After trying our hand at sheep, we realized we loved the alpacas and wanted to concentrate on these sweet creatures. These tidy, smart, easy to keep critters that produce a super soft hypoallergenic fleece are the perfect in our opinion for any family looking for an alternative livestock.
Male - Huacaya | DOB: Jun 12, 2017 | ARI: 32832723 | CLRC: 47895 | Color: White
Aztec Shaka x Spruce Park Genesis Next Generation
This sweet natured well decorated boy was our first registered herd sire, and the first Alpaca we showed and we are absolutely smitten with him! He hold numerous awards including multiple 2nd and 3rd place Jr Male Awards.
Male - Huacaya | DOB: Jun 16, 2020 | ARI: TBD| CLRC: TBD |
Color: Dark Brown
Sunnyhill’s Stalone x Tiger Lily Canopa’s Clair
We are so excited about this 2020 baby off Clair and Stalone! Stalone has incredible black fleece and has a strong boxier frame. We can't wait to watch this guy grow!
Expect him in the show ring in post covid!
Female - Huacaya | DOB: Jul 26, 2009 | ARI: 31671255 | CLRC: 39749 | Color: White
Caria’s Pedro x High Plains Quintessa
Female - Huacaya | DOB: Jun 4, 2011 | ARI: 32086461 | CLRC: 41402 | Color: White
Greener Pastures Prince Charming x Lambchops
Female - Huacaya | DOB: May 29, 2015 | ARI: 32832648 | CLRC: 46514 | Color: Medium Fawn
Snowmass Conopa XXX x Tiger Lily Samatha Ice
Female - Huacaya | DOB: TBE | ARI: TBD | CLRC: TBD | Color:
More info coming soon!
Female - Huacaya | DOB: June 17, 2019 | ARI: 32576573 | CLRC: 49055 | Color: Light Fawn
Averegan’s Aftershock x Tiger Lily Conopa’s Clare
Female - Huacaya | DOB: May 17, 2019 | ARI: 35062363 | CLRC: 49052 | Color: Brown
Tiger Park Nixon Ice x Spruce Park Aricanna
Female - Huacaya | DOB: June 3, 2020 | ARI: TBD | CLRC: TBD | Color: White
Aztec Shaka x Alberta Rose Lace
Female - Huacaya | DOB: Jun 12, 2020 | ARI: TBD | CLRC: TBD | Color: Brown
Sunkeya Perucho x Prairie Spirit Lily Rose
We concentrate on the Alpacas but there are so many different types of fibre animals and we love teaching people about them! These gentle and sweet creatures all have something that makes them unique but what they all have in common is they produce a natural renewable biodegradable resource we love.