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  • Not looking good. - Popham Alpacas
    2009 29th January 2016 by Gary Sanders Pandora s cria is still with us he s very weak and if we stand him up he collapses spreadeagled in the straw He manages a bit better out on the grass where its not so slippery but of course the weather has changed so we ve brought him back in again At least he s taking the bottle happily and Pandora is letting us milk her On a happier note all the tests for Camouflage were clear so we have put him out with the boys The usual chaos ensued as they all tried to beat him up in turn We are now in a standoff position with Camouflage on one side of the field and the rest of the posse on the other Posted in Cria Post navigation Pandora cria Cria One thought on Not looking good Mark says 26th March 2009 at 9 11 pm Good look with the cria guys we re thinking of you Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website All Alpacas for Sale Female Alpacas for sale Stud Male Alpacas for sale

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/not-looking-good/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Ice age - Popham Alpacas
    the ice this morning and took a hammer and cleared all the water troughs I reckon on the ice being about three inches thick Of course I had to refill the troughs by hand the alpacas as usual found this all very interesting but appeared relieved not to have to stick their heads through the little ice holes anymore They looked like eskimos fishing I ve being using the trusty Nikon indoors today trying to get some suitable pictures of our yarn to go onto our on line shop This should be up and running in a few weeks time This is about the best I have managed so far I ll have to trawl through all the other websites to get some inspiration Dogo our Jack Russell gave a very good impression of Robin Cousins last night Posted in Cria Post navigation Freezing Clean and dry One thought on Ice age tracey says 9th January 2009 at 6 04 am Is he on the fish pond i miss him and Haxby hope you are all well xx Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website All

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/ice-age/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Beautifull sunlit morning..... - Popham Alpacas
    with some happy snapping of the alpacas in the sunshine and it was well worth it They were really hungry after the frosty night I can t recall a period where we have had to break the ice on the water troughs so many times in a row Anyway enough chatter from me I ll let the Nikon do the talking Oh by the way Mark Tracy used to work for us up until about six months ago She has gone to New Zealand for 4 months work at Southern Alpaca Ranch I am hoping to get some more of her stories onto the blog shortly The picture with the chicken is of the inmates of Popham Penitentiary Posted in Cria Post navigation Tracey s adventure Tracy s email from New Zealand One thought on Beautifull sunlit morning Mark Steele says 18th December 2008 at 8 00 am Thanks for the info Great pictures as always I am getting a digital SLR for christmas and once I can figure out how to work it will be out and about trying to get pictures of a similar quality Reply Leave a Reply to Mark Steele Cancel reply Your email address will

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  • Monday morning sunshine - Popham Alpacas
    Appaloosa Huacaya Popham Suri Cannon Solid Fawn Suri Popham Ambersun Flame Solid White Huacaya Popham Buccaneer Solid Mid Fawn Huacaya Courses Farm Visits Gallery News Contact Us Monday morning sunshine Cria Monday morning sunshine Posted on 24th November 2008 29th January 2016 by Gary Sanders After a pretty grim weekend not only weather wise but also for the English rugby supporters the sun came out this morning and what a pleasure it was The wind was blowing a bit which was helping to dry the animals out and I managed to get this picture of one of Inca Matadors crias a light fawn male showing the lustre almost as though he has been polished I do like suris in the sunshine Posted in Cria Post navigation Quiet week Weanlings 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 Stud Male Alpacas for sale Pet Guard Alpacas for sale Appaloosa Alpacas for sale Stud Services Popham Havengore Cambridge Joshua Popham Commander Ambersun Camouflage appaloosa Popham Buccaneer Popham Suri Dream Catcher Popham Suri Canon Appaloosa Alpacas Forthcoming events We are in the process

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/monday-morning-sunshine/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Weanlings - Popham Alpacas
    for this reason that we keep them close as they can become quite stressed which can lead to other health problems We weighed them and gave them a dose of Vecoxan as a precaution and will keep an eye on their worm counts for a while It s the first week of the Silent Auction of services for the Futurity Inca Matador and Alamo have been put forward so if you are looking for a bargain keep an eye out for them in the coming weeks We had a phone call from a very excited Tracey last night she was at Heathrow at the start of her journey to New Zealand where she is going to work at Southern Alpaca Ranch for four months Anyway the reason why she was so excited was that she had just met the New Zealand Rugby Team who were on her flight What a start to her adventure Good luck Tracey and post some comments to let us know how you are doing Posted in Cria Post navigation Monday morning sunshine Daily routines One thought on Weanlings tracey says 5th December 2008 at 5 23 am All is well here in sunny New Zealand about 26 30C As your well aware i had the best company possible on the flight over here For once i think i was actually gobsmacked It has been an interesting few days if not slightly hectic I arrived here on tues 2 30pm later on in the after noon i saw my 1st cria over here being born The next day was routine checks some matings etc Thursday saw the arrival of another cria followed by a road trip with the alpacas On the way back we popped into Hanmer Springs and had an hour in the sulphur pools

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/weanlings/?replytocom=382 (2016-04-26)
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  • Tracey's adventure - Popham Alpacas
    Wed proved to be just as busy as the morning was spent checking all the farm animals and moving the irrigation system without this the whole farm would be a desert Matings and spit offs followed In the after noon i worked with the farm hand cleaning the paddock water troughs this is where i ended up burning my back and top of my bottom as the wind was so strong it kept blowing my t shirt up so much for only putting suncream on the bits on show ha ha Good job i could have a swim in the pool and a relaxing soak in the jacuzzi Thursday was an extremely hectic day the morning started as normal followed by tree lopping and clearing away terrain rather hard work in these temperatures don t you think i was then called back to the main farm as one of the expectant mothers who had gone in to labour earlier on in the morning was found to of had a twisted uterus the vet was called and with some help we managed to untwist it A little while later the vet was called back as the uterus had twisted again this time the vet decided there was no other option than to perform a cesarean on her as the cervix was not even open but she was clearly in labour Once the side door was opened up the cria who was breech was delivered i found all this fascinating and was so grateful to be taking part as this is not done on alpacas very often and only my 3rd day in NZ It took approx 1hour 30 minutes to stitch up the 4 layers of muscle Once the alpaca had come around she rejected the cria as she did not realise it was her baby It took 24hours for her to realise she had given birth and excepted the cria but still no placenta so not out of the woods just yet After all the excitement i went on a road trip with Nic to drop off some stud males at a place called Springs Junction this took us about 3 hours The country side was amazing On the way back we called into a place called Hanmer Springs here we went swimming in the sulphur pools which are heated by a natural spring the temp in different pools varied between 36C and 41C this had already had cold water added to it eventually got to bed about 11 30pm Friday was still busy in the morning we brought in all the imported animals owned by EP Cambridge to have there checks and be weighed this was my opportunity to have a sneaky peek at there fleeces Later on the vet came out to check on the alpaca that had had the cesarean She also had to vet some young stud males so as they could be certified as working stud males In the evening i got dragged along to

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/traceys-adventure/?replytocom=383 (2016-04-26)
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  • Mating trip - Popham Alpacas
    Contact Us Mating trip Cria Mating trip Posted on 26th August 2008 29th January 2016 by Gary Sanders All went well on our trip up along the line Hopefully the two females we brought back will fall pregnant It was a long way to go but great fun while we were there Took a quick look around Arundel Castle which turned out to be alot longer than a quick look Should have done it before the pub lunch Anyway we survived and even managed to catch a half hour of Lesley Garrett rehearsing for the evening concert in the gardens Unfortunately I only had my phone camera with me so the pictures are disappointing All was well on out return with another suri boy arriving in our absence The young male who is now being bottle fed has gained weight at last Posted in Cria Post navigation Fawn suri cria Shiny new boys 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 Stud Male Alpacas for sale Pet Guard Alpacas for sale Appaloosa Alpacas for sale Stud Services Popham Havengore Cambridge

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/mating-trip/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Latest arrival... - Popham Alpacas
    Fawn Huacaya Courses Farm Visits Gallery News Contact Us Latest arrival Cria Latest arrival Posted on 4th September 2008 29th January 2016 by Gary Sanders This is our latest arrival her mum is Zerlina a Poachers Moon animal This is the herd we share with my sister This has got to be one of the prettiest crias we have had this year and already named Champagne During the excitement of her arrival Felicia noticed one of the other youngsters Gail sitting quietly on her own She brought her in and checked her temperature which was very high so called the vet out Pneumonia was diagnosed and antibiotics and good old metacam given She had picked by evening and her temperature is normal today so we ll be keeping a watchful eye on her for a day or two Posted in Cria Post navigation Porkers Next Post 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 Stud Male Alpacas for sale Pet Guard Alpacas for sale Appaloosa Alpacas for sale Stud Services Popham Havengore Cambridge Joshua Popham Commander Ambersun Camouflage appaloosa Popham

    Original URL path: http://www.pophamalpacas.co.uk/latest-arrival/ (2016-04-26)
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