Llama beans are the natural output of llamas—in short, llama poop. Llama beans are one of the most desirable organic fertilizers available. They are organic, can be spread right on the garden without composting, have a compact pellet size (similar to deer droppings), are virtually odor free (can be used indoors), are almost completely devoid of weed seeds, and are not “hot” (a nitrogen analysis of about 1.7 percent).
Carole Bennett, a member of Soroptimist International of Novato, owns two llamas – Llovee and Lluna. She suggested selling the llama beans as a way to raise funds. Llama beans are a way that our organization raises money for the many local projects that our club funds each year to improve the lives of women and girls.
Large quantities (approximately 5 gallon containers) are available any time directly from Carole’s home. If you are interested, please contact Carole Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 897.6830. A tax deductible donation is appreciated.
Here is a Sounding Board video about the 2011 Llama Bean Sale. (Please do not confuse the dates mentioned with any future events.)