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February 2020
February 28 to March 1, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM
Show ID = 1078
ILR Sanctioned Show

SSLA Hillbilly Llama Show
Perry, GA

SSLA sponsored double ILR-SD and ALSA show in Perry, GA. Judges are Mike Haumschild and Tami Lash.
Contact email: llamajudge@gmail.com



April 2020
April 3 to April 5, 2020
Time: 8:00 a.m.
Show ID = 1077
ILR Sanctioned Show

March Llama Madness Double ILR Show and Sale of Champions 2020
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ILR-SD Double Halter Show, Single Performance and Fleece Shows, Prospect Futurity Show/Sale of Champions, Olympic Futurity Show, Youth Halter Show, Llama Halter Judging Contest, Youth Speech Contest and llama grooming and fitting clinic.
Contact email: dmand531@gmail.com
More Information: www.solidrockllamas.com


April 18
Time: 9:00 AM
Show ID = 1079
ILR Sanctioned Show

Mellow Yellow Llama Show and Futurity
Cumming, GA

SSLA sponsored double ILR-SD and ALSA halter show and fortuity. Judges are Deb Yeagle and Joy Bishop.
Contact email: llamajudge@gmail.com


April 18 to April 19, 2020
Show ID = 1089
ILR Sanctioned Show

Sherwoodwood Stock Llama Show 2020
Lower Sherwood Farm, Charlottesville, VA

Join us for our 3rd Annual Sherwoodstock Llama Show! Camp out with your llamas and show from your trailer. Budget-friendly, tons of fun! Plenty of hotels and Airbnbs around for those less inclined to camp. Two day event with a pack trial scheduled for Sunday. Open to the public. Fleece, halter and performance. Pot Luck Saturday night dinner. Embrace your inner Groovy! Competition, camaraderie and coolness! Food truck: pending Judge: Mary Jo Miller. Schedule and updated website coming soon
Contact email: info@lowersherwood.com
More Information: www.lowersherwood.com



May 2020
May 1 to May 3, 2020
Show ID = 1090
ILR Sanctioned Show

Heartland Llama Show
North Iowa Events Center

ILR-SD sanctioned show including halter, performance, walking fiber, and shorn fleece.
Contact email: heartlandllamashow@gmail.com


May 9
Time: 9:00
Show ID = 1087
ILR Sanctioned Show

2020 Ohio River Valley Llama Show
Coshocton Co. Fairgrounds Coshocton, Ohio

ILR-Sanctioned
Halter Judge: Carol Reigh
Performance Judge:Mike Haumschild
Concession Stand & Silent Auction

***Please note date has changed to the 9th & start time to 9am....

Contact email: lee4llamas@aol.com


May 22 to May 24, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM
Show ID = 1080
ILR Sanctioned Show

Northeast Tennessee Llama Show
White Pine TN

SSLA sponsored double ILR-SD and ALSA llama show. Judges are Tricia Schneebarger and Steve Auld
Contact email: llamajudge@gmail.com


May 30 to May 31, 2020
Time: 8 am until finished
Workshops

Dr Walker Parasite Clinic
Kettenum Center Tustin, Michigan

Three spots have opened up

non refundable $50 deposit holds your seat. Balance due by May 1st, 2020 Spots are filling quickly!!! Don't wait until the last moment to sign up!

Many exciting things happening at Fehrenbach Farms in the spring!!! This is the first of several announcements that we are so excited to share!!

May 30th and 31st, open to the first 20 people with a non refundable $50 deposit.... Total of $230 is due by May 1st.

We will have Dr. Pam Walker at the farm to do her infamous Parasite Seminar and Parasitology Lab!!!!! On day two she will discuss the Camelid Medicine Cabinet, the document that so many of us refer to at the the International Camelid Institute website!! We are very excited and honored to have this opportunity in Northern Michigan and can't wait for 20 lucky people to join us! I personally am a HUGE fan, and drove to Virginia to attend this very seminar two years ago. Don't miss out on your chance to work with Dr Walker personally!!

More information can be found at Fehrenbach Farms on Facebook, or call Denise at 231-590-8549
Contact email: denise@fehrenbachfarms.com
More Information: www.facebook.com/FehrenbachFarms/



June 2020
June 13
Time: 8:00 am until we are finished
Workshops

John Mallon Level 1 Clinic
Fehrenbac Farms Evart, Mi

Cost for this 1 day clinic is $135. It will include quick breakfast snacks (donuts, granola bars, etc) beverages through the day, and lunch. There will be a dinner option for after the clinic for those who are wanting to attend, or dinner on your own.

Guarantee

Your hands and your brain are the only tools used. John asks that you bring your worst-behaved llama or alpaca, and offers a 100%, full money-back guarantee. All of John Mallon Clinics carry a 100% guarantee of satisfaction —

“If, at the end of the day, you don’t feel your money was well spent, your money will be returned, in full, on the spot, just like that.”

John even takes it one step further by saying:

“If, after two weeks of honestly applying what you have learned, you feel that your money was not well spent, call me on my toll-free number for a full refund.”

This guarantee is unprecedented in the industry.



Level I — “The Foundation”

The Level I Clinic is an intensive eight-hour day, packed with hands-on applications, eye-opening demonstrations, and thought-provoking insights. This foundation clinic comes very highly recommended by “old-timers,” newcomers and veterinarians alike, and is guaranteed to bring about a positive change in your relationship with your llamas or alpacas. This clinic will make you a trainer.

Learn the philosophy and principles of training, teaching and learning.
Learn how to apply these principles in ways that make sense-to you and your llamas or alpacas.
Learn to make a 5-second plan — it guarantees success and makes anything possible.
Learn how to tie the lifesaving quick-release knot.
Learn safe, relaxed leg handling; quiet, cooperative haltering; leading on a slack rope.
Learn why early desensitization of crias is crucial to the animal’s development, and how to perform the procedure.
Learn with “hands-on” experience — questions and answers — tips and insights — help with specific problems.

This is where it all begins — learn the psychology of prey animals — what makes them “tick,” in order to be able to work with them in ways they can understand - safely and peacefully. By working from the “inside out,” you will learn how to help your llama overcome his natural fears.

A limited number of animals may be hauled in for this clinic. Please make arrangements prior to coming. You will need to stall your animals in your trailer or in your own panels. There is no extra housing at our farm ;(

Out of state animals are required to have an 840 microchip and a health certificate within 30 days to comply with Michigan law. I have a chip reader on the premise.

In state llamas born after March of 2012 also must have an 840 microchip. Animals born prior to March of 2012 do not need a microchip. This again is to comply with Michigan law.

Prerequisite: Level I attendance is required before attending Level II, III, Show, or Driving Clinics.


Guest Hotel is the Osceola Grand Hotel

Address: 940 W 7th St, Evart, MI 49631
Phone: (231) 734-0470

Mention that you are with the John Mallon clinic to get a rate of $104.04 per night (tax is included)
Contact email: denise@fehrenbachfarms.com
More Information: www.facebook.com/FehrenbachFarms/


June 14
Time: 8:00 until we are finished
Workshops

John Mallon Jackpot Obstacle clinic
Fehrenbach Farms Evart, Mi

Cost for this 1 day clinic is $135. It will include quick breakfast snacks (donuts, granola bars, etc) beverages through the day, and lunch. There will be a dinner option for after the clinic for those who are wanting to attend, or dinner on your own.

Guarantee

Your hands and your brain are the only tools used. John asks that you bring your worst-behaved llama or alpaca, and offers a 100%, full money-back guarantee. All of John Mallon Clinics carry a 100% guarantee of satisfaction —

“If, at the end of the day, you don’t feel your money was well spent, your money will be returned, in full, on the spot, just like that.”

John even takes it one step further by saying:

“If, after two weeks of honestly applying what you have learned, you feel that your money was not well spent, call me on my toll-free number for a full refund.”

This guarantee is unprecedented in the industry.



Level One is a prerequisite to attend this clinic


“Jackpot Clinic”

For the more advanced llama and handler who is ready to step up to Jackpot competitions.

Fine-tune your performance partner and learn how little things can mean a lot of money in Jackpots.

Lots of tips on gaining the showman’s edge by making your cues “invisible.”

“Bomb-proofing” — Overcoming the fear response - you can’t expose him to everything he’ll ever see in competition, but you can help him learn to take new things in stride.

Judging — learn exactly what the judge is looking for, how runs are scored and why. Get inside the judge’s head.

Training tips — 40 years worth. There are a lot of wrong ways of doing things, and usually more than one right way, too. John has personally trained and shown numerous performance champions since 1985, and graduates of his clinics have consistently placed at the top of their classes at the big shows.

These clinics differ from show clinics in that they are specifically geared to the performance classes. No time will be spent discussing halter, showmanship, or conformation analysis. There will be very little lecture time; this is a full day of hands-on performance work, including, but not limited to:

Water, tarp, tire crossings
Bridges and ramps, both forward and reverse
Jumps — including deadfall, cavaletti, barrels, solid walls
Backing — around, through or under, in serpentine or any other configuration
Sidepassing, turns on forehand, and haunch turns
Any other obstacles you want to try, have encountered, or dream up

If you’re serious about competing in the big money Jackpots, this clinic is for you!

Prerequisites: Previous Level I Clinic is mandatory (no exceptions), and previous Level II is recommended as a prerequisite to attending this Jackpot Clinic.


A limited number of animals may be hauled in for this clinic. Please make arrangements prior to coming. You will need to stall your animals in your trailer or in your own panels. There is no extra housing at our farm ;(

Out of state animals are required to have an 840 microchip and a health certificate within 30 days to comply with Michigan law. I have a chip reader on the premise.

In state llamas born after March of 2012 also must have an 840 microchip. Animals born prior to March of 2012 do not need a microchip. This again is to comply with Michigan law.

Guest Hotel is the Osceola Grand Hotel

Address: 940 W 7th St, Evart, MI 49631
Phone: (231) 734-0470

Mention that you are with the John Mallon clinic to get a rate of $104.04 per night (tax is included)

Contact email: denise@fehrenbachfarms.com
More Information: www.facebook.com/FehrenbachFarms/



July 2020
July 10 to July 12, 2020
Show ID = 1084
ILR Sanctioned Show

Happy Camper Llama Show and PLTA Pack Trial
Hidden Oaks Llama Ranch in Estacada, OR

New for 2020!

The Happy Camper Llama Show will be taking place on July 10th-12th, 2020 at Hidden Oaks Llama Ranch in Estacada, OR.

We have several exciting things in the works including a pack trial with the PLTA, an authentic trail obstacle course in the woods, halter classes, and more. Our primary goal with the Happy Camper show is to lean into all of the things that make shows fun. Bring your camper or tent; nearby hotels are also available. Make plans to stay for the Saturday night wood fire pizza party.

Planning is still in the works but we will update and add to show manager as we get closer.
Contact email: jerrika.mumford@gmail.com


July 18
Time: 8:00 am until 6:00 pm
Workshops

Dr. Norm Evan's: Nutrition, Skin Parasites, Repro, & Genetic
Kettenum Center Tustin, Michigan

Space is limited. Please contact Denise by Messenger or via phone 231-590-8549. Half down holds your spot, You must be paid in full by May 15, 2020

Dr. Norm Evans will be speaking on both llamas and alpacas in the areas of nutrition, similarities and differences in needs and stages of both species, skin parasites, Reproduction and genetics, and genetic traits.

Clinic cost $60 + commuter fee OR lodging fee

This clinic will take place at Kettenun Center in Tustin, Michigan

Commuter with all 3 meals $62.75

Commuter ala' carte:

Commuter no meals $11

Breakfast $10.50 (buffet style, can include: pancakes, french toast, eggs, sausage, bacon, yogurt, fruit, oatmeal, and more)

Lunch $13.75 (May be one of :Burger bar, bourbon chicken bar, pulled pork bar..)

Dinner $17.00 (may be one of: Bourbon chicken, Prime rib, salmon)

You can pick which meals you would like to join us in, or you may do lunch on your own.

Single night lodging with meals included:
Our pricing is per person, based on double occupancy.

White Pine Lodge (twin beds and private bathrooms) for 1 night with 3 meals is $102.50 + tax

Aspen/Birch Lodge (bunk beds and shared bathrooms) 1 night 3 meals is $93.00 + tax

Double night lodging with meal included:

White Pine Lodge (twin beds and private bathrooms)
$174.25 per person + taxes
Single by request rooms have additional charges of $30 per room/per night
Aspen/Birch/Cedar Lodges (bunk beds and shared bathrooms)
$150.75 per person + taxes
Single by request rooms have additional charges of $25.50 per room/per night

Contact email: denise@fehrenbachfarms.com
More Information: www.facebook.com/FehrenbachFarms/



September 2020
September 4 to September 6, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM
Show ID = 1081
ILR Sanctioned Show

Heart of Dixie Llama Show
Ringgold GA

SSLA sponsored double ILR-SD and ALSA llama show. Judges are Cynthia Ernst and Nick Hauptly
Contact email: llamajudge@gmail.com



October 2020
October 3 to October 4, 2020
Time: 8:00 AM
Show ID = 1091
ILR Sanctioned Show

Rayne or Shyne Pasture Show
Aspen Rayne Ranch 28909 E 297th St Graden City, MO 64747

The Rayne or Shyne Llama Show will be a dual sanctioned halter and performance pasture show. Stalling will be out of your trailer. Grooming will be strongly discouraged. Your welcome to bring your tent and camp in the yard or, if you're more into glamping, hotels are just 9 miles away.

Plans are presently in the works to partner with the Oklahoma State Fair Llama Show on a "circuit" award for total points accumulated for llamas who exhibit in both shows.

2020 will be our inaugural show and we hope you will support our efforts to bring a llama show back to Missouri. We will strive to make this so much fun, you will look forward to it every year.
Contact email: ros@llamasrus.com
More Information: www.mollamashow.com


October 16 to October 18, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM
Show ID = 1082
Show

Georgia National and ALSA Regional
Perry, GA

SSLA sponsored double ILR-SD and ALSA show, ILR-SD Champion Show and ALSA Regional. Judges are Mary Jo Miller, Mark Smith, and the Regional/ Champion judge is Deb Yeagle
Contact email: llamajudge@gmail.com