Sunday, June 14, 2009

Alpacas being loaded for theplane to NZ

This group of young females are being loaded to catch the plane to NZ, where they will spend 6 months ar Whaiheke Island.
The new quarantine facility is approved by MAF to meet the EU reqirements.
The managers of the quarantine facility, keenan and Lisa feed out every day although there is plenty of grass on their farm, they also realise that in winter, there is not much nourishment, so they feed out extra supplements.
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