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Sawdust Alpacas

Alpaca sales, breeding services, products and farm tours in Fallon, Nevada

Carolyn & Glenn Waddell
4270 Equestrian DriveFallon, NV 89406
775) 830-2994, 775) 428-6388
alpaca for sale


Call Me "Mara"

Sawdust's Wamara

Huacaya, Female, Unproven | Beige, Medium Brown

AOA# 0032638134   D.O.B. 5/13/2013 (7 yrs)


Truly black velvet fiber


Huacaya, Male, Proven, True Black
ARI# 1224399 | DOB: 7/31/2005
Gorgeous guy with truly black velvet feeling fiber. Good genealogy. Velvet has 2 cria's this year - Wamara (girl) and Ebenaster (boy) - both gorgeous animals

Christmas Day, 2015 - Peavine's Michaelangelo is born - 12 lbs 8 oz to Glenn's Magnolia (Maggie) Looks a lot like his sister Wamara! What a going guy - just loves to run!!

Velvet is a very handsome boy. He has given several good offsping and we used him again for several next years crias.
| AOA# 1224399  | True Black 

Glenn's Magnolia 

Beautiful Blue-Eyed White

Glenn's Magnolia

Huacaya, Female, Proven, White
ARI# 31973472 | DOB: 8/11/2010
This young lady has beautiful blue eyes and exceptional fiber. Note: Blue eyes can be a sign of deafness. We enjoy Maggie immensely. We will try to breed her this summer (2012) to our Black Velvet.

Per a Genetics specialist at the UC Davis Camelid Symposium, we have bred Maggie to our true black, Skyline's Black Velvet and are anxious to see the results.

Update: May 2013 We love Maggie's little girl cria, Wamara! She has a white face, white stockings with brown stars in the middle ...
| AOA# 31973472  | White 
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Bidding Info


Wamara was born on May 13, 2013 to our blue-eyed white, Glenn's Magnolia. Her sire is Skyline's Black Velvet. Wamara weighed 17 lbs 3 oz at birth. She has a great mom and is growing quickly. Her facial markings are quite pretty. We like her a lot.

Financing Terms

We will offer financing if you need that option. However, we reserve the right to keep the animals (at your expense) until your contract is paid in full. You will be charged a per diem fee (negotiable) while your animals are still on our ranch. You will need to carry your own insurance on the animals you purchase.

Updated 6/23/2019