Author Archives: Reymund

Will Camels Help Weed Control on Farm [Camel Q&A]

Camel Connection Podcast · Camel Q&A- Can Camels Help With Weed Control   If you have a property, farm, or ranch swarming with weeds and other unwanted plants and you’re one of the many people that have heard that camels can help with weed control, then tune into this short Camel Q&A episode.   We […]

How To Keep Your Camel Biz Afloat at This Time

   These are concerning times with the COV ID 19 crisis occurring all around the globe. So many lives and businesses are affected and of course, camel business activity isn’t immune to this situation (and animals do NOT stop eating).   We’ve been receiving emails (thank you) from concerned camel business owners & operators […]

7 Ways To Get a Camel To Trust You

  Camels are built to have relationships. For evidence of this all you have to do is look at their herd behaviours.    We’ve had the pleasure of witnessing large herds of camels and the complexity of their herd behaviours, but it all boils down to one thing… Relationships. Strong, trusting relationships that they [the […]

Why Camels Bite [Camel Q&A]

  More often than not we get emails from camel owners asking for support around their camel’s “biting” issue.   A camel will bite, or attempt to, when they are feeling threatened, looking for food (the problem with “treating” camels) and or if they are in the Habit of biting from a history of needing […]

Most Overlooked Actions When Training Camels

  Sometimes simplicity counts more than complexity and when training & handling camels this is defiantly the case.   Camels can have that effect on you – brining you right back to the basics.   In this episode it may not seem like the things we talk about are basic overlooked actions, but to the […]

Can I Have Just One Camel [Camel Q&A]

  Given that camels are a herd animal the question lingers: Is it okay just to have one camel or should they be with their own kind?   We understand that in different parts of the world different privileges play out on the accessibility (and the buying) of camels. In Australia we are very privileged […]

How Much Land Space Does A Camel Need [Camel Q&A]

    Having sufficient land space for camels will ultimately improve their wellbeing, but how much space do camels really need…?   Most assume a lot of space, but this is a complex question with a complex answer as we consider the variety of environments that camels are normally domesticated in.   In this Camel […]

8 Reasons Why Your Camel Isn’t Responding To Training

  It can be really concerning to a camel owner/handler when it seems that their camel isn’t responding to the training or worst still the camel has been through training, but has seemed to have regressed!   Can you relate to this feeling…?   The truth is that all camels (especially YOUNG camels) will seem […]

How Often Should I Train My Camel [Camel Q&A]

CAMEL TRAINING Breaking in camels

    In this week’s Camel Q&A we are answering the question of “How Often Should I Train My Camel”   We give a detailed answer to suit all camel people whether they have a pet camel, working camels, trekking camels or otherwise. All these situations cause for slightly different answers. You’ll be surprised to hear […]