Circle Cliff's Trixie Allie has a personality that's definitely perfect for either a New or Existing Alpaca Owner
Trixie Allie is such a beautiful, full-fleece female who is proving herself to be an amazing mama. She comes from a dam that was an excellent mother.
Trixie Allie's fleece is dense and has beautiful crimp. Because of this rich density, it makes the most desirable yarn, I love to hand spin it, and it’s lovely after being processed at a mill. Her fleece on her face grows so quickly that it needs to be trimmed at least four times during the year, including shearing times.
She has great handle on a halter and is well-behaved in a herd as well as individually. Guests to our ranch always comment on her beauty and pick her out in the crowd as a favorite. She is always a "talker" which always gets attention from our visitors, and she makes me smile as I listen to her converse with her girlfriends. She's very smart and is halter trained and can Kush on command as well.
Confirmation is good with a medium build. She’ll be a wonderful foundation female to either a beginning herd or an addition to an existing one. She’s the perfect package, but you’ll need to twist my arm a few times in order to let me sell her as we’re not in any hurry to let her go.
September 3, 2023
Our sweet little male cria was born to Trixie Allie this afternoon. He has beautiful bundles of fleece! We think he may be a FADING FAWN (look that up) with a wide ring of white around his neck. Born around 3:15pm, we did MISS the delivery but saw this long-legged boy running around, still wet, besides his proud mommy.
First-time mommy followed this little angel as our granddaughter carried him in a towel to the "nursery." Mama quickly understood that the "wax plugs" needed to be removed, which was a first for our daughter-in-law, Jaimee. Jaimee saw them and followed my instructions (over the phone) as I talked her through what needed to be done. She also expressed a bit of milk/colostrum onto her fingers and put that on baby's (cria's) mouth.
Trixie Allie was rebred; we will do a pregnancy check (again) Spring 2024, If she's not pregnant, you can help choose from a few of our recommended herdsires. More than two are very interested in what she has to offer.