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In recognition of services to the alpaca industry by the late Dr Richard Dixon, the AAA offers a scholarship to senior veterinary students. The development scholarship honours the late Richard Dixon who is widely recognised for his vision and commitment to improving alpaca health and for establishing so many of the founding veterinary practices in Australian alpaca industry including Q-Alpaca.
Congratulations on the official appointment of the following Young Parader Judge Apprentices
The AAA Board is calling for Expressions of Interest from interested AAA members to joint the Membership Services Committee.
Resignation of Andrew Munn – AAA President
What is this show all about? In this year of challenges and isolation many members have missed the opportunity to demonstrate the quality of their breeding program. The AAA has developed a one-off fleece show concept that allows the entry of up to two fleeces from one alpaca. This allows showing of a 2019/20 shorn […]