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Baby alpacas, called cria, "pronking"
Baby alpaca (cria) enjoying the sun
Alpacas are curious, gentle animals with their own individual personalities!
We are here to provide support for alpaca owners, breeders and enthusiasts of Maine through education, camaraderie and cooperative marketing efforts. We also educate the public about alpacas, their fiber and the many advantages of operating sustainable alpaca farms and fiber operations. Contact a Maine Alpaca Farm near you today!
The following dates have been set for the 2014 MAA Membership Meetings:
12/13/14 - Saturday 11:30 am MAA Associate meeting
- Location: 108 Lakeview Drive, Athens, Maine @ Ginny Rebar's lakeside lodge on Great Moose Lake.
- Speaker Dr. Anne Lichtenwalner DVM PhD
Extension Veterinarian/ Director, University of Maine Animal Health Lab
Associate Professor,School of Food and Agriculture
University of Maine
- Topic: parasite control, male camelid semen parameters and reproduction, selective oviductal transport during the first few weeks of pregnancy and any other questions you may have regarding health issues and alpacas.
- This will be a pot luck get together for members and friends, dinner @ 12:45.
- Farm Tour @ 1:45- 2:30 OutBaca Alpaca (for those interested) located at 170 North Road, Harmony, Maine- farm is 10 minutes away from lake log cabin.
Board meeting 10:30 @ 108 Lakeview Drive, Athens, Maine.
1/31/15 - Saturday Proposed MAA Associate meeting
Election of Officers
Location: Time, place and information to follow
To find out more about the Maine Alpaca Association and alpaca farming in Maine, join our mailing list or send us an email at email@example.com
Want to learn more about alpacas? Visit the Alpaca Academy.
Updated November 10, 2014