This is a study on gastrointestinal nematodes (“worms”), published by AgriFutures Australia, written and researched by veterinarian Jane Vaughan, Mohammed Rashid and Abdul Jabbar.
Lulu Oliver writes: “A few years ago I was sitting on our sofa on a quiet Sunday afternoon indulging in one of my favourite pastimes – reading magazines.
Like the best things in life, they happen by chance. Not part of some great plan or even funding. Alex Chepstow-Lusty gives a brief mitey history of alpacas, llamas and dung.
Alpaca fibre has many applications and the latest one is in India. Angela Preuss of Surilana Alpacas in Australia tells us the story.
The dentist is here. Signal to dive for cover. Happily alpacas don’t appear to harbour the same fear of dentists as humans.
The US alpaca breed society AOA has published its 2018 calculation of Estimated Progeny Differences.
Joe Phelan of K2Alpacas in Ireland brings back some great memories after a trip to Peru for the Fiesta.
Nigel Ashton of Bonheur Alpacas writes. Ah, there you are. Come in, come in, sit down there’s plenty of room.