AUTUMN JOBS DONE AND AN EXPORT TO BELGIUM

It's a good felling when we've given everyone on the farm a manicure and their Autumn wormer.  The crias had their first AD&E injection this morning and the mated females another spit off, we can now rest on our laurels with the husbandry other than feeding them and our usual regular condition scoring. The weather has been amazing lately, so warm with heavy dews, so the grass has been growing like mad - perfect for our resting fields which Peter harrowed hard to spread any poo left behind and get rid of the dead thatch. I even let him top a couple of the fields there was so much grass - he was as happy as .... he loves to cut grass!

Our export to Belgium was completed this week as six of our females left with Els & Gunther from Alpaca Tumulus. Marah has already been sold and is now settling with her new owners - the others will stay at Alpaca Tumulus where Els & Gunther will promote and sell them on our behalf. It seems a bit strange without them here, but I know they are in good hands.

And just so you know - little Munchie now weights 14.2 kg!

Ready to go on the morning of Export

Loaded up ready for their long journey

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The next morning in their paddock in Belgium


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