Solara (pronounced "Sew-LAH-Ruh") is owned by Pat and Bud Overmyer of Rustic Acres Alpaca Farm in Ohio. She is another exclusive offering by Close-Knit Alpacas via The Secret Meadow. You may purchase her individually OR in an outstanding package at an "unspeakable" price only obtained within the private purchasing environment where new beginnings are born!
Solara has one of the most beautiful colorings you'll find! She's golden....truly, and in many ways.
Solara has, from what the Overmyers tell us, been the "best of our production herd."
As with most all alpaca females, one of the primary things we want to know about them is what's their production record and how are they health-wise and more in that department? Well, Solara passes that part of the exam with flying colors! " She loves to be pregnant and can be in 5 minutes," exclaims Pat. "Solara has never had a birthing problem, either, and has been a good mom with plenty of milk." Bud went on to tell us, "Sol
Medium Fawn, 802870, Peruvian
Son of Peruvian Fabio G217; Producer of no fewer than 15 ARI registered offspring between 2001 and 2007, 9 females and only two whites (the rest are all of color).
WR LARISA is boarding at: Rustic Acres Alpaca Farm in Zanesfield, OH
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Larisa (pronounced "Lah-Rees-ah") is owned by Pat and Bud Overmyer of Rustic Acres Alpaca Farm in Ohio. She is another exclusive offering by Close-Knit Alpacas via The Secret Meadow. You may purchase her individually OR in an outstanding package at an "unspeakable" price only obtained within the private purchasing environment where new beginnings are born!
Larisa dense fiber and slight crimp and full coverage.
When I asked if there is anything the owners felt a buyer should know about her upfront (good or not so great) the Overmyers offered the following: "Larisa's a small alpaca who has put on too much weight. A really good thing about her, though, is she helps halter train crias. She has a good disposition."
I asked if there was anything they'd say is outstanding about her, too, and Bud and Pat replied, "Yes, she's cute and likes to stand next to visitors as if she's part of the conversation. Also she won ribbons when she was younger."
Taking a good look at Larisa's production/breeding record we see a 50:50 male:female ratio with her crias. Pat adds, "Larisa doesn't care if she's pregnant or not, and regardless, she's a good mom with plenty of milk."
The Overmyers further shared that Larisa has had one less than optimum birthing. "One cria was breech, but the rest were no problem."
What stands out most about Larisa? "Her size. She's a small alpaca and can get through the creep feeder even though she's put on a lot of weight."
Described in 1 word, Bud and Pat give it to us straight: "Little"
She's "good" on halter, lead and in the handling department during Herd Health procedures, too, and this makes for a very nice alpaca to have around the farm, and a likely candidate for the title of "Farm Ambassador!'
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