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Alpaca , Huacaya , Bred (Female) |Proven |White

AOA# 35286219 | DOB: 11/13/2016 (7 yrs)

Sire: Irish Meadows Peruvian Graphite

Multiple Blue Ribbon Winner, 1X CC

Irish Meadows Peruvian Graphite

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Dark Silver Grey

AOA# 31921527 DOB: 6/14/201112 yrs
This boy is simply gorgeous. He is the most noticed alpaca on our farm. Visitors love him (and we do too!) He has his dam and his sire's great conformation. Just perfect conformation. And color? Gorgeous! His dam, Carousel, has produced champion after champion. Her offspring include 15 time champion Javelin, 6 time champion Renegade, 8 time champion Sister Golden Hair, and Graphite, who has one under his belt as a juvi. His fleece is drapingly soft. Feels exquisite! Graphite has love ...
  | AOA# 31921527 | Dark Silver Grey
Dam: OA2 Love Me Tender

OA2 Love Me Tender

Huacaya Bred (Female) Beige

AOA# 32771411 DOB: 10/16/201211 yrs
Yum Yum, as we call her, had a rough start to life. She was breech with both hind legs tucked up under her. Thankfully Juergen had just taken a neonatal class and was able to deliver this little girl. Despite the fact that mom was totally worn out and not in any capacity to nurse Yum Yum for a couple of days, this little girl thrived. Fast forward a couple of years and Yum's tough life saga continues. She contracted a barberpole parasite infection that left her near death and severely debilita ...
  | AOA# 32771411 | Beige
Service Sire: Jasper's Lord Sky Dancer
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Autumn is a compact female with good density and a great handle considering she loves dust baths in our red Carolina clay. And she has personality to boot.
Her first cria born in May 2021 is a girl! Yay, since our track record on girls is not always the best. Cupcake is gorgeous with plenty of crimpy fleece. Autumn is bred to ELK Mr Cleveland Brown for a Fall 2022 cria. The cria is a stunning girl born on 11/4/22. She's a two tone fawn - I wouldn't call it fading fawn - can't wait for spring to shear her and really see what's under all that fiber!

Updated 10/16/2023