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"bluff" is enjoying her pregnancy, surrounded by lots of loving animal 'cousins'.

And you can watch her growing belly, and, at some point this month, her delivery, on the farm's live webcam.

Newschannel two's joleen ferris is on baby watch.

Anne phinney bluff is pregnant with her fourth llama.

She enjoyed a prenatal massage today at her home, on moose river farm, in the town of webb.

She's not quite ready to go, but grandma to be, anne phinney, is keeping a close eye out for go time 3:35 "her udder, where her milk will be delivered to her baby should start to swell a little bit."

3:47 "we do see a little bit of movement in her belly, but nothi that indicates she's ready to have it" there are plenty of aunts and uncles to greet the new 'crea', as llama babies are called.

And when it happens, it will be fast 4:29 "when it does finally happen, it should only take about 45 minutes to an hour or so" the baby llama mama is on her is in saratoga 7:10 "so they'll be very receptive while their body is open, but as soon as they're closed up and pregnant, they will spit at him and tell him 'outta here'" stand up bluff will deliver sometime this month.

Baby will weigh about 20 pounds and walk immediately and i'm going to be a godmother!!

... you call follow bluff and her pregnancy in real time on moose river farm's live web cam.

April can be seen from 5pm til about 10 or 11am.

Then, she's out with her herd for the day.

We'll put a link on our website.

In the town of web newsannel 2.

Ming up..

On thlive at our website.

In the town of webb, aunt joleen ferris, newschannel 2.


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The two are surrounded by other llamas, goats, horses and lots of other cousins at the farm.

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