Holdfast Hilty Family Farm

Faith, Family & Fine Alpacas

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Heatherbrook's Black Violet

Mommie & Me - discounts apply with pkgs

Alpaca , Huacaya , Bred (Female) |Proven |Bay Black

AOA# 31030274 | DOB: 11/26/2008

Sire: Zeph's Cormorant
Dam: Lavender 396
Service Sire: KBA's Red Ryder

KBA's Red Ryder

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Medium Rose Grey

AOA# 32829167 DOB: 5/19/20149 yrs
Red Ryder is a supernal grey herdsire. He is full brother to multi-color champion herdsires Double Dee Revelation and Lights Out and descends from a remarkable lineage beginning with his sire, the multi-champion grey stud, Snowmass Enlightenment, who is sired by the multi-champion Snowmass Extreme, who is sired by the multi-champion Snowmass Royal Rose. Red Ryder's dam's lineage begins with her multi-champion grey sire, Legend's Challenger of KPR and his sire is the renowned 5Peruvian Royal Inca ...
  | AOA# 32829167 | Medium Rose Grey

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Black Violet would make a good addition to your farm. She’s an experienced dam that passes along solid traits to her offspring. She also makes a great auntie as she nurtures any cria in the herd, right along side her own, and you know those Mama’s are worth their weight in gold! She’s what we call an easy keeper.

Dark Silver Grey one day, Dark Rose Grey the other. There’s grey on both sides of her pedigree, and PP Royal Fawn rounds out her genetics.
Black Violet has blessed us with all females! Avalanche, a silver grey female out of Snowmass Enlightenment. Her 2nd & 3rd crias are a true black & a dark brown.

If you’d like to meet Black Violet, please call 937-776-9300 to arrange a visit.

She is being offered for sale in a 3 in one package with her in-utero cria, and a choice of being bred to Victor or Obie.We offer new owners the opportunity to come to the farm and have hands-on experience with your alpacas to learn about alpaca care and how to prepare your farm for their arrival! We also offer inclusion in our annual shearing day to get your alpacas shorn for their well being before warmer weather sets in.

We are always available as mentors to call with questions or concerns. We look forward to hearing from you.

Updated 2/13/2023