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