— The Openherd Team

Coffee Pot Farm

"Where animals are loved".

Chuck and Kathleen Thompson
6128 Factor RoadSherrodsville, OH 44675
(330) 735-2067
(330) 575-1934 cell
alpaca for sale
alpaca for sale



Our Peruvian Mucho Dinero

Huacaya, Male, Proven | Beige

AOA# 32105247   D.O.B. 6/29/2011 (8 yrs), Full Peruvian

LMFI Peruvian Black Midnight 
| AOA# 31160254  | True Black 

Valeria of PVA  

Valeria of PVA

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Medium Fawn, Full Peruvian
ARI# 30571952 | DOB: 8/21/2006
Valeria comes from a long line of winning genetics. Her sire, the Elite Maximus, won a R.Color Championship at eight months of age. She has the fleece characteristics and conformation to produce outstanding colored cria. Val has the most exquisite fawn fleece of any on our farms.

Valeria's Production:

*2009 white female who we retained

*2010 white female just sold at the 2012 Priority auction

*2011 beige male who will make his show debut at the North Carolina Celebration

Has prod...
| AOA# 30571952  | Medium Fawn 

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Mucho has one of the most packed pedigrees we have ever seen. His fawn dam Valeria had a gorgeous fleece with superb density, consistency, and high frequency crimp style. His sire Black Midnight (Jericho) is a multi blue ribbon and banner winner which includes the 2010 Futurity black male color championship among his many accomplishments

Mucho's fleece is so soft it makes you feel like it will melt in your hands but has tight defined crimp with exceptional organization and a brightness that glows. The length of the staple from the time of shearing (11 mos.) was 6 inches and his density is excellent. Judges and breeders are wowed avery time they open his fleece.

Please take a look at his ARI certificate. He has an exquisite beige fleece with black and grey genetics.

Co-owned with Whistlers Glen Alpacas.


1st Place Best of the US Kennedy
Reserve Champion Best of the US
1st Place MAPACA 2012
Reserve Champion MAPACA 2012
2nd Place Buckeye Alpaca Show
1st Place AOBA Nationals

Updated 3/15/2017