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Corona Trail Alpacas, LLC
High Mountain Huacayas with Long Fine Dense Fiber
Paul & Judy Shetler
1901 County Road 41
Granby, CO 80446
About Corona Trail Alpacas, LLC

Image is being processed by ANOur family ranch specializes
in breeding, individually
caring for, and selling
superbly conformed alpacas
with prize-winning fiber.
Our breeding program
emphasizes fiber uniformity
and density to maximize the
useful fleece production from
each alpaca. We have submitted two fleece
samples on our herdsires, production females,
and offspring to help determine Expected
Progeny Difference (EPD).

The new herd has grown fast since the 2005 barn fire.
Corona Trail Alpacas is a full service ranch. We are
delighted to offer herdsire services, quality alpacas
with promising futures at tempting prices, and yarn
and fleece sales. All our alpacas tested BVDV negative.

Our reasonable alpaca prices include one year's
agisting for your beautiful new alpacas here
at a very modest fee.

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It's OK Ava!

Will she be nice?

Cria & guardians!

Our new barn!

Because Corona Trail alpacas live naturally on the rich grass
and hay of 8400 feet high mountainpastures, they are
healthy, physically fit, with fine,warm, dense, extra-long fiber.

We have friendly, personal contact with each individual alpaca
every day, allowing us to continually monitor and support
their physical and emotional well-being. Our alpacas are
gentle, trusting, and handle nicely.

The 70 acre ranch in Grand County Colorado is 2 1/2 hours
from the Denver Airport just west of Rocky Mountain National
Park 1.8 miles from US 34 on County Road 41.

Give us a call to arrange a visit, talk alpacas, and enjoy a
taste of a holistic management, alpaca ranch life style with
a view of paradise from the ranch house porch.

Member of:
Alpaca Owners Association (AOA) **
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Breeder Biography

We bought our first alpacas in 2003. Those three agisted while we looked for property of our own. We bought our dream ranch in January 2004. Our herd grew with our first cria born that summer. We also bought a male companion alpaca, were given a female guard llama, bought two male llamas who had "stood off coyotes", rescued a Great Pyr for a livestock guard dog, built a fence, and decided we were ready to move to the ranch late that summer.And that began a wonderful alpaca adventure!


Our family has 8,915 breeders, with more joining every day.

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