- Llamas are clean and intelligent. They make outstanding pets and companions.
- Llamas are classified as livestock
- Llamas are quiet, peaceful animals that make soft humming sounds to communicate.
- Llamas come in a variety of colors, including: white, black, brown, gray, red, and any combination.
- Llamas are easy to raise, can be handled by anyone and are safe around children and seniors.
- Llamas are extremely hardy and adaptable to most climates, altitudes and conditions.
- Llamas get along well with goats, sheep, donkeys, horses, cats, and family dogs.
- Llamas don't bark, dig, or have fleas.
- Llamas can be trained to carry a pack and to pull carts. They produce fine fiber for spinning.
- Llama adults weigh 250 to 450 pounds and may live 20-25 years.
- Llamas require little space. 1/8 of an acre is fine for a llama and a 4 foot field fence is adequate.
- Llamas only eat between 4 to 6 pounds of hay per day and require no special diet.
- Llamas make cleaning the corral an easy task as they "GO" in only a few spots.
- Llama droppings are practically odorless, are high in nitrogen, and make an excellent soil amendment.