We have made a decision which I am sure will divide opinion but here goes. Hummingbird was such a lovely girl and her fleece was such an amazing silver grey, not great quality, somewhat lacking in all those traits we hear the judges waffling on about and there was a lot of it. As we have a Sheepskin processing plant locally to us we have decided to have her skin as a rug.
I did the feeding up this morning on my own as Steve was on a job (playing on his mini digger) it was a bit strange only the five cria but they all seem happy and thankfully healthy. I even managed to take the camera and get some shots of the females, unfortunately the batteries in the camera ran out before I got back up to the cria so hopefully it will be dry tomorrow and I will get some shots of them.
The problem with taking pictures is that Caramel seems to think she has to be in all the pictures. So it took some time to get shots of everyone who Steve says has to be put on Alpaca seller.
|Oh and this is Caramel|
|Yes Caramel again|
Iona - maiden female bred to Lillyfield Jack of Spades, possibly going on the sales list.
Hebe, Jack of Spades Daughter bred to Wessex Mambo, really looking forward to seeing her cria so not on list until after she has produced (maybe)
Choc Ice maiden female not bred yet, even though she is cute she is probably on the list
Marietta (my favourite Alpaca) bred to Langaton Caliban, every cria she has produced has own a Rossette - definitely not on the list.
More photos tomorrow and I will have to start adding some to Alpaca Seller!