|Tracy duCharme, Idle Hour Ranch|
Colorado Springs, CO 80908
Homer is a Llama rescued from Pikeís Peak after his mom was killed by a Mountain Lion. He had been alone for 6 weeks. He was so thin I could feel every bone in his neck. I was having a hard time getting him to eat so I gave him Nutri-Drench. He started sneezing and trying to spit it out like Llamas do when you try to feed them something they are not familiar with, but he immediately went to the feed. He was eating really well for a few days, then stopped. I gave him another dose. He didnít spit it out and he started eating again. Later we had an event in public away from the herd. I gave him another dose because he was in a stressful situation and he was pretty relaxed.
|Marie Bradford, Harmony Ridge Farms|
Oak Hill, Ohio
We have a farm with total of about 200 acres of which roughly 10 acres are dedicated to Alpaca pastures. We consider ourselves fortunate to have grown from the original three to 52 Alpacas, all Huacayas. ?Primarily what pushed us into use of the Nutri-Drench products was in our second year a couple of females, after they delivered, they experienced more rapid weight loss than what we like to see. We looked for the best possible way to supplement, calories, vitamins and minerals. Nutri-Drench was recommended to us by a farm mentoring us. We were very happy the females gained back the weigh. ?We use ND on females and a few Crias, younger animals that are not gaining or are losing weight. It boosts the blood sugar level and the metabolism as well. Generally within two weeks they have improved to where we can back off and see if they maintain. I canít honestly remember having to use it again; certainly not unless there was something going on that needed medical intervention. We find it to be a super great supportive means to keep the animals healthy.Ē