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@ 9 months - loves racing in pasture!
Cria fiber April 2018

Dec 28th- super cold outside

Oct 2017

Lu w/ Mom- Fall '18-

@ 2 months

Dark Rose Gray

Claddagh's Peruvian Luthais

D.O.B. 6/26/2017  (1 yr)

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Dark Rose Grey

Full Peruvian
Sire: Shooting Star's Peruvian Black Thor | ARI# 31907170  | True Black |
Dam: Claddagh's La Fawnduh | ARI# 31233187  | Dark Rose Grey 

Price:

$400 cash price
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"Luthais" means "famous in battle" in Gaelic. This boy is out of a modern dark rose grey girl and a true black dad so we expect he'll turn grey. For now, he has NO white on him, black on face and lower legs. He began running almost as soon as he stood up!

Lu is related to many of the girls in our herd so won't be used here despite his lovely fleece. He's tall, straight & healthy. His fleece feels wonderful, has good staple length and is dense with a rich dark brown with grey fibers observed when opened up. He'll be an excellent fiber male for a hand spinner.

FINANCING TERMS:
Qualified buyers are eligible for zero percent financing with 1/3 down with the balance paid over 12 months on listing that are not labelled "cash price". Prices given for animals are for single animal purchases. Discounts will apply for multiple animal packages.

BOARDING AND TRANSPORTATION:
Unless otherwise negotiated, alpacas sell with 60 days free board. Given the changeable price of gasoline, delivery will be part of the sales negotiation. Unless otherwise noted, females do NOT come with breedings.

GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES:
All of our bred females are sold with a live birth guarantee as detailed in our sales contract. Extensive health records are available for review on each of our animals. These records will transfer with ownership.

Claddagh Farm offers a 30 day live birth guarantee for animals bred to Claddagh Farm herdsires. If the cria does not survive to 30 days for any reason, the breeding will be repeated free of charge at Claddagh Farm.

Updated 11/8/2018