We cannot tell you how grateful we are for all of the support our lovely followers, family and friends showed us today! We had a thoroughly enjoyable coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and raised a whopping £241.61! Thank you all so very much and we look forward to having one again soon!
Trek? What's a trek? When we as Treeside Alpacas, try to explain what we do here, we get any number of questions. What's a trek? Where do you do treks? How many Alpacas do you have? People pay to walk them? That last one is particularly interesting; why do people pay to walk our Alpacas?… Continue reading Treks are the best!
There is always plenty to do here at Treeside; whether its barn and paddock maintenance, animal health checks or paperwork, there are many jobs involved with keeping Alpacas or any animal. For example; But in return they provide us with wonderfully funny moments and times of relaxation and affection, for which we are forever grateful.
So it has been over two weeks since we have attended the Wool Festival at Armley Mills, and we have so much to tell you! First of all the festival was a cracking success; we had so many visitors to the stall and they all wanted to know more about our adorable Alpacas, which I… Continue reading Wool Festival 2016
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