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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:  Male Huacaya
Status:  Unproven

Birthdate:  7/29/2010
Heritage:   Full Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  31713122
Color:  Pattern (Light Fawn,Light Brown,Dark Brown)

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CODI Peruvian Jolie 0331   


Light Fawn, 1105582, Full Peruvian


Jolie is a very dense and solid production female. She comes from nice bloodlines with both parents being Peruvian imports. She carries a soft fleece that is holding its fineness well. Her conformation is wonderful, and her large heavy frame will serve her well as she ages. Jolie's first cria, Tierra, was COLOR CHAMPION at the National Alpaca Show. Jolie is a good mother with plenty of milk and a great protector. I can halter her without hesitation, and she leads well, she is still the first one to "high tail it out the barn door" as soon as she sees "human-kind" coming. Jolie likes to keep her distance that is for sure.

  5Peruvian Socosani  
    Medium Silver Grey, 800665, Full Peruvian  

The old boy is still capable of competing with the latest and greatest! Futurity 2009, Socosani's son, Kodachrome placed 4th in the juvi rose grey male COMBINED group. Of course there were 2 males standing above him that did NOT have tuxedo's (Snowmass and Crescent Moon's animals)and looked totally brown from the outside, and I don't consider these type of boys actual "greys" and I would NEVER count on them to produce grey offspring when in reality they are roans! If Socosani can still produce offspring of this caliper after 15 years, I think he is a "hall of fame" alpaca who can demand a $3000 breeding fee! NO - he is not the crimp upgrader, ... he is your COLOR boy - the one who can DELIVER you a grey or rose grey with the dams fleece character while adding and maintaining fineness and staple length - don't forget about that FANTASTIC coverage too!



Vintage Peruvian Confetti Sold!

Listed by Ed & Joanie Kinser of Bent Mountain, VA

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We have been looking for a new addition to our appaloosa line-up, and when we found Confetti, it was time to make a move. He'll be arriving in Virginia soon and we are hoping he will be ready to settle some girls in the spring.

Take a look at his cria photo, and tell us you wouldn't want a pasture full of cuties like that. Along with Bo and Speks, we think we have a super line-up of appy herdsires, and we picture one day having nothing but appaloosa adults making up the whole breeding herd.

Here is the description from his breeder: "Confetti, what can I say.... he is ADORABLE. He is every color on the chart, not one pattern, sparkled and speckled everywhere - even his nose and ears! WOW. He is such an eye catcher. He is also perfectly conformed, with a stocky build and heavy bone. His ears are fluffy and fiber covers him to his toes in very DENSE lush multicolored softness. He is a true American beauty and honestly I have never seen an alpaca as handsome as this one."

Confetti began breeding Spring 2013. He should have some spectacular offspring pronking around Enchanted Hill by June 2014. We just hope they'll be as cute as their sire.

Price: Sold




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Two years old

Well-covered head

Well-covered rear

This listing was last updated on 9/27/2016 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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