SHARING INFORMAION

SSLA puts together a quarterly publication called the SSLA Journal. .  They are posted on our Member's Only Page as a Member's benefit.  It is also a great opportunity to share information and stories, plus advertise  your farm and services.   So keep everyone informed, encourage veterinarians to send in articles and updates and let’s work together to make this a great resource for our membership!

Charlene works hard being the editor of the publication, but she needs everyone to donate material to make it beneficial.  So here are the dates to keep in mind.

Deadline dates are the dates she needs to have your material in her hands.  She would prefer to receive everything prior to that date. 

April 15 -- Deadline                              April 20 -- Publish

July 15  -- Deadline                              July 20  -- Publish

October 15--Deadline                October 20 -- Publish

December 15 -- Deadline           December 20 – Publish

Please email materials directly to Charlene at turtlrun@earthlink.net

Resources to Help You

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Find Llama Friendly Trails

We advocate a positive image of llamas.  These trails have accepted llama access.  Please use courtesy and friendliness while using these trails.

Trails

Shearing Services

Heat Stress is an issue in every part of the country, not just in the southern states.  

Rule of thumb, your lama can start suffering  heat stress leading to stroke or death if the sum of  temperature + humidity = or > 120

Shearers

For Sale

Click to find member's advertisements.

Find Llama Stuff

Poisonous Plants

Some plants are poisonous or can make your llama/alpaca very ill.  

Find out more

Veterinarians

These Southeastern veterinarians have experience in and are willing to treat camelids.  These veterinarians have given verbal or written permission to be included on this list.  Inclusion on the list is not to be construed as a recommendation by this web site, the Southern States Llama Association or any of its members,

Vet List

Featured Farm Story

Opportunity for photos and story,  Submission should be limited and submitted to the web site manager

Contact the SSLA Web Site Manager

LISTEN UP

SHEAR YOUR LLAMAS and ALPACAS !!!!!!!    Plus here is our Code of Conduct.

 Heat Stress is an issue in every part of the country, not just in the southern states.  

Rule of thumb, your lama can start suffering  heat stress leading to stroke or death if the sum of  temperature + humidity = or > 120

Llama Shearing Services in the Southeast (pdf)

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Code Of Conduct For The Transfer Of Camelids (pdf)

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Llama Friendly Trekking Trails

One objective of our Trekking Program is  to accumulate information about public hiking trails where our llamas are welcome.  You can help us grow this list by going to our Trekking Program and filling out the form or sending us an email. Your llama can earn mileage and event patches, too.  (Policies and Programs page)

WHERE WE HIKE WITH OUR LLAMAS (pdf)

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Red Top Warning Lettter (1) (pdf)

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Our Partners

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