Camel meat and milk are still today major subsistence products and camels widely farmed
in arid regions since millennia ago.
Their farming actually represents a better alternative to bovines' in dry regions of the world
where dairy cows require large amounts of water and electricity to power air-conditioned halls
and cooling sprinkler systems.
Camels are indeed able to eat salty desert plants
and this type of farming has been linked to de-desertification by Unesco.
Our camel leathers are locally collected as a by-product of the meat industry which would otherwise go to waste.