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The llama is a domesticated camelid native to South America. It is believed that these animals originated in the central plains of North America over 4 million years ago. They were extinct in North America by the end of the last ice age; however there were over seven million llamas and alpacas in South America as of 2007.
These animals are used primarily for meat and as a pack animal. Llamas stand between 5.6 – 5.9 feet tall at the top of their head and can weigh between 290 – 440 pounds. They live in herds and are considered very intelligent, with the ability to learn simple tasks.
Llamas also produce lanolin-free, very soft wool.
Llamas For Sale In Arizona
|Mark Smith Farms||Yuma||AZ||(928) 344-2133|||
|AlAnn Ranch Alpacas||Ash Fork||AZ||(928) 925-0139|||
|Arivaca Angora Wool & Mohair||Arivaca||AZ|||
|Cienega Creek Farm||Benson||AZ||(520) 940-6075|||
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