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Mike

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Thought you didn't know what an Alpaca was. Here we find out you have a joint venture in Australia! Are you importing them into the US? Does R-Paca know about it?

http://www.alpaca.net.au/haymaker/
 

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Mike said:
Thought you didn't know what an Alpaca was. Here we find out you have a joint venture in Australia! Are you importing them into the US? Does R-Paca know about it?

http://www.alpaca.net.au/haymaker/

What are these critters good for ,these alpacas are some strange critters you ever ate one?..................good luck
 

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I think? they shear them for wool. I tell you what, if you ever get to Alabama, bring one with you and I'll cook it and we'll eat it. There ain't much cooked over hickory coals that I can't be eaten. Except armadillos.
 

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Mike said:
I think? they shear them for wool. I tell you what, if you ever get to Alabama, bring one with you and I'll cook it and we'll eat it. There ain't much cooked over hickory coals that I can't be eaten. Except armadillos.

I heard them arma diggers are good on a pit,speakin of pit its gettin bout that time every thing turned green suns out and IM ready to fire it up but I dont think I would like that alapaca stuff .If they have real good fur and I mean REAL good maybe I can talk an ole friend of mine into knitting me a thong for you know who..............good luck PS ...still could use couple tags to keep in my pickup
 

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