Llamas may not be the first thing you think of for a pet or farm animal, but the fluffy, social animal is worth getting to know! They’re loved for their friendly curiosity and used in fibre production, cart driving, as guard animals and much more.
In this project, you’ll learn:
- The history of llamas
- How to care for and manage llamas
- Interesting facts about their many uses
- How to show your llama in competition
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Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security
Llamas communicate with each other using a variety of communication techniques including humming, clucking, ogling and the llama alarm clock. Learn about all things llamas in this 4-H project!