Alpaca Courses – Advanced

ADVANCED COURSE

ALPACA BIRTHING COURSE & FEEDING FOR FIBRE – PRE AND POST NATAL NUTRITION.

Power Point Presentation. This theory-based course is designed to give you confidence in your knowledge of the birthing process and a further insight into feeding for success.

Saturday 27th April 2019   Sorry – Course now fully booked

10am to 4pm.

ALPACA BIRTHING:

Going through birthing from before the birth to weaning

Normal birthing signs and stages Actual birthing process Causes for concern, 15 minute rule Recognising an ‘at-risk’ cria After-care of dam Birthing bag essentials for birthing and birthing checklist for each birth Care, raising and feeding of cria up to and including weaning.

You are invited to join us for a hot home-cooked lunch

FEEDING FOR FIBRE – PRE AND POST NATAL NUTRITION Maximising the genetic potential for fibre production in the herd, from a practical point of view and interpreting the variation in fibre diameter along the staple with reference to nutrition and general health.

Cost £65 per person: includes workshop and extensive bound course notes. (£60 each, for two bookings).  Payment in full to secure booking.  Refunds given if we can fill the cancelled place/s. Payment accepted by cheque (made out to Fowberry Alpacas) or please pay by Paypal in our on-line shop.

  • Minimum number of attendees for this course – three in total.
  • Course open to adults or accompanied children over fourteen years old.
  • Warm clothing and boots (that can be dipped in disinfectant) recommended.
  • Discounted purchase of any alpaca knitwear/products on the day.

Contact: Graham and Jenny MacHarg, Fowberry Alpacas Tel: 01653 619520

It gives us great pleasure to receive such positive feedback about our courses – from Lyndsey Eborall of Solstice Alpacas: “I wanted to thank you both so very much for all the knowledge you shared with us on the Fowberry birthing course. I found I could refer to my notes over and over yesterday for our first birth; the notes gave me a simple way to take the emotion out and be practical.”

10am to 4pm.