About the Ccara llama
With a padded foot like a dog, sure footed, can carry up to 1/3 of their weight, llamas make the ideal pack animal for hikers, hunters and anglers alike.
Llamas have a split toe covering more service area and providing a better grip. Where many horses and mules fall short be certain the conditioned, athletic pack llama can go the distance covering some of the most steep and rugged terrain the Wilderness has to offer.
Llamas adapt easily to most outdoor activities that involve hiking or walking with the need to carry a heavy pack and or equipment. They are smaller and calmer than horses and mules so that inexperienced stock handlers can safely pack with them.
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"Beasts of Burden"
Bred for centuries for this purpose. Llamas, originally bred as pack animals, carried burdens for the American inhabitants of the Andes. Even, today, llamas are used in the Andes to carry items
"Ccara" style llama is a double coated llama with little wool on the legs, face, ears, and between ears. Body size between 42"-50" at the withers and 270lbs-400lbs.
"I thought these were alpacas?" The most-distinguishing physical differences between alpacas and llamas are their size, their hair, and their face shapes. Also, they differ in disposition, which affects the way humans have used them over the years. Part of the camelid family llamas are significantly larger than alpacas, standing around 6 foot tall and weighing 350-400lbs. The Classic/Ccara llama has short hair fiber and not a significant amount of fiber on their head and legs.
Llamas browse and graze grass down without tearing out roots and their manure is similar to elk droppings. It makes great fertilizer and something you can add directly to your garden without fear of burning your plants. Their impact is no more than a group of hikers.
While on the trail, the pack llama is a great companion. They are quiet and alert. Many times they spot the wildlife before you do. Just watch their eyes. They don’t complain too much except for little humming here and
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