Properly Feeding Your Llamas

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Feeding Your Llamas information from The Last Ride

As an animal that evolved to consume poor-quality forage, Feeding Your Llamas raised in the United States on pastures have a tendency to get fat. For this reason, it is often necessary to restrict their access to pastures, particularly in the spring when forage is lush. On the other hand, when pasture quality is too poor to support llamas, it is necessary to supplement their feed. Generally speaking, a high-quality grass hay is the best option. Oat hay is not recommended because it may contribute to mechanical ulcers in llamas, while alfalfa is too rich for their digestive system. Read More