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Fifty-five delegates from all aspects of Alpaca & Llama farming attended the two-day conference. Delegates
travelled long distances to attend both from our Region, NSW, and QLD Regions.
A new Code of Conduct will take effect from 1 July this year. It will replace the four existing codes of conduct with a single code which is divided into five parts, A to E. Parts A & B replace the AAA Member and Exhibitor Code of Conduct, Part C replaces the Code of Conduct […]
Richard Dixon Memorial Scholarship 2021/2022 In recognition of services to the alpaca industry by the late Dr Richard Dixon, the AAA offers a scholarship to senior veterinary students. The development scholarship honours the late Richard Dixon who is widely recognised for his vision and commitment to improving alpaca health and for establishing so many […]
Here are some tips to help you Identify your alpacas. Ensure their IAR tags have been inserted and ownership details in eAlpaca are up to date. Prepare an emergency plan, and keep a copy in two places, in addition to a copy on your mobile phone. Include your contact details, herd identification, vet records, diet and […]
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