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Thinking of buying a couple of alpacas - come and talk to us and  ask us what we can do for you? All alpacas are for sale and negotiable.....

CORAZ - Cora Zyp's interest and involvement with suri began in 2000 with the purchase of a small suri herd from a NSW breeder.  Cora's focus is coloured suri and the improvement of suri in Australia.
 

ZardisHerd management and property improvement have been a passion of Cora's, as well as being involved in the Regional Australian Alpaca Association, she actively attends AAA events and was a regular on the show scene in the Queensland Region and is now attending Southern NSW Region shows. In 2010 the herd was transported down to Murrumbateman, NSW and they are enjoying the cooler weather. 


TALLO - Tracy Pratt's involvement with alpacas began in 1997 and in 2001 with the purchase of some proven females. Other connections: Tracy was also a business partner in the online shop of Camelid Health Supplies (Aust).  Now Alpacadynamics is the next generation of alpaca supplier, visit their website at alpacadynamics.com.au or talk to Alicia or Cheryl about your alpaca requirements. Tracy over the last few years has been a member of the Regions Committee, most recently as Vice-President, Equipment Officer, member of the Promotions and Marketing team and Website Editor.



What is in the name Coraz? Well this is easy - it is Cora's first name and the first letter of her surname. All Coraz born cria's have a name starting with "Z".
What is in the name Tallo? This name came about because of Tracy's interest in the Norwegian Elkhound breed. The original Tallo name is famous in the world of Norsk Elghund, it was the kennel name of respected Norwegian Breeder/Judge Olav P. Campbell. A man who had a positive, world wide influence on the evolution of the Norsk Elghund.

 

 

 






 
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Murrumbateman Field Day 2016. The three boys are ready to go home!







 
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