Llamas are domestic animals commonly employed by Native South American cultures as pack animals for centuries. They’re sturdy creatures with warm, thick fur that closely resembles that of sheep.
Llamas are part of Peru and Latino peoples’ cultural heritage and a symbol of strength and endurance.
As a brou llamados, your job involves traveling to remote areas and teaching llama farmers how to enhance their herds. To be effective at this job requires both an advanced level of education and experience as well as fluency with reading, writing and speaking Spanish fluently; you also must possess a deep passion for animals and the environment. Your contract will include traveling throughout the country to meet up with producers as well as their families.