Landmark Farm Alpacas

Ralph & Rachelle Bridges
1118 Landmark Church Rd
Grassy Creek, NC 28631
336-384-1616
828-406-2437, 828-406-1780
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First Puddle Jumper cria!

Landmark Farm's Miss Moxie

Huacaya, Female, Unproven | Light Brown

ARI# 35319559, D.O.B. 5/8/2016 (2 yrs), 1/2 Peruvian, 1/2 Chilean

Sire:
Landmark Farm's Puddle Jumper 

Peruvian Black Mesquite son

Landmark Farm's Puddle Jumper

Huacaya, Male, Proven, Medium Brown, Full Peruvian
ARI# 32319668 | DOB: 10/4/2011
Update: Puddle Jumper's first crias are here! Check them out below!!

Pud is a lovely boy sired by the late TRULY GREAT black herdsire, Black Mesquite. Mesquite was co-owned by Magical Farms and Flying Pony Alpacas. Breedings to Mesquite were restricted and he commanded a stud fee of $7500!

Puddle Jumper's dam is a daughter of My Peruvian Osbydian and granddaughter of Mr. President. She is certainly an attention grabber with the WOW factor because of her rare fawn and brown patterned fleec...
| ARI# 32319668  | Medium Brown 

Dam:
Rainier's Nala Cloud 

Rincon Cloud daughter!

Rainier's Nala Cloud

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Medium Silver Grey, Full Chilean
ARI# 31094825 | DOB: 7/18/2009
Nala is one of two girls on our farm sired by the spectacular 2005 AOBA Grey Color Champion, Emerald Farm's Rincon Cloud, son of Crescent Moon's Rayo De Sol, who is himself the son of the gorgeous grey, Patagonia's Danko. Nala's dam, Grand River Cheila, has been a rock solid foundation dam for Rainier Alpacas, consistently producing show-ring and herdsire quality crias.

Nala is very easy to handle for herd health, but loves to strut her stuff in the pastures! This girl is unmistakably a Rinc...
| ARI# 31094825  | Medium Silver Grey 

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Description

We are excited to announce our first Puddle Jumper offspring! This beautiful girl out of the Black Mesquite, My Peruvian Obsydian, Danko, and Silver Blade lines, arrived on Mother's Day!

We aren't ready to call her color just yet because we have found that colors out of grey parents often are a different color by their next shearing! She is currently vicuna-colored with white head markings. Our niche has always been the cottage industry and our local and regional fiber artists are already drooling over the gorgeous multi-tones in her fleece! So we will just have to wait and see how her color develops. What fun!

Moxie, from day one, has displayed lovely confirmation, with excellent proportions, a nice straight back, perfectly straight legs and substance of bone. Her fleece has a nice handle, with very full coverage, and she is getting tighter crimp the more her fleece grows in. She even has tiny little crimps in her topknot. Her juvenile fleece was spun by a local fiber artist who loved the yarn so much that she made a double knit scarf from it to keep for herself!

Like her older siblings, she is extremely precocious. She was eating supplement at just 13 days of age! She is very independent but enjoys chin scratches! She has made quite a sport out of toying with her livestock guardian dog! She is definitely full of Moxie!

Stay tuned for updates and more photos!



Awards

2018
First place, Southern Alpaca Celebration Spin-Off

Updated 4/30/2018