It ain’t rocket science

Jane is an Australian veterinarian who obtained a PhD studying
control of ovarian function in alpacas. She has been performing
embryo transfer in Australia, New Zealand and Britain since 2001.

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Heather firby

Heather spent four weeks spinning the yarn for the collection at Coldharbour Mill, a working wool museum in Devon, using 19th and 20th century industrial machinery.

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Wolstorm

When Margriet Moed and Erica Krikken first set eyes on an alpaca, they
were smitten. Starting out with a small group of animals grazing in the
pasture behind Margriet’s house, they now own a large herd that supplies
the wool for the first eco-friendly Alpaca-wool mill in the Netherlands.


To read more go to Current Issue and see page 44

Who dunnit

If you are selling alpacas, think of the positive impact for your client if you can provide a clear parasitology report prior to delivery.

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The teeny tiny alpaca

August 6th, 2014, I found myself facing that very situation. A pregnant female who had always produced healthy babies, suddenly dropped a tiny, six and a half pound baby girl.


To read more go to Current Issue and see page 34