Rosie gave birth to 6 little boys this year! There were three tri-colored and three Blenheim colored. All are absolutely adorable and have already found their forever homes.
2019 is off to a great start for birthing season! Two little brown girls out of our co-owned multi-champion herd-sire Magical Farms Dragonheart. A Classic Silver Grey female and two true black males out of our herdsire Patagonia's Ferro!
After a really long wait, the babies have started arriving! So far, four girls and one boy! Enjoy!
What a great way to start the 2012 breeding season! Gayla and Jacopo produced a super cute little female. Perhaps a bit too soon to call the color, but it's looking like a solid bay black/true black less one little white sock on her front left leg. The Connor family has selected the name "3Ds' Kamara Mist" for this little beauty! Perfect name for a perfect little girl! Congratulations on the new addition to the family!
The second cria born on the farm will stay on the farm. She is a true blackout of Snowmass Midnight Shadow and Snowmass Matrix Midnight. We have given her the name 3Ds' Midnight Katia.
Well, our last cria for 2011 arrived on October 22. So now it's time to kick back and enjoy the fall colors and watch all the crias pronking around in the pasture. The final count for the year is three boys and three girls! We could not be any happier!
Nothing warms your heart as much as seeing new babies running around in the pasture!
After an eleven-and-a-half-month gestation period, Alpacas typically will give birth in the early morning up till noon. The process starts with the nose and front feet popping out first. The whole process usually takes less than a half-hour, and the baby cria is usually up and walking / nursing within one to two hours.