— The Kentucky Alpaca Association Team

Angel Fleece Alpaca Farm

Let us put an Angel by your side

Karen and Roger Dunn
3508 Veechdale Rd.Simpsonville, KY 40067
5027228530
502-377-7837 Roger Cell

Audrey

Angel Fleece Peruvian Audrey

Huacaya, Female, Unproven | Medium Fawn

ARI# 31772006   D.O.B. 1/1/1970 (), Full Peruvian

Sire:
MFI Peruvian Future 

Jericho Genetics

MFI Peruvian Future

Huacaya, Male, Proven, Light Fawn, Full Peruvian
ARI# 1391312 | DOB: 5/28/2005
Jericho Genetics comes to Kentucky!!! We were extremely excited that we were able to purchase Future from Magical Farms fall of 2006. Future is a Jericho son and one of the few offspring ever released for sale. Jericho is a restricted herdsire with only 5 breedings allowed per year at the fee of $7500. Future has a highly advanced high-frequency crimped fleece with both density and fineness. Future's 1st two crias were born in May 2008, with several more due this fall (2008)and more in the spri...
| ARI# 1391312  | Light Fawn 

Dam:
Angel Fleece Sophia 

3/4 Accoyo

Angel Fleece Sophia

Huacaya, Female, Unproven, Light Fawn, Full Peruvian
ARI# 30630581 | DOB: 4/28/2007
Sophia is a light fawn almost pinkish colored high frequency fleeced girl. Everyone falls in love with her at first site. She loves attention and will follow visitors all around the field. Sophia is a El Nino granddaughter as well as a Royal Fawn descendant. We are excited about the prospects of this beauty She is bred to MFI Peruvian Future for late spring of 2013 cria. Sophia delivered a medium fawn female (Audrey) to die for!!!
| ARI# 30630581  | Light Fawn 

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Price:

$7,500


Bidding Info

Description

Top quality female with very dense tight high frequency fleece. Future daughter and Accoyo Michaelangelo grandaughter. Has one of the best temperment of all animals on farm. Perfect for high end breeding program.

Financing Terms

We offer on farm financing for females and herdsires. Please reach out to us so we can tailor a plan that makes your specific needs.

Updated 1/26/2016