Camels are apparently quite easy to contain and manage. They are corralled in very simple rickety enclosures made of a few short posts with a string of barbed wire. I've seen many camels with scars on their legs and I'm not sure if it's from the barbed wire or perhaps they are markings or brandings to indicate ownership. You can see these markings on this camel and also on two that are seated on the ground.
I've also seen many camels with a short rope tied around their front feet, enabling the camel to take short steps but inhibiting her from running. The rope around her hump and body is actually a bra-like contraption that is put on nursing mama camels to prevent their babies from drinking too much of the milk that is sold to customers. The camels are milked on the spot when a customer requests fresh milk. Babies are allowed to suckle for a short time then to get the milk going and then the baby is kept away so the attendant can milk the camel. I've seen this done by one man, but it appears to be much easier if there are two guys doing the job.
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