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ALH Dara Olympia Sold!
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I rate Dara in the Top 10 in my herd. Why? Fleece quality and large bone, just like her dam Francesca which is exceptional. I only showed her 1 time and she was able to beat out a Color Champion. With the amount of gray and black in her lineage she's a great choice for colored breeding programs. Plan a trip to the farm to see her or contact me by phone or email for more info on her. I'm downsizing my herd after 17+ years and would like to see both Dara & her dam Francesca sell to a farm that is breeding for black or gray.

  Awards Received
3rd. out of 7, Michigan Alpaca Breeders Show, May 2009. Judge Kathy Klay placed Dara & another Alpaca Heights juvi (Nina) ahead of a recent Black Color Champion.

Price: Sold


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4/28/14, beautiful



Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Proven

Birthdate:  8/15/2008
Heritage:   Full Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  31455039
Color:  True Black

Micron Count
2009: AFD 22.61, SD 5.3, CV 23.43, CF 90.95, staple length 95.0. OFDA 2000, 5/27/09.





La Francesca   


True Black, 1077247, Full Peruvian


A high quality full Peruvian True Black Blue Ribbon winner who has birthed 4 crias so far, ALL females!

  TCB's The Oreo Kid  
    Dark Silver Grey, 827536, Full Peruvian  

Oreo has been a true gift for my farm and it is evident when you walk in my barn and see all the gray females that carry his genetics. I'm now having great success breeding his gray daughters to either Fawn or Black to produce gray or black. His first granddaughter, Rose-Marquis captured 2 Blue's and a Color Champion in Michigan in 2008.

Oreo is a compact sized male like his sire. All of his offspring have been a nice average size.

Even at this age, I am always amazed when I open up his fleece bag and see the long staple length and wonderful feel (handle) to his fiber. The rich color adds appeal to any of my projects. Shown here is a custom felted cat cave I made for a customer in which I incorporated some of Oreo's fiber. The result was a wonderful marbled effect.