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Alpacas at Cherry Run, LLC

Quality Alpacas ~ Quality Fleece ~ Quality Outcomes

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Her fleece to dyed yarn at our farm store

The fine fleece of Accoyo & Auzengate

Afternoon Delight at the Breeze

ARI# 31770521   D.O.B. 6/22/2010  (8 yrs)

Huacaya, Female, Proven | White

Full Peruvian
Sire: Atlantic Breeze Impact | ARI# 1049671  | White |
Dam: My Peruvian Antigeon | ARI# 821253  | White |

Price:

$800 nice, fine fleece
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Great looking young lady! Impeccably square and a beautiful fine fleece. Her sire is Atlantic Breeze Impact, a Donovan son. Accoyo Mr. President is on the dam's side of Impact. The proof is in the offspring and this gal shows it off well. Her dam, Antigeon, is one of very few Auzengate lines that features the "rolling skin" characteristic. PPPeruvian Augusto, PPPeruvian Mr. President and PPPeruvian Argonne are also in her background. She has developed nicely and has a sweet disposition. We have done her a disservice by not promoting her more.

Afternoon's fiber is extremely fine (17 micron at last count) and cool to the touch with a nice luster. It processes into a gorgeous lightweight yarn that sells and dyes well. At five years old, she took second place in the 2015 Carolina Alpaca Celebration handcrafter's spinoff showing that she is retaining good fiber quality. Even though we have had great success with her fiber, we are now in the process of making some business changes by adding more color diversity to our herd (which is almost totally white) and is why we are selling her at such a low price. You could recoup her cost from the sales of roving and yarn made from her fleece.

She is an affordable fiber/pet/companion that adds a lot of serenity to the herd--she isn't bossy or pushy. Although she is proven, she would need the expertise of experienced breeders.

Afternoon is also available for trade.

Awards

second place 2015 Carolina Alpaca Celebration Handcrafter's Spinoff-white
We are flexible. Alpaca financing generally involves a down payment with the remainder due within six months. Alpacas remain agisted on the farm until payment is completed.

Updated 10/22/2018