Monthly Archives: November 2022
I ordered tomatoes – yes I know it is not alpaca related but actually it was for Vegetarian clients – from Ocodo for the second attempt. My first order was okay but late and they promised a voucher that never arrived but the second order contained inedible tomatoes of which I had ordered quite a few. They did, eventually refund and send a second voucher but I am disinclined to use them again.. is this the way of Veg or just Ocado related please folks?
Bearing in mind it is Marks and Spencer related, I was surprised.. all of these were inedible, had no use by date or sell by date or expiry date and when consulting with Ocado advised they do not have to put one on! It then transpired the number which is ready by them relates to a date of expiry but that they do not put a use by date on so that folk use them longer than that.. helpfully saving wastage .. um that one is lost on me folks!
Be aware – how do you know how old the product you are receiving is if this is not on it?
A mizzy day and a Christmas feeling – that is Cirencester Advent market in the Cotswolds..
Do I look good in this?
Well there is nothing better than an Autumn flush of grass for making you smile on a November day with your alpaca
When all the alpaca are pregnant that you want to me, you just love the boys for their part!
Scanning alpaca is an art and whilst we check on our own kit, we get specialists in now too for double checking. A year is a long time to wait for a baby that was never going to arrive – all pregnant here!
Well for many a new barn is not that exciting but with climate change meaning the ground is wetter and alpaca having pads like dogs not hooves, concrete bases are critical for drying their feet. I have put together the Barn for those interested in how it goes up as it really is almost there.. just needs doors!
What better way to welcome November that some photos of happy Alpaca visitors taken recently!
nothing like a good roll in clean straw girls!