Introduction to Wolf Creek Farm

Wolf Creek Farm, a 74 acre Iowa farm of corn and soybeans, is home to our unique llama herd. Since 2004, we have bred and raised llamas for their composition, fiber, and friendly dispositions.

Our farm is part of a grain and cattle operation including 900 acres. Dan has extensive experience in breeding and raising cattle, which transfers well to the llama industry. Brenda is a Language Arts teacher that shows llamas and leads a 4-H youth program at our farm.

Matthew and Nathan walking down our lane

Matthew and Nathan walking down our lane

Our two sons, Matthew and Nathan, help out as possible with their busy schedules. Both boys have experience showing and handling llamas. Nathan has placed highly at the ALSA National Show for several years.

We want to ensure our llamas are placed in good homes. If you haven’t had a llama in your life, we will make sure you have the essentials to care for your animal. Every llama deserves a happy life, especially when they can add so much to your life!

Llamas are great for guarding other animals, for hiking and hunting expeditions, for becoming your best walking buddy, for showing, for visiting schools and nursing homes, for providing fiber to knit or craft with, or for that perfect pasture ornament. Please contact us if you desire more information about how llamas could fit into your life or if you would like to schedule a farm visit.

At Wolf Creek Farm, we strive to find appropriate homes for all our llamas. Please contact us with any questions you may have about the llamas you see here or to inquire about other llamas.

2 Responses to Introduction to Wolf Creek Farm

  1. Wow that was strange. I just wrote an incredibly long comment but after I clicked submit
    my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again.
    Anyhow, just wanted to say wonderful blog!

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