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HDN Jangle Figgybottom

Orlando Cloud’s son!

Alpaca , Huacaya , Male |Unproven |White, Light Silver Grey, Light Rose Grey

AOA# 35603375 | DOB: 1/30/2019

Sire: Emerald Farm's Orlando Cloud

Emerald Farm's Orlando Cloud

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Light Silver Grey

AOA# 1182316 DOB: 7/22/200419 yrs
Proudly co-owned with Gray Alpaca Company and Faraway Farm. Orlando is back at Gray Alpaca Company, and his fall breeding fee is $3,500. At the October Empire Extravaganza in Syracuse, NY, his offspring won two CHAMPIONSHIPS, including Gray Championship in fleece, and a RESERVE CHAMPIONSHIP, along with 4 Blue Ribbons. He continues to stamp out high quality crias. News! ORLANDO HAS JUST BEEN NAMED HERDSIRE OF THE YEAR 2013, FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW! This award is based on the number of ...
  | AOA# 1182316 | Light Silver Grey
Dam: Moonshadow’s Misty May

Moonshadow’s Misty May

Huacaya Bred (Female) White, Dark Rose Grey

DOB: 6/9/201212 yrs
Misty May is the image of cute! Classic dark rose grey! Her fleece has a nice crimp style, density and great staple length. Her personality is very pleasing and we often find her kicking up her heels like a cria! Misty May has wonderful maternal attributes, is an easy breeder, and birther with plenty of milk. All of her cria have been an ease to care for. Misty has since delivered beautiful cria from sire’s, Snowmass Enlightenment, and Orlando Cloud, and JRA Kolorado. Misty May ...
  | White, Dark Rose Grey
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Jangle is one of our darling males here at our farm. With much thought, we decided to breed one of our beautiful rose grey females to the very well known Emerald Farms’s Orlando Cloud, in hopes of bringing elite genetics to our herd, and we achieved exactly what we were aiming for! Jangle graced us with such beauty and charm. His fiber is an amazing blend of colors including a light rose grey to silver grey to white, and is very fine. Jangle’s presence is culminating into everything one looks for in an up and coming junior herdsire.

Updated 11/27/2019