The price of llamas has been falling sharply in recent years, but they have been getting more expensive, so why do people still flock to them?
Read More and llamas are now sold in supermarkets and meat outlets across the US, making them a popular purchase.
However, this trend is also seen in other parts of the world, such as China, India, Australia and Brazil.
According to the US Department of Agriculture, llamas have become more common in the US in recent decades, as demand for the animals has skyrocketed.
It has seen a 50% increase in the number of llama farms since the 1980s, and the number has grown by nearly 2,000% since 2007.
The USDA’s Meat Quality Assessment Program reports that demand for llamas rose from 1,000 llamas in 1985 to nearly 13,000 in 2007, which is a total of nearly 21,000.
In 2016, the total number of commercial llamas was 7,935, up from 4,945 in 2015.
However, a recent report by the Humane Society International, a UK-based animal rights organisation, has also warned of a worrying increase in llama abuse in the United States.
The report, titled ‘LLAMA ABUSE AND PREDATORIES’, found that between 2011 and 2017, more than 7,000 people have been charged in the U.S. with animal cruelty and more than 1,600 animals have died in the process.
It found that llamas were killed at a rate of more than 100 per day, and were used as food by people, causing severe pain and suffering to animals.
According, the report, llama abattoirs have reported a rise in the numbers of llammas in their facilities, with one of the biggest increases occurring between 2010 and 2014, when llamas increased from 4.2 million to 6.9 million.
The total number in 2015 was 1.3 million.
The Humane Society also found that more than 4,000 animals have been killed in the past decade, with the majority of these deaths attributed to llamas.
In 2018, llamaballies will be held in the following states:Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.
According the USDA, these states have seen a dramatic increase in commercial llama farming, with a record number of farms opened.
However it also states that llama meat production has declined over the last decade.
However the American Humane Association is against the llama slaughter, saying that they are not responsible for the animal suffering they cause.
“The United States has become the global leader in animal welfare and a great place to do business, so it’s time for the U!
to stop being a ‘no kill’ country and start doing more to protect animals from cruel, abusive and illegal practices,” said Andrew J. Paltrow, president and CEO of the American Association of Humane Letters.