We collect and recycle all of the Alpaca "beans" (manure). The Alpaca is a pseudoruminant. It has three compartments in the stomach... and ruminants have four. Hay and food ingested by the Alpaca goes through those three stomach compartments, gets digested, and ends up smelling like wet hay when it exits the animals. We take the manure and drive it to farm growing fields over. The manure is used as natural fertilizer to condition the soil. Volunteers plant vegetables and harvest them as part of the Food Bank for the needy. It is a win-win situation for all and is a good example of returning the "beans" back to the earth for the greater good. We appreciate all the help and good will of our environmental partners!