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RFOA Patriot

Very Mellow Fellow

Alpaca , Huacaya , Male |Non-Breeder |Dark Fawn

AOA# 30614581 | DOB: 9/11/2006 (16 yrs)

Dam: BF Siena

Dense, Dense, Dense

BF Siena

Huacaya Open (Female) Dark Fawn

AOA# 850953 DOB: 6/28/200319 yrs
Siena has a very sweet personality and it shows with all her cria. She produces healthy cria and is a good mom. She is one of our original girls, that we bought when we first decided to go into alpacas.
  | AOA# 850953 | Dark Fawn
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Patrick's Sire , BF Giacomo , 2 time Color Champion, is a gorgeous male. He is passing on his brightness, fine handle and wonderful conformation to his offspring. That is showing through with the cria of Patrick. Patrick is an very mellow alpaca and easy to handle.

His fleece is dense and has a long staple length. His cria are all showing the easy going personality that he has. In the times I have used him, he has thrown color darker than the dam and himself everytime. Since he is related to most of my girls, I would like to sell him to someone else who would like color in their herd. He would make a wonderful herdsire for the beginner or a wonderful fiber producer, which would make his price go down alot.

Scientific Data
Date Details/Notes
2007AFD 20.15 SD 4.91 CV 24.38
2008AFD 21.8 SD 4.11 CV 18.85
2009AFD 23.29 SD 4.73 CV 20.29
2011AFD 23.0 SD 5.3 CV 23.2
Purchase Terms

Creative Financing Packages are Available for All Purchases. We're flexible to just about anyone's needs. Just contact us and we can work something out. All Alpacas on the farm are BVDV tested. We guarantee that all alpacas are healthy at time of purchase. All Alpacas purchased on contract must be insured for full mortality with Red Oak Farms Alpacas named as loss-payee so long as there is any unpaid balance. Delivery of any alpaca sold by Red Oak Farms Alpcas will be the responsibility of buyer unless other arrangements are made. Call for details.

Updated 6/19/2021