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Brett Fallon, President of the AAA will be joined by Jennifer Shaw and Richard Smith from Agriculture Victoria to discuss Biosecurity/Alpaca CheQa
In recognition of the delayed shearing season last year, the SJC have assisted the AAA in implementing amended fleece lengths for short fleece shows in 2023.
The Victorian Government is supporting primary producers and small businesses across Victoria affected by the devastating floods to get back in business, with an initial package of support to help kickstart their relief effort.
The aim of the survey is to gain insight into how alpaca owners are managing their stock and identify common procedures and management issues across the country. This information will aid in developing research to improve nutritional management and feeding practices in alpacas as well as provide insight into some knowledge gaps in alpaca production in Australia.
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 […]