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it just means that the cria's liver isn't functioning properly yet, but it will in time. If they like it and do well on it then you’re probably doing the right thing.
So the Queensland wet season can pose some extra challenges for alpaca breeders.
Here are some tips that you can use to help your alpacas get through the Queensland wet season.
Every winter without fail, I get terribly dry skin on my face. I tried a few different products: a peach lip balm which works beautifully, and a sandalwood goat milk handcrafted soap – smells incredible, feels totally luxurious in the shower. Here’s what I learned that blew my mind: So while coconut oil might work well for people who have skin in the middle of the spectrum, it doesn’t usually work great for those of us who tend to have dry or oily skin issues.
The day after the we turn on the furnace for the first time in the fall, it starts. So, I started using the Argan Oil every morning, especially after a shower (I don’t shower every day.) I dab a few drops on my driest areas (right between my eyebrows, forehead, around the base of my nose) and massage it in.