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Ten Seven Acres

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Dirk and Jessie Monson
107 Galchutt AveGalchutt, ND 58075
alpaca for sale

July 2017

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Ten Seven Acres' Peruvian Homer

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Dark Rose Grey

AOA# 35116011   D.O.B. 6/1/2015 (5 yrs), Full Peruvian

Peruvian Titan 

3x Champ, Sold! Champion Peruvian MRG!!

Peruvian Titan

Huacaya, Male, Proven, Medium Rose Grey, Full Peruvian
ARI# 1044379 | DOB: 6/22/2004

Titan is a third generation Classic Peruvian Grey Champion Male. He is a medium rose grey with a cast of lavender with great conformation, bite and disposition. His fleece is dense with incredible softness and handle. Titan's sire is Shades of Gray and grand sire is Silverado. His Dam is MA Selasia, a beautiful Black Full Peruvian. His grand Dam is MA Selena whom is also a true black.


Titan has proven hi...
| AOA# 1044379  | Medium Rose Grey 

Polonez Peruvian Barcelona 

1/4 Accoyo, 2 in 1, Bred to Snowmass Matrix son

Polonez Peruvian Barcelona

Huacaya, Female, Proven, White, Full Peruvian
ARI# 31481960 | DOB: 5/4/2009
Polonez Peruvian Barcelona aka "Barb" is the daughter of Snowmass Peruvian King Cole a Bay Black herdsire.
Barb has proven herself to produce colored crias. Her 2015 male cria is a dark rose grey with flashy white by a medium rose grey sire, Peruvian TItan. In 2016 she produced a super fine white male by TKAF Peruvian Einstein with 15.1 micron. Her 2018 male cria is a gorgeous reddish medium brown.

She has wonderful fleece, conformation, is an easy birther, lots of milk, and is a fantastic...
| AOA# 31481960  | White 

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Bidding Info


Healthy male out of Polonez Peruvian Barcelona and by FRA Peruvian Titan, a champion medium rose grey sire.

Homer's fleece is amazing! He has such a beautiful deep dark rose grey. The fleece is so fine it makes some of the other alpacas jealous!

Homer experienced a paddock accident in July 2015 and fractured he right hind leg. He was on stall rest with quite the splint for 2 months. In one of his vet appointments during treatment it was found the fracture healed wrong, but it had to much calcification to fix at that time. So, Homer will have a permanent gait change and an odd angle to that leg. He gets around good now and still loves to run and play with the other boys. He gets along great with his current herd and doesn't show any discomfort for any normal activities.

Homer is for sale to the right home. Reasonable offers considered.

Financing Terms

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Updated 11/6/2017