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  • Miscarriage... - Popham Alpacas
    in October the last group of the year and we ll spit them off at the weekend to find out which one Posted in Cria Post navigation Sunshine Culprit found 5 thoughts on Miscarriage Perry says 26th January 2010 at 11 58 am Wow we ve had slipped pregnancies of course but never seen anything like this the birds always get in too fast for any evidence to be left Reply Rolf Barbakken Knapper Alpakka says 26th January 2010 at 6 45 pm Sorry to hear that Never fun when it happens We had one just before Christmas eve Extremely cold out Could be stress or something else we will never find out about Reply Jenny Fowberry Alpacas says 26th January 2010 at 9 53 pm Thanks for posting the photo of the poor little aborted mite so we can see what size it was I read somewhere that of all livestock alpacas can abort fairly easily probably due to the extreme conditions in South America where life can be perilous I think our conditions recently in this country have been fairly testing for alpacas and humans and because dams can stall their pregnancies to a certain extent we are now expecting our spring babes in July Jenny Reply gary sanders says 27th January 2010 at 9 02 am Thanks for the comments everyone I guess its just one of those things you have to take on the chin when you decice to breed livestock I m sure the cold weather won t have helped with the early pregnant so we ll be keeping a very close eye on them Reply Liz says 30th January 2010 at 3 07 am Hi I came across one today also It was a fair bit larger than this one Have no idea out

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/miscarriage/?replytocom=498 (2016-04-26)
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  • Miscarriage... - Popham Alpacas
    the last group of the year and we ll spit them off at the weekend to find out which one Posted in Cria Post navigation Sunshine Culprit found 5 thoughts on Miscarriage Perry says 26th January 2010 at 11 58 am Wow we ve had slipped pregnancies of course but never seen anything like this the birds always get in too fast for any evidence to be left Reply Rolf Barbakken Knapper Alpakka says 26th January 2010 at 6 45 pm Sorry to hear that Never fun when it happens We had one just before Christmas eve Extremely cold out Could be stress or something else we will never find out about Reply Jenny Fowberry Alpacas says 26th January 2010 at 9 53 pm Thanks for posting the photo of the poor little aborted mite so we can see what size it was I read somewhere that of all livestock alpacas can abort fairly easily probably due to the extreme conditions in South America where life can be perilous I think our conditions recently in this country have been fairly testing for alpacas and humans and because dams can stall their pregnancies to a certain extent we are now expecting our spring babes in July Jenny Reply gary sanders says 27th January 2010 at 9 02 am Thanks for the comments everyone I guess its just one of those things you have to take on the chin when you decice to breed livestock I m sure the cold weather won t have helped with the early pregnant so we ll be keeping a very close eye on them Reply Liz says 30th January 2010 at 3 07 am Hi I came across one today also It was a fair bit larger than this one Have no idea out of two

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  • Miscarriage... - Popham Alpacas
    October the last group of the year and we ll spit them off at the weekend to find out which one Posted in Cria Post navigation Sunshine Culprit found 5 thoughts on Miscarriage Perry says 26th January 2010 at 11 58 am Wow we ve had slipped pregnancies of course but never seen anything like this the birds always get in too fast for any evidence to be left Reply Rolf Barbakken Knapper Alpakka says 26th January 2010 at 6 45 pm Sorry to hear that Never fun when it happens We had one just before Christmas eve Extremely cold out Could be stress or something else we will never find out about Reply Jenny Fowberry Alpacas says 26th January 2010 at 9 53 pm Thanks for posting the photo of the poor little aborted mite so we can see what size it was I read somewhere that of all livestock alpacas can abort fairly easily probably due to the extreme conditions in South America where life can be perilous I think our conditions recently in this country have been fairly testing for alpacas and humans and because dams can stall their pregnancies to a certain extent we are now expecting our spring babes in July Jenny Reply gary sanders says 27th January 2010 at 9 02 am Thanks for the comments everyone I guess its just one of those things you have to take on the chin when you decice to breed livestock I m sure the cold weather won t have helped with the early pregnant so we ll be keeping a very close eye on them Reply Liz says 30th January 2010 at 3 07 am Hi I came across one today also It was a fair bit larger than this one Have no idea out of

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/miscarriage/?replytocom=500 (2016-04-26)
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  • Miscarriage... - Popham Alpacas
    October the last group of the year and we ll spit them off at the weekend to find out which one Posted in Cria Post navigation Sunshine Culprit found 5 thoughts on Miscarriage Perry says 26th January 2010 at 11 58 am Wow we ve had slipped pregnancies of course but never seen anything like this the birds always get in too fast for any evidence to be left Reply Rolf Barbakken Knapper Alpakka says 26th January 2010 at 6 45 pm Sorry to hear that Never fun when it happens We had one just before Christmas eve Extremely cold out Could be stress or something else we will never find out about Reply Jenny Fowberry Alpacas says 26th January 2010 at 9 53 pm Thanks for posting the photo of the poor little aborted mite so we can see what size it was I read somewhere that of all livestock alpacas can abort fairly easily probably due to the extreme conditions in South America where life can be perilous I think our conditions recently in this country have been fairly testing for alpacas and humans and because dams can stall their pregnancies to a certain extent we are now expecting our spring babes in July Jenny Reply gary sanders says 27th January 2010 at 9 02 am Thanks for the comments everyone I guess its just one of those things you have to take on the chin when you decice to breed livestock I m sure the cold weather won t have helped with the early pregnant so we ll be keeping a very close eye on them Reply Liz says 30th January 2010 at 3 07 am Hi I came across one today also It was a fair bit larger than this one Have no idea out of

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  • 2013 is nearly over where has the year gone? - Popham Alpacas
    the year gone Posted on 20th November 2013 29th January 2016 by Gary Sanders The Swag show the last of the year was held at Clevedon on the 16th November There were 170 entries so a good turn out and a chance to catch up with other breeders which we may not see till the show season starts next year in March at the Nationals Their were of course very few juniors I always feel the excitement and anticipation but this show meant we did not have Juniors to show so we took intermediates but this kept our numbers down as some of our intermediate females are pregnant So we were delighted to get Champion beige Suri with Cito and Champion fawn Suri with Jubilee Posted in Cria Post navigation Local craft fair with our own Popham yarn etc 2014 Bring it on One thought on 2013 is nearly over where has the year gone Dave says 20th November 2013 at 10 30 pm Well done good to see you both Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website All Alpacas for Sale Female Alpacas for sale

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  • 2014......Bring it on! - Popham Alpacas
    a wet Christmas and New Year and not without their problems Christmas day saw us treating Compass our Navigator boy for a burst abcess in his ear Well we didn t know that was what it was when we found him staggering around as though he was completely blotto but it soon became evident when you noticed the smell and traced it to a very stinky pussy ear Anyway a few days of antibiotics and a bit of tlc and he s back to normal It did put me off the turkey a slight bit The mums and cria spent most of the period in the barn eating me out of house and home but they are looking very well on it Let them out today for a slice of sunshine and at first they wouldn t budge quite happy to stay where they were but you know what its like once one goes the rest follow We also had what remains of our 2012 boys in the barn We re down to five left and they are staying put at Popham as they are in the show team Plans are under way for the Nationals which will soon be upon us Unfortunately it will probably come a bit too soon for some of our September babies We are silver sponsors so really want to make a good show I plan to get Popham out there a whole lot more this year So 2014 bring it on Mums and cria enjoying the sun Our Intermediate males a black suri Anarchy a cream suri Cito Subterfuge an appaloosa huacya Duplicity an appaloosa suri and Bucanneer a fawn huacaya Posted in Cria Post navigation 2013 is nearly over where has the year gone Catch up time 2 thoughts on 2014 Bring it

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/2014-bring-it-on/?replytocom=716 (2016-04-26)
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  • 2014......Bring it on! - Popham Alpacas
    wet Christmas and New Year and not without their problems Christmas day saw us treating Compass our Navigator boy for a burst abcess in his ear Well we didn t know that was what it was when we found him staggering around as though he was completely blotto but it soon became evident when you noticed the smell and traced it to a very stinky pussy ear Anyway a few days of antibiotics and a bit of tlc and he s back to normal It did put me off the turkey a slight bit The mums and cria spent most of the period in the barn eating me out of house and home but they are looking very well on it Let them out today for a slice of sunshine and at first they wouldn t budge quite happy to stay where they were but you know what its like once one goes the rest follow We also had what remains of our 2012 boys in the barn We re down to five left and they are staying put at Popham as they are in the show team Plans are under way for the Nationals which will soon be upon us Unfortunately it will probably come a bit too soon for some of our September babies We are silver sponsors so really want to make a good show I plan to get Popham out there a whole lot more this year So 2014 bring it on Mums and cria enjoying the sun Our Intermediate males a black suri Anarchy a cream suri Cito Subterfuge an appaloosa huacya Duplicity an appaloosa suri and Bucanneer a fawn huacaya Posted in Cria Post navigation 2013 is nearly over where has the year gone Catch up time 2 thoughts on 2014 Bring it on

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  • 1st cria and Bath & West - Popham Alpacas
    the birthing field Sunday afternoon saw Felicia watching the Jubilee celebrations whilst recovering from B W and I was out running cables to the birthing field and setting up the camera All the while right behind me at the far end of the field a cria was being born So welcome to Jubilee Pophams first cria of the year A tad early at 10 and half months but doing well She s a dark fawn suri girl sired by Cosmo Talking of B W Popham did well with our Junior females winning the Junior Championship and Reserve with Moonglow and Sunbeam Fairy was Reserve Intermediate female Good to see Mel from Moonsbrook back she s such great fun and helped with the handling Right now back to that camera Posted in Cria Post navigation Shearing day part 2 Compass and Camilla One thought on 1st cria and Bath West Patou Warrior says 6th June 2012 at 6 06 am Congratulations on your success at the B W and also on the arrival of Jubilee She looks a super colour almost made it to the dark side Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/1st-cria-and-bath-west/ (2016-04-26)
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