If you own large animals such as horses, alpacas, llamas or a herd of goats, sheep or cattle, you probably keep large quantities of feed. Where do you keep it? In your barn or outdoors close to the pasture in bags or open in a wooden crate? In this case you also most certainly know the problem of feed contamination through weather or infestation through rodents, such as mice and raccoons.
There is a way to avoid keeping your animal feed exposed. A feed bin of a large but still workable size is the answer to how to keep large animal feed in a safe and practical way.
I now can present my list of the best selling items on Animals Small and Big that people chose and purchased in May 2017.
I invite you to take a look at what has made its entry to the bestseller list of May 2017.
For whatever reason you keep Alpacas, for their fleece, for breeding or just for you and your family you still will need to groom and shear them regularly. Having a well-assembled grooming and clipping set is one of those things you need to have in order to keep your Alpacas happy and healthy.
The following grooming and clipping sets have different features and different handling instructions. It is important for you to find out which one fits your and your Alpacas needs the best. Of course, all these grooming and clipping sets are perfect for sheep, goats, Llamas as well. Most of them though are not recommended to be used on thick-furred dogs or horses – even though one customer used his model for shearing the thick fur of his Irish Wolfhound.
Every year at the first weekend of October the famous Wool Festival takes place in Taos, New Mexico.
One of the biggest attractions at the Wool Festival – and there are many – are the Alpacas. I love these animals. They look cute, even when I know they are not real cuddly animals. But their open expression of curiosity toward everybody and everything is phenomenal.