Hill House Farm Bolivian Llamas - Herd Sires
Summary sheet for
LW Nabisco - Bolivian Male
Out of Macho de Las Montanas and 1996 Bolivian Import Bolivian Natara.

His first crias are due in the Fall of 2001. llam
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LW Nabisco is another  great junior herd sire at Hill House Farm Llamas and provides a 5th 1996 Bolivian Import bloodline in our stud herd.  He is co-owned with The Colorfield Llamas (Lisa Alayza).  His call name is "Biscuit".

He is pictured at 1.5 years of age at The Colorfield, before he was shown for summer.

His father, Macho de las Montanas, is the 1991 Bolivian Import stud retained in the LW Keeper herd.

Reflecting the quality of his parents, Biscuit went Reserve Grand Champion as a Juvenile.

Like his dad, Biscuit has incredible mounds of long, soft  fiber that has the color of (and glows like) mother-of-pearl. He also has his dad's magnificent appy spots and also a few new spots apparently tossed in by his mother, Natara. He  has wonderful bone and a very long, stretchy neck, and he lovingly lets the 4Hers use him as a pillow and snuggle bunny at llama shows.

He is offered as a service stud to approved females. To reserve a place on his breeding calendar call Lisa Alayza at (317-254-9451) or email us at llamas@llamasfrombolivia.com. Stud fee: $750 with live birth and healthy cria and stud quality male cria guarantees.

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