Category Archives: Camel Milk

The Unstoppable Cameleers – Max & Ronja from DromeDairy

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 When you have a dream in life, excuses are abundant, road blocks appear and this can all feel disheartening at times. Today you’re going to hear form two incredible cameleers who put their excuses to the wayside and realised that they too could do something amazing alongside their camels. Max, who is legally blind & his […]

India Camel Journey – What Really Happened

In November we journeyed to India with a small but mighty group of fellow camel loving people. We had an itinerary planned. We were to buy 6 camels in India, teach our training course (Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®) to our group, hence the camels got trained, then walk these camels 100km from our […]

3 Signs That a Camel is Healthy

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We all know how important it is to keep our animals healthy. ‘Dr Google’ is most people’s favourite Go To for diagnosis and cures – we’re all guilty of it! But, there’s an underlining problem with Googling camel husbandry information, because, lets face the hard facts here, information found online can be extremely contradictive, in […]

How a Camel Thinks, Styles of Camel Training & Bonding

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If you’ve ever wanted to sit down with some fellow camel lovers and trainers then this is exactly what our ‘coffee [camel] chats’ (minus the real coffee) are all about. Episode 1 of Coffee [Camel] Chat 1:11 – We discuss why it’s important to get a camel to sit (hoosh, kush, sit down)  wether you […]

7 Helpful Tips for Camel Care and Camel Husbandry

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Being a new camel owner can be a nervous time, questions linger and the Google search begins: How to Care for a Camel. Unfortunately there isn’t much information available on the World Wide Web about camel care, camel training or camel husbandry, which can make you wonder if you’re even getting the right information in […]

Camel Training History Exposed

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There is an old but very wise saying  “A thirsty camel is a dangerous camel.” This comes about when a camel is at water for the first time in quite a while. They want one thing only, water! The same goes for food. A camel will forego any instructions for food or water, that is […]

Camel Milk Information from Farmer to Consumer

Here is some interesting Camel Milk Information from Farmer to Consumer (sources at base of blog post) that will help you in your camel milk journey: Camel is the only livestock specie which was originally domesticated for milk; God gifted the camel to Prophet Saleh (PBUH) for milk only, almost 3500 BC. Camel Milk is […]

While Australia Kill camels other countries depend on them

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The camel has been an integral part of life in the Arabian peninsula, and elsewhere, for thousands of years, but their potential is yet to be fully realised, says Dr Abdul Raziq Kakar. The technical manager for Al Ain Dairy’s camel farm, he has launched Camel4Life, a group to promote the use of camels by […]