Paca Park Place is a small ranch run by a retired woman (me, Kathy) who loves animals. We attended a local seminar on alpacas, went to the ranch to see their operation, and purchased and agisted for a few years. We fenced and divided the pasture and recovered our old barn so we could bring our animals home. My husband has since become handicapped which restricts my attendance at shows.
Keva Ranch, Gary & Casey, have helped and guided me through the learning process. I have found that the learning process never stops.
Alpacas all have different personalities which makes then such interesting animals. The crias are all adorable and visitors can't get over how soft their fiber is. I have Lilly, the llama, who attends to the herd and loves children. She has never spit, contrary to popular beliefs.
I had a bad fence and a worker who didn't fasten a gate properly soooooooooo I had five surprises this past year plus seven intentional breedings. I have a crowded barn and would love to sell some of my males and females at a reasonable price. I have foundation females, two year old females ready to breed this year and quality males with very good fiber.
Photos to come.
PPP has three great herdsires
The newest, KVR's Peruvian Intero, ARI 32442120, dob 6/29/2012 has produced some excellent crias. (Medium fawn)
I have MFI Peruvian Candyman, ARI 31415729, dob 4/30/2008. A Champion producing Champions!
(Medium Fawn, can throw gray)
I have Black Midnight, ARI 31160254, dob 10/26/2007. Still producing Champions.