Teri, Keeper of the Farm.
I spend my days caring for and enjoying the animals, and managing groups and appointments. I have over 15 years of therapy dog experience, as well as obedience and agility work, and years of horse experience. I brought these skills with me into my life with llamas.
Established in 1998, our hobby farm has grown and changed over the years. We have a couple of miniature donkeys, a miniature horse, and chickens, but since 2005, we are primarily a llama farm. We spend time working with, and educating, various groups from 4H, scouting troops, and church groups, and we work groups of adults with developmental disabilities in a volunteer capacity. We offer private farm tours and llama walks (see Farm Tours page for pricing). The ability to share the farm is one of our greatest blessings.
Wunsapana Farm - Teri, John, and Hannah Conroy
John's farm passion is caring for our 30 acres. We have beautiful trails that he keeps groomed for our llama walks.
Hannah has been my sidekick with the farm and animals since we moved here when she was three. She's a natural. Hannah is in Grad School now, but loves to help me whenever she can.
The Big Barn
The big barn (the llama barn) was built by my younger brother, Jack. It is a work of art, as he incorporated pieces of the property's old barn into it. This is where a lot of the farm fun takes place. It's really special. Many friends have been made here.
The Lower Barn
The lower barn is sweet and the part you see in this photo was actually an addition to a very old and large barn that we were unable to save. We built a matching side to this addition. It houses our llama herdsire, Aslan, two miniature donkeys, and our miniature horse.