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A pictorial round up of three recent shows: Eastern Alpaca Group Show, Midlands Show and the Welsh Alpaca Show.
Julie Taylor-Browne of CamelidSense writes: In the fifteen years I have been training and working with camelids and their owners, I have seen and heard too many heart-breaking stories about ‘beserk’ alpacas.
Alpaca trekking has become a big business all over Britain with hundreds of farms welcoming members of the public to walk an alpaca.
The judges have been announced for the British Alpaca Society National Show in March 2020. The British contingent are Mary Jo Smith and Tim Hey.
Many readers will have read the obituaries in the broadsheets for General Sir John Wilsey; only those who were in the alpaca business in its earlier days will have known of his significant involvement in the development of the industry.
The sight and sound of alpaca dams moaning and fixing the breeder with an accusatory stare and whining cria working on their best Houdini escape route, is upon us. It is weaning time.
2019 saw the end of the alpaca show at the Royal Bath & West and the very first alpaca show at the Somerset Show organised by the South West Alpaca Group at the end of September.
The British Alpaca Society has upped its fees for the registration of male and female alpacas. The table below will give you an “at a glance” view of the fee structure.