Our available 2021 kids have all been reserved. As the kids are born, their photos appear on our MMF Facebook page. Once customers on our Wait List have selected their kids, we post photos of available kids on our farm website. Our 2021 overflow list customers have been contacted. Our 2022 Wait List is full.
Pygora kids are born with their out-of-fleece guard hair color, which is darker than the in-fleece color that they acquire when their softer fleece begins to come in at two months or older. The out-of-fleece color is indicated on their PBA Pre-Registration Application.
The in-fleece color, determined when a 2" square sample is taken once the fleece comes in fully at 8-12 months, is almost always much lighter than the out-of-fleece guard hair color. This 2" fleece sample is used by the PBA Registrar to determine the fleece Type as well, which is then listed on the Permanent Registration Certificate.
Hooper's fleece color at birth was black, but the dark chocolate brown color around his muzzle hinted that his out-of-fleece color would become Dark Brown Agouti, you can see white on his ears and at places intermingled with his dark brown fleece.
Hooper's fleece began to come in lighter and lighter until at 3-4 months it was a rich Caramel color that contrasted nicely with his dark brown out-of-fleece color.
The looseness of the curl in his crimpy locks suggested that while his fleece had Type A characteristics, it would register as Type B fleece.
Jamocha was a dark chocolate kid out-of-fleece just like Hooper, but her in-fleece color became a more decidedly Brown color with auburn hues. Jamocha's Type B fleece has shorter and tighter locks than Hooper's Type B fleece.
Below you will see Jamocha in her out-of-fleece color, Thomas in his Caramel out-of-fleece color with very Light Caramel in-fleece color, white Delta Dawn with her Type A long