It’s been such a long time since I wrote a post; we have been so busy here at Treeside! We have been making further preparations for attending Leeds Armley Mills Wool Festival by buying gazebos and paste tables, making up signs for people to find us, and making rather interesting things to sell as mementos… Continue reading Wool Festival Preparations
This weekend was the first sunny weekend of Spring for us in Yorkshire and as such, we thought the boys deserved a break from the barn and let them out for some much appreciated sunshine! At first Kimbo was bouncing around like a spring lamb..... Then Bomber thought it would be great to have a… Continue reading First Spring day
It's been a busy start to the New Year here at Treeside; we have been busy updating our business cards and flyers for visitors to the farm; it has been hard work but all the designing and proof reading has definitely paid off! Photos of these to follow 🙂 Over the past few weeks, we… Continue reading Busy busy busy
Wellington was one of the original four alpacas to join Treeside Alpacas back in 2005. He is cream/white with the most brilliant of topknots as can be seen in his photos below; he always seems to look down his nose at you, but thats just to see out from under his topknot! Before the alpacas… Continue reading Wellington: the bootiful one!
At Treeside Alpacas, we often find the end of a hard week can be best spent with the Alpacas. Walking them across our trek and spending time with them can be very therapeutic. In recent years, Alpacas have become part of Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) which is where a trained animal can be used as part… Continue reading Alpacas as Therapy
Despite the wet and windy weather we have been experiencing in the UK, treks are still ongoing and this past weekend was no exception! Our visitors got wrapped up and stuck in to a very scenic trek around the farm. One alpaca was enjoying the wet weather far too much, and decided he would go… Continue reading Winter Trek Dec 2015
So here at Treeside, we often get asked the difference between Alpacas and Llamas, so we decided to give you a run down on the main ones. Both Alpacas and Llamas are Camelids from South America but differ in size, shape and produce; for example Alpacas are kept mainly as fibre producers with a fleece… Continue reading Name that Camelid!
A welcome message from Treeside Alpacas