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tazbabe

  • Joined Aug 2010
  • ayrshire
travelling llamas
« on: May 07, 2013, 04:52:15 pm »
some advice required please!

we are travelling 2 llamas from the IOW to Ayrshire, in a horsebox. should i keep the partition in and tether them, or take it out and let them be free in the box?
i don't think the are halter broken, which poses a problem......

what do you think?


thank you!
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Cheviot

  • Joined Sep 2012
  • Scottish Borders, north of Moffat
    • Hawkshaw Sheep yarn
Re: travelling llamas
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2013, 08:47:03 pm »
Hi,
I just transported 2 alpacas, I was told to take the partition out and leave them loose, apparently they will just lie down, I would assume that Llamas would be very similar.
Good luck it sounds like a long journey ahead for you.
Regards
Sue
Cheviot, Shetland and Hebridean sheep.

tazbabe

  • Joined Aug 2010
  • ayrshire
Re: travelling llamas
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2013, 09:24:50 am »
thanks very much, thats a big help!


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