Little Chippy is so cute, soft, and fluffy! I love his beautiful bay black fleece. Chippy is a Snowmass Matrix grandson, so we know his fiber will stay soft and fluffy for years to come.
Little Chippy is a shy guy, definitely not as outgoing as his buddy Burt, but he's so adorable and if you give him time, he'll warm up to you. Although Chippy is shy, he will still eat grain from your hand. He did his first event with Bluey and Burt in June, and recently went to a Farmers Market.
Chippy, Burt, and Freddie Mercury are available for purchase in a package deal. Details below:
These 3 boys would make a perfect little fiber herd! Freddie has gorgeous, lusterous suri fiber in a beautiful light fawn color, Little Burt is a beautiful medium brown huacaya, and Little Chippy has the softest bay black huacaya fiber ever! All 3 boys will eat grain from your hand. We have Alpaca Beach Parties once a month, and the little boys' pasture gets a lot of visitors. They've had a little halter training, then the weather got hot, but we plan to start back up again once we get our back to school routine down. Chippy has been to the Macomb Farmers Market with Bluey, I plan on taking all the boys throughout September (weather permitted). I always pair one of them with Bluey because Bluey knows how to jump in and out of the van (I'm hoping the other boys will catch on).
This package deal includes Freddie, Burt, Chippy, 3 halters, 3 leads, a bag of grain, a mineral block, free transport/delivery up to 150 miles from our farm, and free board until June 1st, 2023. This package can be purchased with a 50% down payment ($1,600), and monthly payments of $200 for 8 months. No alpaca can leave our farm until paid in full.
The best way to contact me about setting up a time to meet the boys is by email: [email protected]
You can also meet the boys at one of our Alpaca Beach Parties. By coming to one of our Alpaca Beach Parties you can see how they socialize when we have events on our farm, see our products and how we display them for sale, and see our demonstrators spin our fiber into yarn or weave on a handmade triangular loom (weaving is only done when Michelle from A Tangled Mess Angoras & Crafts comes).