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Excellent breeding stock

Alpaca , Huacaya , Open (Female) |Proven |Light Fawn

, CLAA# CAN48881 | DOB: 7/15/2017 (7 yrs)

Sire: AGA Justintyme
Dam: AGA Sierrafina

Arriba Cortez Daughter!

AGA Sierrafina

Huacaya Open (Female) Beige

,& nbsp;CLAA# 43259 DOB: 8/31/201211 yrs
Sierrafina is a proven mom and a show winner. She did well in her show career with 2 firsts at halter and a Champion fleece Sierrafina’s mom was one of our best producers and has given us several champions. Her sire, Cortez, has produced many champions in a range of colours including black and grey. There’s tons of high quality colour in this girl from both sides ! She’s currently open and can be bred to your choice of our boys.
  | , CLAA# 43259 | Beige



Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Medium Fawn, Medium Silver Grey, True Black

AOA# 36075102,& nbsp;CLAA# 49059 DOB: 6/6/20195 yrs
Synergy is a very special male! We just love his unique colours and that shine! We are only considering selling him because we can keep his gorgeous son Eliminator as a replacement. Synergy's first crias arrived in 2023! We are super excited with the colours and the quality! Synergy is a harlequin male from Oreo and Sheeba. Both of his parents have been sold to U.S.A. and now Synergy can carry on their exceptional quality and genetics. **FOR USA PURCHASERS - QUARANTINE AND EXP ...
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Sierrena is a beautiful proven female. Just like her Dam, she is a wonderful mother; textbook birth, lots of milk and attentive. She has beautifully soft dense fibre with yarn produced at the highest quality. Her fibre characteristics are being carried by her progeny! What an investment! When the offspring (progeny) inherit desirable fiber characteristics from their parent, it suggests that the breeding investment has paid off. This outcome can be particularly rewarding for breeders who aim to improve the quality of fiber produced by their animals over generations.

Updated 4/25/2024

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