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Camels in the meadow

Camels in the meadow

In the summer, the camels are out in the meadow.

In the summer, the camels are out in the meadow.

The camels are grazing from April to about October. During these times they enjoy the fresh grass and sunshine.

During the winter it is actually not too cold for the camels, but it is too wet. Camels have calluses under their feet. If they stand on wet ground for too long, the calluses soften and they are prone to wounds and infections. Camels do not like rain either.

The dairy animals go outside around 10 a.m. in the morning. Their calves are always in a meadow near them. This way the mothers can keep a close eye on their calves. Around 3:30 p.m. they go back inside so they can lie down inside for a while before we start milking at 5:30 p.m. so you can enjoy delicious camel milk.

As soon as the milking animals are inside, the camels from the other stable go outside: the young animals and the pregnant animals. When the weather is nice, they are outside until late in the evening.


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