Tree Frog Farm, LLC

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Male Born 11-07-22 Her first cria!
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alpaca for sale Tree Frog Farm's Heart Breaker EDP 2019

alpaca for sale Heartbreaker at fifteen months

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Our FIrst Home-Grown Cria

Tree Frog Farm's Heart Breaker

ARI# 35459231   D.O.B. 10/8/2018 (5 yrs)

Huacaya, Female, Proven | Light Fawn, Medium Fawn

Sire: MAFI Black Expresso's Abner | ARI# 31454025  | BG 
Dam: Abenaki Ahaa | ARI# 31375238  | Dark Fawn, Light Brown, Medium Brown 
Service Sire:     

Heartbreaker is our first 'home grown' cria, & she's taught us a lot, as has her mom, Ahaa, who was never sucked down for milk, always ultra-attentive to her cria, & just taught us that waiting, yeah, waiting really did suck, but look at that nose...those eyes...and isn't it going to freeze tonight? How do we get a coat on that thing? Hmm...greased came close enough in description.

This little fading/dorsal fawn has grown into a curious little bouncer, who pronks without a reason, & enjoys everything around her, with a ton of curiosity as well as a nose that sneaks up on you from behind and she's off running when you look over your shoulder to see who's sniffing you

As the temperature was near freezing when she was born, we did not shear/tip her cria fleece (her tips were brittle in a few areas due to this) but despite that, her cria Yokum micron was 19.1, 2.5% of her fibers greater than 30%.

Seven months after her first shearing in April 2019, Heartbreaker had an incredible staple length of 3.5 inches as of the VAOBA show in November 2019, and though she could use a touch of density, she's a shaggy thing with a lot of length. The walking fleece judge at VAOBA, Wade Gease, commented "once you open her up there's so much length and more to come" and her cria fleece stumped Judy Kreske, who looked at it with three other fleece experts, and after the fleece judging closed, came to look at the entirely different animal seven months later from her cria fleece (the cria fleece colors are, from spine down, caramel, wet sand, and beige-butter). Judy's comment was "that's not an alpaca, it's a chameleon".

Heartbreaker is "settling in" as a dorsal/fading fawn with a stunning buttery-cream color that defies a real color, shimmering in the sunlight when it catches it (the fleece room at VAOBA was still somewhat uncertain what exact color to call her cria fleece, though they all thought it was stunning, but a bit tippy due to we didn't shear that first day she was born due to freezing temperatures when she was born)

After nearly three years, she now looks to be a twin to her aunt, Maranatha's Eve, and she still has her stunning curiosity and her calm nature, which we hope she'll pass onto her progeny. Her fiber still has that fantastic length and softness, though she could use a touch of density...and she still continues to earn the name "Pudge" as she is that, just a pudge despite being on pasture now with the other adult females. Her fleece, as of Oct 2021, is almost at three inches and still growing out, making her look some fantastic butterball as she runs, and she has a ton of it on her

Heartbreaker will have her maiden breeding this fall for a cria due fall 2022, male as yet unchosen, for we hope to be a stunning poofball cria when it's born


Fourth Place, AOA National Show, Fleece Show (Multicolor)
Fifth Place, VAOBA Show, Walking Fleece


I'm the first alpaca grandbaby!!!
D.O.B. 11/7/2022 (1 yr)
Huacaya, Cria Male| Light Fawn, Unproven
Sire: Stillmeadow Farm Mojito
Dam: Tree Frog Farm's Heart Breaker

Tree Frog Farm, LLC - King George, VA

Updated 5/19/2023