We are incredibly happy to announce that Alpaca Manager has been acquired by Alpaca Guild.
Alpaca Manager has become a favourite amongst alpaca owners in 24 countries with many hundreds of users managing their alpaca herds online.
Alpaca Guild is committed to building a stronger, more sustainable alpaca industry through membership services and business development, supported by the best data, technology and investment decisions.
Existing users of Alpaca Manager are offered migration to Alpaca Guild and the opportunity to become part of the rapidly growing community of alpaca owners around the world.
Investing in you and your alpacas every day.
Alpaca breeders often have a dedicated breeding area so that they can confirm the mating was successful. If you don't have a facility like this, then paddock mating can be successful. It just takes a little more time and attention.
Alpaca are curious eaters and will enjoy discovering new trees and plants. But many trees and plants are poisonous and should be avoided. We list some of the known trees and plants that your alpaca should not eat.
Alpaca mental health is as essential as their physical health. Stimulation in the paddock can make a huge difference.
On a hot day in the summer, your alpaca will thank you for a paddling pool. And they don't take much effort to create.