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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
540-330-7023
   
Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  5/30/2006
Heritage:   1/2 Chilean, 1/2 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  1293876
Color:  Dark Fawn
 
     
 

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Ore Hill Amber   

 
   

Light Brown, 830581, Full Chilean

 
   

Amber is one of the first females purchased for our herd. Even though described on her registraton as "light brown", she is a beautiful mahogany color and she just glows in the sun. Amber was selected for her conformation and temperament. She is calm, friendly, never disruptive at feeding time, and shows wonderful maternal instincts.

 
       
  KQA September's Freedom is three quarters Alianza and a quarter Accoyo  
    Light Fawn, 832700, Full Peruvian  
   

KQA September's Freedom, better known as "Rudy", is a son of the well-known Peruvian Augusto. He has good conformation and a good bite, and is well-covered with dense, crimpy, fawn fleece.

 
       
 
 

 

 
Enchanted Hill Third Time's Charm Sold!
 

Listed by Ed & Joanie Kinser of Bent Mountain, VA

   
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"Charming" is the only word that seems to fit this little elfin girl. From day one, her distinct facial features have set her apart and brought ooohs and aahs from all who see her. Then comes the touching and more oohs and aahs because her fiber feels like silk. It is a lustrous fawn unlike any other fawn we have seen. When stroked "against the grain" it appears to change to a darker fawn, much like the shade change seen when stroking velvet.

We are anxious to watch this girl grow up, at least until the first shearing, so it is with great reluctance that we now even consider selling her. She may come off the market any day. Check her out now while she's still available.

Update: At five months, Charmie is a fibrous beauty. In August, her dense belly fiber had to be clipped to allow succesful spraying of that area. So, in later photos, notice the belly clip!

December Update: For anyone who has looked at Charmie's pedigree, you will now notice a change from the original. Amber, Charmie's dam, had breedings to two different males, and delivered right between the two expected delivery dates. With the fiber characteristics shown at birth, we expected DNA testing to show the first mate to be the sire. However, by the time we submitted the blood sample for testing, Charmie's head was starting to look like that of Freedom, and that's the one that DNA testing shows to be the sire.



Price: Sold

       

 

 
 

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Head Shot


Left Side


Sq. conformation


Head Shot at 1 wk.


lustrous fiber

 
This listing was last updated on 6/11/2007 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]

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