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  Rockin' Alpaca Suri Ranch Carolyn & Victor Gray Virginia USA  www.americansuri.com
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About Rockin' Alpaca Suri Ranch

We have beautiful Suris of all colors with bloodlines out of such famous Suris as Godzilla, Captain Morgan, Torbio, PPeruvian Peyton and Acero Marka. This allows us to match the best characteristics of Peruvian, Chilean and Bolivian bloodlines. We focus on dense fiber with great luster and great Suri conformation. All of our animals are halter trained and handled continually to insure gentle personalities.



All of RASR females are the best moms and come from Peruvian Bolvian and Chilean stock to provide cria who have the most lustrous, tightly penciled fiber with the best range of colors. we specialize in providing Suri breeding stock with a variety of colors and show winners. All prices are negotiable and come with a free breeding to one of our outstanding herdsires.

Our farm is located in Meherrin, Virginia.

Visit our online farm store too for all of your alpaca items! http://www.purelyalpaca.com

Dr. Victor and Carolyn Gray
804-307-2957Suri@americansuri.com
4614 Springfield Road
Meherrin, VA 23954-2404

Alpacas are arguably the best livestock investment available today. They are straightforward to look after, gentle with people, easy on the land, and the sale of their fleece each year could pay for their feed and routine vaccinations. A female alpaca can give birth to one cria each year and has a mortality rate of less than 1%. Alpacas are fully insurable through livestock agencies, so you won t lose your investment through illness or injury.

There are two types of alpacas in the United States today. Although almost physically identical, what distinguishes the two types of alpacas is their fiber. The Huacaya (wa-Ki'-ah) is the more common of the two and has a fluffy, extremely fine coat. The Suri is the rarer of the two and has fiber that is silky and resembles pencil-locks.The rare Suri represents less than 10% of the over 150,000 registered alpacas in the United States.

Adult Suri alpacas stand at approximately 36 inches at the withers and generally weigh between 150 and 200 pounds. They do not have horns, hooves, claws or incisors. Alpacas are alert, intelligent, curious, and predictable. Social animals that seek companionship, Suris communicate most commonly by softly humming.

Fencing is not a huge issue because Suri alpacas don't challenge fences. Alpacas require minimal acreage and food.Making Suri alpacas even more attractive is their child-friendly nature. Though easy to manage, as with any livestock, children should always be properly supervised while working with alpacas.
Offering a high degree of personal satisfaction, Suri owners, breeders and enthusiasts believe these animals are ideal for small farms.
Suris are shorn, without harm, every twelve to eighteen months. They produced five to ten pounds of luxurious fiber. Long ago, alpaca fiber was reserved for royalty. Today it is purchased in its raw fleece form by hand-spinners and fiber artists. Knitters buy it as yarn.
Because of its soft texture, Suri fiber is sometimes compared to cashmere. Making Suri fiber even more coveted, it has the luster of silk. Suri is longer in length than most other fibers, making it easier to process and less likely to pill.
Alpaca is stronger, warmer and yet lighter than wool. It comes in 22 natural colors, yet can be dyed any desired shade.
This fiber is organic and naturally flame retardant. Containing no lanolin, it is also naturally hypoallergenic. Most people who are sensitive to wool find that they can wear alpaca without the itching or irritation they feel from wool because alpaca fiber is smooth.

Suris are shorn, without harm, every twelve to eighteen months. They produced five to ten pounds of luxurious fiber. Long ago, alpaca fiber was reserved for royalty. Today it is purchased in its raw fleece form by hand-spinners and fiber artists. Knitters buy it as yarn.
Because of its soft texture, Suri fiber is sometimes compared to cashmere. Making Suri fiber even more coveted, it has the luster of silk. Suri is longer in length than most other fibers, making it easier to process and less likely to pill.

Alpaca is stronger, warmer and yet lighter than wool. It comes in 22 natural colors, yet can be dyed any desired shade.

This fiber is organic and naturally flame retardant. Containing no lanolin, it is also naturally hypoallergenic. Most people who are sensitive to wool find that they can wear alpaca without the itching or irritation they feel from wool because alpaca fiber is smooth.





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