Biosecurity begins at home

The onus is on you to keep your animals contained to your property and animals diseases/infestations off your farm. The first step in biosecurity is having good fences: Firstly, make sure existing… read more

Are your alpacas hungry?

If your alpacas are grazing short, dry-standing feed at the moment, there are not enough nutrients in the feed to maintain body condition score, let alone grow, gestate or lactate. You need… read more

Vitamin D Time!

The winter solstice has gone and July is here! It is time to treat your camelids with vitamin D again to ensure appropriate calcium and phosphorus regulation and bone growth (first treatment of… read more

AHA Stock Health Monitor goes electronic

Animal Health Australia produces a twice-yearly update called Stock Health Monitor, which provides Australia’s alpaca, cattle, goat and sheep producer communities with the latest information on avoiding, managing and controlling livestock production… read more