4 Fiber Boys
D.O.B. 6/11/2012 (1 yr)
Huacaya, Male, Non-Breeder | Dark Brown
GUESS WHAT! We have a NEW home lined up for these boys that does NOT involve the butcher.
Since I turned down an $800 offer on them and it's going to cost $$ to get them to their new home. A donation page has been set up to help get them there.
Before they leave my farm they need the following done...
$92 – Rabies Vaccination
$5 – CD&T Vaccination
$10 – De-worming
$120 – Shearing
$40 – Teeth trimming
$173 – Transportation
If we can raise more it will help pay to castrate the boys before they go!
$200 will castrate 1 of the boys.
$800 will castrate all 4
These boys go together as a package, they have bonded and would make a great small starter herd for pets or hand spinners. They are non-breeder high quality fiber guys.
Bud is the one who has so much fiber on his head he looks like he doesn't have eyes and his sire is unknown. I bought his dam as a non-breeder and 3 weeks later he showed up! Surprise! Bud is a dark brown boy with amazing fiber! I wish I knew his genetics because he is a stunning lad. Really really really dense, nice crimp structure and beautiful shine in his coat. He is very mild in temperament and enjoys pets.
Bud Lite is lighter in color than Bud. I do happen to know his genetic makeup. His damn is our Peruvian Accoyo white girl Dutch Hollow's Albina and his dad is the award winning stud Lazy Acres's Phoenix. Fantastic genetics but not what I was looking for in a cria. I breed for whites and well I got a brown. He was a $2,000 breeding! So my loss your gain. I have not registered him but if you would like to I can offer all necessary paperwork. Bud Lite is a lighter color brown, good density and medium crimp. His mom let through her stunning luster into his coat.
Merlot is the same color brown as Bud Lite but has a little white on his chin and black nose and tips. He is such a sweetie and has to get kisses from you every morning and likes his neck and chest scratched. He is super silky and soft too. He is also a food hog even though he's the smallest of the group.
Victor - the only non-alcoholic name of the group and our herd DD. Victor is a mini alpaca, he is about the same size as Bud right now but he'll never get any bigger. He looks like a perpetual cria which makes him the perfect baby sitter for the 3 weanlings. You should she the pronking and frolicking he does every time he knows food is coming! Victor is a dark bay almost black in color.
Video of the boys at http://youtu.be/j8g9meJz26E