Such beautiful and smart animals. More and more sheep/cattle ranchers are using them as "guard dogs" these days. A much more natural and humane way to see off threats from wolves, cougars, coyotes, etc.
Aww ... hiding among the hay bales.
About a dozen Alpacas seem interested in the chicken pen next to them. I see drum sticks.
Camera angle seems to have changed.
Someone needs to clean the window and get out the fly spray!
I love this cam.
it looks like some of them are just standing around the local feeding hole gossiping or catching up on the days happenings :)
Feeding time ... how cute.
WOW!!!!! They didn't get this much last winter.
They have gotten a lot of snow here recently. Looks nice.
Carol... brilliant find.
Trix..... interesting link.
Carol ... how's your weather been? I see in the news that L.A. had a tornado as part of the storm front hitting California! =0
Thanks Carol ... good find. :)
Green thumb please.
NQ...i used to think it was the governments way of handling an over abundance..."wrap it up and let it rot"!!!!...i remember when there was too much milk..they would pour it into the storm drains rather than give it to the poor!!!!
Thanks trix for the info. I've never seen that done around here, they still use a plastic mesh to hold the bales together here.
http://www.extension.umn.edu/agriculture/horse/nutrition/bale-wrapping-affects-forage-quality/ they do it where i live too!!
I wonder why they plastic wrap their hay ? I'ld think that mold would start growing under the wrap.
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