Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Thursday, June 9, 2011

ALIZE AND HE CRIA



RESIDING IN CANADA....WITH MALE CRIA AND PREGNANT AGAIN
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A VERY PREMIE CRIA

ALWAYS USE MATING DATES.... AND ACCURATELY KEEP RECORDS ON MATINGS, SPIT OFFS.
IF PADDOCK MATING, THEN STILL KEEP ACCURATE RECORDS ON DAY THE FEMALE ENTERED THE PADDOCK AND DAY THE FEMALE LEAVES PADDOCK, AND ANY SPIT OFFS, OR OBSERVATONS OF MATINGS ETC.
OCCASSIONALY, BUT NOT VERY OFTEN, YOU WILL HAVE A PREMMIE, AND HAVING ACCURATE DATES WILL TELL YOU HOW PREMMIE THE CRIA IS.
THIS CRIA WAS BORN WITH VERY LOW BODY TEMP, WAS 6 WEEKS PREM.
YOU CAN SEE HOW SOFT THE BONES ARE IN THE LEGS - WITHIN 2-3 DAYS, THESE LEGS WILL STRENGTHEN UP, AND WILL BE FAIRLY STRAIGHT.
IF THEY DO NOT, THEN SEEK VET ATTENTION, SOME TIMES THEY ARE STRAPPED, UNTIL THE LEGS ARE STRONG ENOUGH.
VET ATTENTION IS ADVISED THOUGH, AS YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE ALL TENDONS ARE OK, AND STRAPPED NOT TOO TIGHT AS NOT TO RESTRICT CIRCULATION.
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JET OUR RAINBOW LORIKEET

JET LOVES FLYING AROUND, AND LOVES SITTING ON HEADS.
ELYSE IS OFF TO GO TO WORK, AND HAS A HELPER TODAY.
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ALPACAS ARE SO EASY TO ROUND UP.

Posted by PicasawE USE A 4 X 4 RAV 4 TO ROUND UP THE ALPACAS FROM THE BACK PADDOCKS.
ALPACAS LOVE MOVING TO NEW PADDOCKS, AND WE USUALLY MOVE THEM AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK, TO NEW PADDOCKS,
THIS WAY, THE GRASS IS NEVER EATEN TO THE GROUND, MAKING IT HARDER TO REJUVENATE. AND ALSO THE PADDOCK IS RESTED, LESS LIKELYHOOD OF WARM INFESTATION, LESS STRESS PROBLEMS CAUSED BY OVERSTOCKING.
LIKE US, THEY LIKE A CHANGE OD SCENERY, AND THEY DO HAVE THEIR FAVOURITE PADDOCK.
THEY ALSO LIKE TO SEE EACH OTHER, AS EACH GROUP OF ALPACAS WILL GREET THE OTHER GROUP AS THET ARE HERDED TO THE MAIN HANDLING YARDS.

FIRST STEPS

BABIES, (CRIAS) WILL ALWAYS INSTINCTIVELY STAY CLOSE TO THEIR MOTHER.
THIS BABY IS JUST OVER 1 HOUR OLD.
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MARIAH HILL SCANDOLOUS

YOU CAN SEE THE CONSISTANCY OF THE STUD MALE, WITH SHOWDOWN, AND SCANDOLOUS, PURE POISON...SIRE - J. STEFANO (DEC.) (FULL ACCOYO).
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MARIAH HILL SHOWDOWN


MAGNIFICANT LUSTRE, THIS MALE NOW STANDS AT STUD IN BELGIUM
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Mariah Hill Statement

Now resides in the UK.
his fleece has the highest lustre.
Extrremely fine, and excellent density...opens cleanly like a book
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Black Onyx


Black Onyx resides in Belgium.
A must for any black breeder.
This fleece is just so amazing for a black breeder...crimp even stretching from front of chest to the tail.
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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Suri

Of course we all know there are two types of Alpacas.
Huacaya and Suri
Huacaya are the ones we see more of, but the beautiful SURI, can never be forgotten.
Although both are same in temperment, and other features, the SURI, fibre is very different to the huacaya.
I see them like a curtain of silk, especially when they run.
there really is something to see a beautiful suri in his full fleece, when they frolick around the paddock, and this beautiful curtain of fleece as it flows like coral on a sea floor.
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MIck dore

THe property we live on was one of the Original farming properties of Victoria.
When it was settled, in 1841, this area was NSW and in 1851 when they separated Victoria away from NSW, this was the largest operating farm in Victoria at the time.
The family was the Dore family.
In 1851, they were then offered to purchase the land, as previously, they only leased the freehold, as that is how it was done in the early settlement days in Australia.
Mick Dore was the son of the original settler John Dore.
this tree is outside the old house, which my son Andrew is buying and has made home for him his fiance and his expected daughter in August 2011.
The Dore family imigrated from Ireland during the potatoe famine.
Don't you just love the dog in the tree behind Mick, and also his beautiful blue eyes.


This one photo
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