Campbell Valley Llamas
“Home of the Grand Champions”

Campbell Valley Llamas, located in beautiful South Langley, British Columbia, manages a small
but distinct herd of prize-winning llamas -- bred for correct conformation and outstanding
presence in the show ring.  SunDancer and Ferrari, the two herdsires, are both Grand Champions
and are now breeding to select females. Owners, Dennis and Diane Cooney, have been raising
llamas for five years and enjoy sharing the pleasure of being with their llamas and regularly hold
“farm visits” for the general public.


“The Llama Barn”
This unique building, a special project of Dennis’ for the past four years, is now nearing 
completion. Built specifically for llamas, the barn has become a significant landmark in the South Langley area, for its unusual design. “People often comment that they like the big yellow church, while others think it is a school house.  When we first started planning our new barn we thought we would just build a regular tin barn, but I wanted something different.  How often do you build a new barn?  I wanted something special.” said Dennis and thanks Diane for all her patience and input.


SunDancer born at Campbell Valley Llamas on October 14, 1996, is a multi-ribbon winner. At just 9 months of age, he won first place at the Canadian Gold Championship in Kamloops BC.  In 1998, he won Grand Champion at the Pacific National Exhibition.  Not only does SunDancer show exceptionally well, he has an extremely nice disposition. As one judge said, “He is totally aware of everything going on about him.” This picture was taken when SunDancer was just four weeks old, and he maintains this special presence whether out in the pasture or in the show ring. SunDancer’s grandfather is the great Windwalker -- the legendary herdsire who now resides in the south of France and has become the foundation stock of the new french llama industry.


Ferrari when just 9 months old,  won Grand Champion at the 1998 West Coast Lama Breeders Sweepstakes held in Langley BC.   He went on to win Grand Champion at  the Pacific National Exhibition for heavy-fibre male in 1998. When winning at the Exhibition the judge commented that “he couldn’t say enough good things about this animal.”  Ferrari is the son of CDN Dividend, one of Canada’s premier herdsires and a consistent winner in the show ring. Dividend produces outstanding crias who are continuing this tradition.


Good Golly Miss Molly was born at Campbell Valley Llamas on July 20, 1998, and during her first year has proven to be an outstanding public relations animal.  She won the hearts of all who attended the blessing of the animals at Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver and has been a welcome visitor at seniors homes and schools.  Miss Molly is undoubtedly the friendliest llama in llamadom and steals the hearts of all who visit the farm.

Campbell Valley Llamas

Dennis & Diane Cooney
421-204th Street, Langley, B.C.
Tel: 604-534-4242