Jo Ann, editor
|LLAMA LIFE II|
In 1986 the McGraths moved from a Long Island, NY suburb to a farm in Virginia. It was here that the McGrath "girls" (mom, Jo Ann, elder daughter, Eva, and youngest sibling, Paige), started a llama breeding operation with five animals. Paige's experience with the horses she had owned and shown from an early age, helped with the new livestock enterprise since the family was not new to large animal husbandry
Paige, a graphic artist whose cartoons have entertained the entire llama world, and her mom, a former newspaper columnist and contributing editor of the tabloid size, black and white glossy magazine, Llama Life (begun in 1987 by Kathy and Terry Price), are not only marking the 11th anniversary of Lower Sherwood Farm--recognized on the show circuit for its fine breeding stock and champion quality llamas--but celebrating the new acquisition.
On March 1, 1996 the Price family sold Llama Life to Paige. From her home in Virginia, where she also is Lower Sherwood's farm manager and trainer and active in the show ring. Paige will publish this highly-regarded and lively quarterly that features the "news and views" of the entire lama community under the name Llama Life II. She has hired her mom to be editor and her business executive sister, Eva (who lives in California with her Air Force helicopter pilot husband and her young daughter) to be its manager.
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