A lot of Serious Breeding Programs only post Serious Pictures of their alpacas, because their alpacas are Serious Alpacas.
Well, our alpacas are Serious Alpacas, but we acknowledge that not all serious animals LOOK serious all of the time.
Here are some photographs to illustrate that point.
This is Sunny Dee.
Sunny Dee is normally a pretty Serious Alpaca. She is regal and elegant. However, in this photograph, she is not.
This is Logan. Logan is four months old, and he is amazingly serious for a four-month-old animal.
Logan was not feeling terribly serious at the moment this photograph was taken. In fact, he was yawning. Yawning is not at all a serious activity.
Here are two alpacas kissing. That's always cuteness gold. Honey Bun, who is doing the kissing, is usually quite serious, but she is currently very receptive to males (though not yet old enough to breed), and therefore acting a lot less serious than usual. Sheepie, who is the reluctant recipient of her affections, is not really all that serious most of the time, but she's trying really hard to look serious so that Honey Bun will stop kissing her.
Last but not least, here's a pig. No reason; we just want to remind you that we DO have other animals at Howling Hill Farm aside from alpacas.
This is one of the new additions to the Idaho Pasture Pig herd. More on them later!
K writes this stuff, for some reason that has yet to become apparent.