You'll become part of a growing industry from all over Australia and play a part in supporting the development of the industry through shows, research, herd health, genetic advancement and supply chain and marketing initiatives.
The Victorian Eastern Region covers a geographically diverse area. Members farm alpacas across many aspects of the Australian terrain – from the vineyards of the Yarra Valley and the Mornington Peninsula, to the rich soil farming districts of Gippsland, the coastal extension from Port Phillip to Mallacoota and the grandeur of the Great Dividing Range. Within the Victorian Eastern Region there are around 130 registered alpaca breeders, several with larger studs in excess of 100 alpacas to others with only a few. Many members also promote and sell alpaca products.
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 […]
The VER AGM will be held on Sunday 30th August 2020. AGM location details are pending Covid 19 restrictions in place at the time. The VER elections for the new committee will also be held at this time. All Committee positions are declared vacant at the ARM so nominations are open for all positions. Several […]
Welcome to the July edition of the VER eNewletter. This edition features articles on VER Alpaca of the Year awards, Local Sub Groups, Body Condition Score, weed management and more. Newsletters can be a great way to stay in touch by letting others know what you are doing during this times of physical distancing. We […]
Learn from experts who understand the industry and are dedicated to exploring opportunities and helping you succeed and get access to the tools and resources you need to develop your herd to its greatest potential and enjoy the many benefits of these unique animals.
You’ll become part of a growing industry from all over Australia and play a part in supporting the development of the industry through shows, research, herd health, genetic advancement and supply chain and marketing initiatives.
Receive timely and reliable information on animal health and welfare as well as biosecurity issues through our alliances with Animal Health Australia and other livestock industries, and veterinary specialists.
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