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Enchanted Hill Alpacas
When selecting breeding stock, we kept two points in mind:
(1) Our alpacas must be calm and friendly.
(2) The fiber must be interesting, suitable for spinning, & a delight to work with.
Ed & Joanie Kinser
10023 Fortune Ridge Road
Bent Mountain, VA 24059
Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  6/26/2008
Heritage:   7/8 Bolivian, 3/8 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  31197502
Color:  Dark Fawn

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Ore Hill Nocturne   


True Black, 829337, Full Chilean


When we were trying to select a black female for our newly-formed herd, Nocturne picked us out. She left her herdmates and followed us around the pasture. This wonderful, friendly personality has made her one of our favorites. When Nocturne produced her first cria, Enchanted Hill Mystique, she was a perfect mom, keeping close to her daughter, and producing loads of milk.

    Pattern, 842062, 1/4 Chilean, 3/4 Peruvian  

Spot, as we call Xus, joined our herd in the spring of 2005. He almost immediately settled three of our females.

Update! Twelve beautiful crias have arrived and all look terrific!

Spot's dense fleece is amazingly free of guard hair, and as can be seen from his fiber analysis, the character of his fleece is much like that of a soft cria. When his fiber is spun into yarn, the colors blend to produce a lovely dark fawn color. And talk about how it feels against the skin...Wow!!!

The most special feature of Spot's fleece is his appaloosa pattern. His spots are prominent and numerous--just like we wanted. All of his crias will be special, but those that inherit his spots will be super special and quite unique! Check out his son, Enchanted Hill TyeDye (in our "Sold" list), who not only inherited his father's spots, but his wonderful temperament as well.



Enchanted Hill Summer Sold!

Listed by Ed & Joanie Kinser of Bent Mountain, VA

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Summer Breeze decided to extend her dam's pregnancy for a month longer than usual. So, she was born on a warm summer day, but early in the morning, with a gentle breeze blowing across our hill. Trying to make up for lost time, Summer was up and nursing within 10 minutes, and playing within fifteen. Learning to eat grain by a couple weeks of age, she has been growing and gaining rapidly. Starting at nineteen pounds, she was up to seventy pounds by mid-October, and will be weaned by early November.

If you're looking to add a healthy young female with lustrous fiber and hybrid vigor to your herd, check out this outstanding Enchanted Hill beauty.

Price: Sold




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This listing was last updated on 2/20/2009 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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