National Alpaca Farm Day Open House
September 27, 2008 - September 28, 2008
Please see our map/directions page
159 Wormer Hill Road (Rt. 249)
Westfield, PA US
Come join us at our farm to meet our alpacas and our 4 crias, that are only a few weeks old! You will see what heavenly creatures they are. We have only been in the business a year, but what an awesome year it has been. We have doubled our herd and have enjoyed every minute of it. So come check out their shorn fleece,put your hands on them and learn how to care for them and so much more.
Expected Event Size:
# alpacas: 12 # attendees: 500
Bonnie & Leonard Klingman
Monday, September 8, 2008
Friday, September 5, 2008
It's official! Leonard decided we are definitely naming our newest male cria HGA Faleen's Zechariah (but we are calling him Zack). He is named Zechariah after John the Baptist's father.
I failed to mention in the last post that Zack's dam (shown here in the picture) is Faleen, and his sire is Fleecy Dale Captain Courageous.
Thanks to everyone for the replies and suggestions for the name. We will keep them in mind if we have another little boy. We have one more maiden to have her cria this fall. Honey is due in October, and although we are hoping for a girl (a happy, healthy cria will be just fine too).
Thank you all and God Bless!
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Well, Joey came along this past Friday, and then today . . . we have another little cria to add to the HGA family.
This morning (Wednesday) Faleen had a male cria too. So all of our original girls (Amber, Serena, and Faleen) have had boys this year.
Well, we are at a loss for another boy name, and Leonard wanted a turn at naming a cria . . . so we are waiting on a name for this cute little guy.
There is only one rule -- it has to be related to Christianity and/or The Bible. Any suggestions?
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
We had a new addition last Friday, August 29th on the farm. Here are a couple of photos of Dark Knight's Jehoshaphat (as in Jumpin' Jehoshaphat we had another boy!) LOL We are calling him Joey for short, but we think he will be a terrific little male for the show ring. His sire is Dark Knight, and his dam is Amber.
The first photo was right after he was born, hence the wet, curly look to him, and the other picture shows you his true color after he has dried off a bit in the sunshine. It was also the day after his birth. He is weighing right around 21 pounds now (fairly good sized for only a few days old), and he and Nevaeh are getting along well. She is just now his size, so she seems to be doing well for a little preemie. I hope to have more pictures of the two of them to show you soon. Thanks for stopping by.