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Everyone’s situation differs according to the size of their herd and property. That’s why each and every livestock/alpaca owner needs to develop an individual survival plan, coolly and calmly. If you are likely to panic, leave early, people who panic put themselves and others under unnecessary risks. The key to survival is forward planning and self reliance. Make your decision early.
AAA Board is calling for Expressions of Interest from interested AAA members to re-establish a committee.
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.
There was hot competition in the show ring at the 2019 Australian Alpaca National Show in Canberra last weekend with some of Australia’s most prestigious animals on display.
The thirteenth Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Australian Alpaca Association Ltd (Company) to be held at Level 3, 95 Northbourne Ave, Turner, Australian Capital Territory on Saturday 21 September 2019 at 12.00 midday.
It is great to see that the concept of Alpaca of the State has been embraced by breeders even if its implementation has attracted some criticism. The SJC and the Board hope and intend to continue the award into 2020 and to improve the rules and systems for calculating it by considering and incorporating all constructive suggestions.
The Australian Alpaca Nationals, the most prestigious alpaca event in the country, is returning to Canberra after many years and for the first time the entire event is open to the public over Friday 23 – Sunday 25 August 2019 at Exhibition Park in Canberra. This flagship event will see the best of Australian breeding and alpaca products on show, in-front of the industry’s top judges.