Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | August 28, 2013

A Camel on Palomar!!?! Come meet Samson Saturday!

camel at the bbq
Well, how special is this!?!! I think this is the first time in history for a camel on Palomar Mountain. Be sure to bring your camera to the PMVFD BBQ Saturday!
The Oasis Camel Dairy will be bringing Samson the camel to the event. You will be able to see this gentle camel up close and personal, take photos and pet him!

Thanks to: Gil and Nancy Riegler
Oasis Camel Dairy
Check out their website: www.cameldairy.com
Watch Gil and Nancy on: Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern
Discovery Channel’s DIRTY JOBS w/ Mike Rowe
Animal Planet’s Untamed and Uncut
Larry King Live

PO Box 1321
Ramona, CA 92065
USA

Click for the details of the day!


Responses

  1. Camel milk has been used for centuries as a natural remedy in the Middle East, Asian and North African cultures. Nomads and Bedouins still rely on camel’s milk nutritional and medicinal properties, while generations of tribes have lived on camel milk entirely with a few dates for months in the harsh desert climate. Desert Farms has now captured their ancient knowledge and locked camel milk tight in a bottle. In the USA, the benefits of camel milk is now being embraced by health-conscious consumers, children with autism & people with diabetes. Desert Farms’ camels live in small family farms in the USA where the average herd is about 6 camels. All Desert Farms camels are pasture-raised and eat a complex diet of hay, grass and alfalfa pellets.

    Containing only milk from USA-based camels and bottled entirely in America, Desert Farms – Camel Milk is available in several distinct varieties: Raw Camel Milk; Raw Camel Milk (Frozen); Raw Camel Milk Kefir; Pasteurized Camel Milk and Raw Camel Milk Colostrum.

    You can buy camel milk directly from Desert Farms website.


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