— The Openherd Team

One big beautiful female

Quarry Critters Kate

Huacaya, Female, Unproven |

AOA# 31968935   D.O.B. 5/31/2014 (6 yrs)

Leavin Hill of Quarry Critters 

Caligula Bloodline

Leavin Hill of Quarry Critters

Huacaya, Male, Proven, White, Full Peruvian
ARI# 31225960 | DOB: 4/28/2008
Leavin Hill is known to us as Buddy. He is white in color and comes from the Caligula Bloodline on his sire side and Cavalier and Lucio on his dam's side.

Leavin Hill has a tall and very straight well-balanced body with a commanding presence and superior conformation. He has a regal walk and carries very dense, bright fiber. He has a low micron count. He is very much the herdsire as he is always pacing and watching over his herd. His first cria came spring of 2013.
BVD free as shown on test...
| AOA# 31225960  | White 

Dixie of Quarry Critters 

Dynomite Bloodlines

Dixie of Quarry Critters

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Dark Fawn
ARI# 31968843 | DOB: 8/16/2010
Extremely dense fiber

Wonderful Bloodlines:
PPPeruvian Mr. President, My Peruvian Durango, Ace of Hearts, Norman, Cocoa,
| AOA# 31968843  | Dark Fawn 
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Great tall conformation

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Financing Terms

Financing is available, when purchasing an alpaca~ * 25% down and on time monthly, payments for one year with NO INTEREST! * Flexible payment option are being offered at this time. We will work with you and your budget. *Package discounts available as posted. *We also accept Master Card, Visa, Discover Card and American Express, Checks and cash Terms: Includes with purchase of alpaca sale: *One "Free" Ownership class (must register) *Complimentary board for 30 days after completed sale. Agistment of $2.50 daily rate thereafter *Purchaser receives Alpaca Registration upon agreement paid in full Terms and services with the sale of a quality bred female: *15-day live birth guarantee! Transportation: * Fee to delivery your purchased alpacas is $2.00 per mile to your destination. * No fee for you to pick up purchased alpacas.

Updated 9/22/2018