Alpacas with cria - 50% Off - Oregon

Bil

Songster
11 Years
May 8, 2008
531
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Cottage Grove, OR
We are needing to thin our herd by spring since we are planning to add a cow or 2 then. We have alpacas of many colors from white through true black. Alpacas are a great livestock especially if you are a spinner or knitter.

What a summer! We had four healthy crias and all were boys. Beautiful additions to our herd but our pastures are full. Mother/son pairs are now on sale at 50% off the dam's price:

1. Feline, the perfect foundation herd female: Now $2,250 w/her son Gold Rush
http://www.openherd.com/alpacaPage.aspx?alpaca=15805&title=Feline_ImportW98

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2. Nola, Strong and sturdy, great bloodlines: Now $2,250 w/her son Pioneer
http://www.openherd.com/alpacaPage.aspx?alpaca=15812&title=McKnz_Nola

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3. Alsea, young, strong, Hemingway bloodlines: Now $6,000 w/her son Lewis
http://www.openherd.com/alpacaPage.aspx?alpaca=10545&title=Silver_Falls_Alsea

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4. Milkyway, consistent production dam, never needs assistance: Now $3,750 w/her son Clark
http://www.openherd.com/alpacaPage.aspx?alpaca=15811&title=JCS_

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We also have a couple of fiber females (meaning that they should not be used for breeding) that are $1500 each, but if a BYC or BYH member would like to purchase both, we'll sell them both for $1500. You can look for Marin or Sarah on our Openherd.com page (http://www.openherd.com/FarmPage.aspx?Farm=223)

We are also offering all of our alpacas at 50% off right now to people we associate with so make us an offer.
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Rozzie

Songster
9 Years
Jul 14, 2010
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Beautiful! But alas, I would have a hard time keeping those a secret in my neighborhood. I suppose I "could" hide one or two in my basement.
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(I once knew a pastor who had a half dozen mini goats in the basement of the church parsonage...)
 

Bil

Songster
11 Years
May 8, 2008
531
2
151
Cottage Grove, OR
Some of our are smaller than a large dog! They don't bark. They don't bite. Seems to me they would be better.
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Rozzie

Songster
9 Years
Jul 14, 2010
3,577
23
181
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And they smell better too! Alpaca poo...or Great Dane (or pick your large breed) poo...

Easy choice, plus I can put it in my garden. Ah well. I will have to hope that some day they change the laws, because I imagine this will be my "forever" house (I do love my home and neighborhood).
 

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