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A Small Ranch With Outstanding Llamas

Fallen Oak Ranch is a llama ranch located in the beautiful Northern California foothills. We have been raising llamas since 2001. We have a variety of Argentine, Bolivian, and Chilean purebreds & crosses.

We are proud of our herd. Our llamas are of good conformation and are bred for an amazing demeanor. We believe our overall herd is second to none. We do not follow current fads, we breed for a solid, correct llama with amazing personalities.

Fallen Oak started with a variety of llama types. Though still breeding outstanding llamas of different types, the main focus has changed to the rare Argentine & Argentine crosses. We proudly show all types of our llamas and do well! 

In nineteen years of showing, the llamas have done quite well. We have had many, many Grand and Reserve Champions. Fallen Oak has taken a break from showing in most of 2017 through 2020.

Our llamas have been to/or qualified for Nationals in 2002 through 2019. PFO Lakota did VERY WELL at Nationals in 2007 & 2008. He placed Reserve National Class Champion / Divisional Top 3 in 2007. Lakota was National Class Champion / Divisional Top 5 in 2008. Argentine Midnight Amarula placed National Class Champion / Divisional Top 5 in 2011. In 2014, PFO Mayfair Tewa was Western Regional Grand Champion & National's Class Champion!

Fallen Oak was proud to be the home to Argentine Corvo. He passed away in May of 2015. Corvo was a full Argentine import. Corvo is, by far, one of the rarest Argentine bloodlines. All of Corvo's full Argentine daughters have been kept at Fallen Oak.  

Llamas for Sale has been updated on 01/16/19

The direction of Fallen Oak has changed in late 2016. I am going back to the basics of what made this ranch successful... conformation and behavior. Though still breeding Argentines, I am cutting back on llamas. This is a great opportunity for buyers. Sales will also include the rare Argentines.

 

 

I had fun in 2019.

Click here to see some of the photos of events the llamas went to.

No Crias born in 2020

Currently, one yearling female for sale

PFO Wakanisha Dreamer (M)
Apr. 9, 2019 
PFO Lakota X MGF Bells and Whistles
Dreamer is a real handsome boy. Very correct with attitude. Beautiful fiber. I believe he will follow in the footsteps of his Dad, brothers and sisters on being a real show stopper. He will stay on the ranch to be a future herdsire.

 

PFO Argentine Bayou Storm (F)
May 16, 2019
Argentine Iroquois X Argentine Shoshone
This full Argentine girl rules the pasture. So much so that she gets milk from multiple females. Again, another correct cria. I think she will have her mom's demeanor, kicked back but in charge.
 
PFO Maduche
May 20, 2019
Argentine Iroquois X PFO Mayfair Tewa
Maduche is the bold cria in the pasture. Always checking things out. Never scares from animals outside the pasture. Fearless.
Photo coming soon

 

PFO Kawaiisue
May 29, 2019
Argentine Iroquois X PFO Salish Rain
This half Argentine girl is such a sweetheart. A real girly girl though she can run like the wind and handle herself in the pasture play. She was sold to a return customer and is enjoying her life with the goats

 

I noticed that the links to the Limo travels had been removed a long time ago.

The stories, again, can be read, Click here

 

 
Telephone
(530) 692-1588

 

Postal address
P.O. Box 735, 
Oregon House, CA. 95962

 

Email
  fallenoak@hughes.net

 

 

Fallen Oak strives to have only the best llamas in our breeding program. The goal is to have nearly all of our breeding llamas as former Grand Champions. We have shown & proven ALL of our llamas. None have come to the ranch as show animals

The following  have completed their ALSA HALTER CHAMPION AWARDS

PFO Lakota is our first RANCH BRED CRIA.

Received a Grand at 2018 Hobo at nearlt 15 years old.

In 2010 he received his ALSA Grand Champion Award

2008 ALSA National Reserve Class Champion Light Wool Male & Ranked #3 in his Division

 

 

PFO Salish Rain

sired by PFO Lakota

earned her ALSA Grand Champion Award at State Fair in 2013. It runs in the family!

 

Argentine Shoshone (ET)

We thought we had her Champion in the beginning of 2012. When we found out we did not yet, we cleaned her up two days before the Grass Valley Show & yep... Grand Champion. Shoshone also has her ROM in fleece.

No longer on ranch

Argentine Midnight Amarula

2011 National Class Champion Heavy Wool Female / Divisional Top 5

No longer on ranch

PFO Zuni Smoke

No longer on ranch

 

PFO Mayfair Tewa

2015 ALSA National Class Champion Heavy Wool Adult Female. Another llama born & bred at Fallen Oak

 

 

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Many thanks. You are invited to email if you have any questions.

 

 

 

 

 

Fallen Oak is a proud member of-

ILR (International Lama Registry)

ALSA (Alpaca Llama Show Association)

 
 

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