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Running Wild Alpaca Ranch

breeding elite huacaya and suri alpacas

Kristine Lynch and Jan Wierenga
607 Stoner Dr.Pierson, MI 49339
616-916-6952 (Kris)
616-502-1771 (Jan)
alpaca for sale

May 2015 - just after shearing

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Gorgeous crimp and coverage!

Jinks of Alpacadabra Ranch

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Light Fawn

AOA# 31086660   D.O.B. 5/27/2013 (6 yrs), Full Peruvian

Moonlight Goldrush of Peru 

Excellent coverage and crimp!

Moonlight Goldrush of Peru

Huacaya, Male, Proven, Light Fawn, Full Peruvian
ARI# 1259193 | DOB: 10/16/2005
Rushie is a magnificent Huacaya male exhibiting many strong characteristics such as beautiful conformation and bone structure. He has dense, fine fiber, that even at age 12 is still growing to an impressive staple length plus he still exhibits crimp and brightness. He has had 4 healthy, beautiful, and most importantly award winning babies!

Rushie has excellent full Peruvian lineage which includes T. Peruvian Tupelo and Peruvian Caligula. If you are looking for a male to improve your herd...
| AOA# 1259193  | Light Fawn 

Our Peruvian Pyxis 

1/4 Accoyo, Fiber/Pet

Our Peruvian Pyxis

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Bay Black, Full Peruvian
ARI# 30623590 | DOB: 8/27/2006
Pyxis is such a special girl. She has been an excellent momma to all of her cria and has produced some beautiful babies for us. It is time to retire her from breeding however as she has a teet that is no longer able to be used for nursing and tends to fill up with excess milk. She would make an excellent pet or companion animal.

Pyxis still produces quite a bit of fleece which is very uniform although the staple is shorter as she ages. Her micron count is in the mid 20's so perfect for t...
| AOA# 30623590  | Bay Black 

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Bidding Info


Love this boy (first born on the farm) who produces quite a bit of fleece which is very uniform and a beautiful color as well as a long staple length. His micron count is in the mid-20's so perfect for turning into roving or batting for felt projects, dyeing, dryer balls, shoe inserts, etc... Also perfect for sock yarn, rug yarn, hand spinning or any other type of fiber production!


Fifth Place, MIAF 2014
3rd Place, Rail Splitter Alpaca Show 2015

Financing Terms

Terms are available - please inquire

Updated 2/13/2018