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Hidden Hill Farm

A Fleece Apart from the Rest.

Carol Karsten
27 Mattheson RoadAntrim, NH 03440
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Full Peruvian Alianza/Accoyo

MFI Peruvian Peppermint's Patty

Huacaya, Female, Proven | White

AOA# 1169577   D.O.B. 7/17/2004 (15 yrs), Full Peruvian


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Bidding Info


Peppermint Patty was selected based on the strength of both sire and dam. Her dam is a full Alianza import and among the top producers for her home farm. Her sire is Peruvian Blockbuster, an Accoyo/Alianza cross male. Patty has produced only daughters for us. Her daughter sired by Snowmass Millenium, has just sold. Her two Casanova daughters, Caspia and Our Miss Milk, are both stunning females. Caspia has produced a beautiful light fawn female, and was a great first-time mom. Our Miss Milk will get her opportunity to breed this spring.

Take a good look at that pasture shot, as it is recent. Patty cuts a majestic figure in the pasture, no question about it. She has always been an excellent dam! Her first cria was born during a blizzard in December while I was off the farm slogging through the snow from a NJ alpaca show. She had everything well in hand, all on her own. She has never failed to be an excellent mom with plenty of milk. Caspia is a solid producer, as has been Millennial Reign. Milk is at a top breeding program in Illinois right now.

We bred Patty to our own Pacific Crest Da Vinci. I believe she did not take, but depending on who wants her and where they are located, I am okay to try to breed her again. Da Vinci hardly ever misses! Since I know she is open, she can be bred to my truly amazing full Accoyo Godfather son, Hidden Hill Accoyo Goodfella! She produced a stunning male with him in 2016. Now, either way, that should be a stunning result!

Financing Terms

We like to tailor financing to meet the needs of our clients, so we do not have set terms. Everyone has a different set of parameters, just as they do different goals, so a 'one size fits all' approach just makes no sense when talking financing terms.

Updated 12/5/2017