Llama

 

Llamas are very social animals and like to live with other camelids as a herd. They  are generally very friendly and pleasant to be around.  Llamas are intelligent and can learn simple tasks after a few repetitions.  They are extremely curious and most will approach people easily. Llamas  are also used to guard livestock, and can easily pull a small cart, or carry a back pack up mountainous trails. Llama fiber contains no natural oils or lanolin, making it light and yielding 90%  of its original weight when processed. It has little or no memory,so best when blended with some sheep wool,for the best of both worlds, some llamas have coarse guard hair,some have such soft guard hairs it can be blended in with the down to no ill effect.


Our Herds: Pygoragoats | Alpaca | Llama | Rabbits | Silk | Nigeriangoats