Llama Guru. 37 Years & 4 generations of llama farming.

Kalama, Washington On Etsy since 2018

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Llama Guru. 37 Years & 4 generations of llama farming.

Kalama, Washington | 355 Sales



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Jacob Mumford

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Jacob Mumford


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About Llamaguru

Sales 355
On Etsy since 2018

37 years and 4 generations loving llamas!

Jacob's grandparents got llamas in 1980, the year he was born. Jacob's parents got llamas in 1983. Starting in 1993 as a 4-H project Jacob started buying and breeding his own animals and building his own herd of high quality llamas.

Today our family of 4 has one of the largest llama 4-H groups in the region, We run the largest llama show and sale (auction) in the area (in Salem, Oregon), and Jacob Shear's llamas all over Oregon and Washington (and sometimes beyond) as a side business. We are aspiring to do more with our fiber. We also sell bagged llama manure direct from the farm at times. We are trying to branch out and doing more community support agriculture and sustainable farming projects on the farm. Stay tuned!

Thanks for viewing out Etsy page and learning about us and thanks for supporting small family farms and community Agriculture.

Production partners

  • Green Housekeeping

    New York, NY

    Green Housekeeping

  • Llama Fiber Cooperative of North America

    Jefferson, OR

    Made with Llama Fiber raised on North American Farms

  • Mustang


    These quality halters are produced by Mustang, inc

  • Pillow Company


    Handmade Pillow

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