The grand spring migration has been accomplished. The baby goats are now up front/right next to the big boy goats for instantaneous weaning. The kids are not happy about the separation because - hey, look! fresh grain! - they don't have any adults up there. (I will also do, in a pinch.) The moms are in the back/left field with Lerris, Scout, and Summer. I still need to de-louse Talla again and trim her toenails before the trip to Ohio next weekend.
The alpacas and llama all got their Dectomax shots and are herded together in the back/right pasture that joins the new-land pasture. Hercules now has camelid buddies, and everyone is on better grass. Additionally, they will have way more access to browse in the new field, which should fix the alpaca poop issues. The new field hasn't had any visitors since late winter, so the [newly seeded last fall] grass is high and the bushes are thick for the nibbling.
ETA: The alpacas like the new browse, but they aren't sure about being so far from home base. While CK and I worked on the garden, they would drift down the hill through the trees, then stampede back up to the main field. Lather, rinse, repeat. I think they were calmed a bit by Hercules's dignified refusal to join their panic. He just kept munching.