How to Breed Llamas in Minecraft
Llamas are a neutral mob found in several biomes around the overworld. They can be tamed and used for transportation and carrying cargo, like . Llamas naturally spawn in the Savanna biome (Bedrock edition) in particular and will spawn as a trader llama which follows wandering traders. Here is how to breed llamas in Minecraft.
How to breed Llamas in Minecraft
You’ll first need to locate a pair of llamas to breed them. They naturally spawn in the following biomes:
Windswept Gravelly Hills
Savanna (Bedrock edition only)
Windswept Savanna (Bedrock edition only)
Once you find a pair of llamas, you’ll need to tame them before attempting to breed them. Similar to , donkeys and mules, llamas can be tamed by attempting to mount them repeatedly until you see a hearts animation. You cannot place a saddle on a llama so you’ll need to make a lead to guide it around. A llama can be equipped with a chest by right clicking a chest on it once tamed, giving it 3, 6, 9, 12 or 15 slots of inventory space, scaling directly with its strength.
Breeding llamas is fairly easy as all you need are some hay bales. Feed two adult llamas hay bales to get them ready to mate. They will successfully mate to produce a baby llama.
Llamas are generally passive unless attacked but they will attack wolves on sight. If you attack a wild llama, it will attempt to spit on you for half a heart worth of damage. Tamed llamas will not spit on you even if you attack them. Trading llamas will defend their traders and themselves, if attacked. If a player kills a wandering trader and stays away from the trader llamas for a while, the llamas are tamed when the player rides it and the player can place carpets on the llama.