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Whilst the Covid-19 situation is constantly evolving, the AAA is monitoring the latest Government medical advice. At present, there is no ban on any events taking place in Australia and businesses have been advised to operate as normal. As always, our people (including exhibitors, judges, volunteers, officials, staff, members of the public) and livestock remain our top priority.
Female farmers were among the founders of the Australian alpaca industry. In 2020, many of Australia’s alpaca breeders are women, attracted to the industry by the manageability of the animals. In comparison to other livestock, alpaca are easily farmed with minimal external input. · There are several significant Australian herds being independently managed and developed […]
Camelid veterinarian Dr Jane Vaughan from CriaGenesis has put together a fact sheet on assessing and caring for alpacas after bushfires. You can access this information here
The 2020 National Alpaca Show will be held at Melbourne showgrounds over the weekend 28-30 August 2020.
After a rigorous selection process, the Australian Alpaca Association has six new apprentices starting their journey to become Australian alpaca judges.
Australia’s peak industry body for alpacas celebrated a year of significant progress and welcomed new Board members at their Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Canberra on Saturday 21 September. The Australian Alpaca Association (AAA) has worked on a vast array of projects during the year to bring about overwhelmingly positive results for alpaca producers across the […]