Homestead Alpaca & Llama Handling & Birthing Kit - includes FREE Haynet - (Stock expected 23rd Jan)

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Homestead Alpaca & Llama Combined Handling & Birthing Kit

Sorry - temporarily out of stock

The Homestead Alpaca & Llama Handling & Birthing Kit contains:

Toe Nail Clippers Mytilite 2,

Gold Label Purple Antiseptic Spray 250ml

Veterinary Hand Scrub 500ml

Digital Thermometer

Pack of 100 Polythene Gloves

Iodine Umbilical Spray 250ml

5 x Umbilical Cord Clamps

Obstetric Lubricant Gel

Alpaca Colostrum 60g

Cria Feeding Bottle with Pritchard Teat

Colostrum Feeding Syringe with Latex Tube,

Net-Tex Fly Repellent Advanced 250ml (vital to prevent fly strike in cria)

Newborn-size Cria Coat 16"

Alpaca Premium Vitamin AD&E

Trimming scissors

Weighing Sling

Digital Hanging Scales

Bag

Includes FREE Haynet (colour may vary)

Everything you need in one go!

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