Here at Scientifically Incorrect Alpaca Farms, we grow our alpacas the old-fashioned, natural way. Our free-range alpacas lay their eggs in the ground, as they have for trillions of years. Then, once the baby alpacas peek above the surface, they’re ready to be harvested. Sure, it takes longer — but it’s worth it.
OK, that’s not what’s actually happening. It seems this baby fell into a badger hole and was missing for 24 hours before farmers found and rescued it. More details at Govin’s Farm on Facebook.