|Posted by Northern Mystery Alpacas on November 8, 2017 at 1:35 AM||comments (0)|
After what has felt like months of kerfluffles with technical difficulties and retrieving our images from our previous image host, we now are back up and running with fully functioning images again, and newly updated pages.
We have been quite busy all summer, and leading into the fall post shearing. Roxcene delivered a stunning baby boy on July 4th, the day after her expected due date, which has pleased us immensely. It is entirely possible that we are a little bit biased, b...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Northern Mystery Alpacas on June 22, 2017 at 5:35 PM||comments (0)|
Finally, after two weeks of shearing (and more than a little bit of waiting for the rain storms to subside) we are pleased to say that everyone is now tastefully naked and ready for summer (by everyone, we do mean the alpacas!).
Now that shearing is completed, the next hurdles we face are both breeding and birthing season. We're expecting two babies this sea...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Northern Mystery Alpacas on November 13, 2013 at 2:05 AM||comments (0)|
Well, Cria season is officially over and the girls are back hme to settle in for the upcoming winter, with babies at side.
Despite the dog attacks last fall, we only had two reabsorptions, resulting in seven babies in total on the ground. Athena was the first to drop, giving us a fantastic little fawn male out of our newest herdisre Nero-- and man, is Apollo a stunning little guy! He is an absolute doll to work with, with a fantastic personality and fibre to match-- he is go...Read Full Post »