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AutumnSun's Silverthorne

Alpaca , Huacaya , Male |Unproven |Medium Silver Grey

AOA# 36187775 | DOB: 8/28/2021

Sire: [SALE! CHAMPION] AutumnSun's Major General

Futurity & GWAS Champion

[SALE! CHAMPION] AutumnSun's Major General

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Medium Rose Grey, Dark Rose Grey

AOA# 32585933 DOB: 6/6/201212 yrs
We think this boy is the darkest 'silky' type we have seen! His fiber is slick and shiny that it looks and almost feels wet! Even judge Tim Lavan commented that his fiber looked almost like it was wet! He has LOTS of fiber on him, and with a really long staple so that it droops somewhat when he is at his peak length. But don't be fooled by this and think that he is not dense... he has a lot of fiber packed on him! He has white fibers in his blanket but not consistently enough to cla ...
  | AOA# 32585933 | Medium Rose Grey, Dark Rose Grey
Dam: AutumnSun's Silver Twilight

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AutumnSun's Silver Twilight

Huacaya Open (Female) Medium Silver Grey

AOA# 31828819 DOB: 6/30/200915 yrs
Silver is a grey female with grey/black genetics that is proven to produce grey crias. She has soft handle with consistent micron and crimp style across her blanket. Even her 7th fleece spun into a lovely even-colored, lofty, soft next-to-skin yarn that maked beautiful accessories. Proven Dam of Grey! Consistently produces *grey* crias that have often sold as weanlings: • MSG female by Emerald Farm’s Rincon Cloud (sold & breeding elsewhere) • DSG male by Silver Peruvian Master Piece - ...
  | AOA# 31828819 | Medium Silver Grey
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Solid, well-built and well-conformed classic silver grey male with a teddy bear look, sweet personality, and a plush fleece that is soft and crimpy in a long staple.
Purchase Terms

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If bought as a fiber boy, AOA certificate transfer and transportation costs are the buyers and extended breeding warranties are not provided. At CVI exam, if the buyers desire, the vet can confirm he has descended testicles, but this is not warranted at fiber boy prices. If bought as an herdsire, his cost will be an additional 1000 for breeding rights and limited warranties (confirmation of 2 descended testicles and no observed reproductive health issues at CVI exam). Up to 1 month free agisting to arrange transportation. Exam and transportation related costs are the buyers.

Updated 9/23/2023