Llamas grazing

Llamas are members of the camel family which are from South America. For several reasons, they are becoming more popular to raise in Western Washington.

Llamas don’t require a lot of room to raise. Their hooves are very easy on the ground. Their feed and shelter requirements are moderate. They are sociable around people, have mild temperaments which make them suitable for children, and can be trained for numerous purposes. Finally, llamas produce a high quality wool.