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Colonial Alpacas

Where quality meets affordability.

Dell & Susan Rodman
341 Luce RoadWilliamstown, MA 01267
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Fiber/Scientific Data

05/08/2019AFD: 23.6 / SD: 3.8 / CV:16.3 / >30: 4.2
05/22/2018AFD: 24.3 / SD: 3.9 / CV: 16.2 / >30: 5.8 / MC: 42.9
05/21/2017AFD: 24.0 / SD: 3.8 / CV: 15.8 / >30: 5.0

Mom and female cria!


Huacaya, Female, Proven | Beige

AOA# 31458955   D.O.B. 8/7/2007 (12 yrs), Full Peruvian

Majestic Peruvian Jeremiah 
| AOA# 847847  | Beige 

Our Peruvian Sumehra 
| AOA# 30474291  | White  |
Service Sire:

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Jemehra had a solid production history while at Stonegate Alpacas. Her sire is none other than Majestic Peruvian Jeremiah. Her dam (Our Peruvian Sumehra), was sired by My Peruvian Rolex and the dam is MFI Peruvian Santavana. Outstanding Genetics to say the least.

Since I have owned Jemehra she has delivered two daughters (Colonial OhMi & Colonial Connie). Colonial Connie is a lovely light fawn born on 6/14/19 and she sell alongside her mom until weaned. Connie was sired by CCNF Spittfire and I couldn't be any more pleased with the outcome.

The reason I am selling Jemehra is very simple. I am a small farm and I only have so much room! I am also selling Jemehra's first daughter (Colonial OhMi) bred to, drum roll, you guessed it, CCNF Spittfire. The paring of Jemehra and Spittfire worked so well that I bred her daughter to him also. If Jemehra sells first I will keep Colonial OhMi or vice versa.

Yes, Jemehra does have a few fawn spots. Jemehra has the combination of white and color in her genetics. Colonial OhMi's sire is Stonegate Stellar Addison who is white, but also has color in his background and Ohmi is white (no spots). Colonial Connie's sire CCNF Spittfire, is white with color in his background and Colonial Connie is Fawn (no spots).

Do yourself the favor and come by to see Jemehra and Colonial Connie. Jemehra is being sold not bred. However, you might want to send Jemehra back to CCNF Spittfire (NEWLY MINTED JUDGES’ CHOICE MALE AT THE AOA NATIONAL FLEECE SHOW 2019) after seeing Colonial Connie. Choices, Choices, but the choice is yours. If you have the male that you think is right for Jemehra, buy her, take her home and bred her to your male. OR?

Rock bottom price for a quality pair. Hurry before Connie is weaned and the price increases on both dam and daughter.

As of 2/15/20, Connie will sell separately. Talk about a stacked registration! Combining the genetics of Snowmass, Magical Farms and Cas-Cad-Nac Farm all into one animal. Let's start with Majestic Peruvian Jeremiah, who is listed on the sires and the dams side of the registration. Jeremiah was recently listed in the, The American Alpaca Journal, published by Snowmass as, "one of the dominant sires of his age." On the sires side (twice) is the well know Snowmass Quechua, as quoted by Snowmass "without question the most influential American-born Huacaya sire produced to date." Now let's look at the CCNF contribution with the likes of CCNF Elixir, CCNF Archangel and don't forget the goddess CCNF Magdalena. I could go on and on listing whos who in Connie's registration, but you get the picture.

Now for Connie herself, you make the decision with a visit and a hands on inspection.


Reserve Color Champion NJ Alpaca Show 2010
First Place, NJ Alpaca Show 2010
Third Place, MAPACA 2010
Fourth Place, NAAS 2010
Second Place, Green Mountain Fall Spectacular 2009
Second Place, Costal Classic 2009

Updated 1/21/2020