Autumn Sun Alpacas at Autumn Sun Acres

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AutumnSun's Frasier

Alpaca , Huacaya , Male |Unproven |True Black

AOA# 36187454 | DOB: 8/1/2021

Sire: AutumnSun's Major General

Futurity & GWAS Champion

AutumnSun's Major General

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

AOA# 32585933 DOB: 6/6/201211 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: [REF] ATV Berry Nice


[REF] ATV Berry Nice

Huacaya Open (Female) Dark Silver Grey

AOA# 1198584 DOB: 8/6/200419 yrs
Retired proven dam. A Roosevelt daughter possessing Patagonia bloodlines, Berry is a good catch from an well known grey program that has produced pivotal grey herdsires. She has produced well in her years of production service for her previous farm and we are sure she has plenty of years for more great crias. She is traditional in her body type and fiber archetype but does very well bred to our stocky, rooted to the ground herdsires. Berry had another beautiful grey cria in 2014, sired b ...
  | AOA# 1198584 | Dark Silver Grey
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What a gentle and sweet male! This true black boy has the most expressive eyes and is always curious as what is going on. Always a true friend, he hangs around his buddies but doesn't get into disagreements. He has a lovely soft, plush fiber that would be a wonderful additional to a fiber artist's herd as his true black fiber would be so much fun to spin. We truly hope this boy finds a happy home with a group of fiber boys and be a productive member of a fiber herd.
Purchase Terms

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