Thursday 19 February 2009

Working the land

I have spent all day outside today, it makes such a change to be able to get out. The girls field is now nice and clean; well it was! Just the shelter to do now which is on tomorrow's job list.

As I have been in the field most of the day I took the camera with me, check out Molly's 'bump' it's growing by the day. She is just over 10 months gone now so not long to wait now and she'll be a mummy.

I also took a new snap of Gaussian, he has had his coat off again today. His 'coat' is now officially his 'pyjama's' as I am only putting it back on at night. He's not that keen on me putting it on so it's a bit of a wrestling match after his tea time bottle.


Zanzibah Alpacas said...

Molly looks like she is enjoying the feed, this is the time when she needs all that she can get, as the cria is growing at a rapid rate, preparing to enter the big wide world....Gaussian looks great and happy, hope all stays that way, are you using the Ceto Phyton and if so, what do you think of it, just wondering.....Jayne

Debbie, Barnacre Alpacas said...

It doesn't seem to have done much for Gaussian, but then again nothing has! I did try it on one of my skinny girls and it's done the trick with her.

If you are not coming down soon and you want yours back let me know and I'll post it. I managed to get some down here.

Thanks again.

Lucy said...

One of ours is as wide as a house and due in late April or early May too.

Zanzibah Alpacas said...

No, Debbie...I got some more, just to have in, if you dont want the stuff I sent down, you can just bin it !....I hope to catch up with you sometime, this year !!