Moon Shine Alpacas

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Raynay's Silk Cadence by Tempo has now joined the ranks as Herdsire along with Our Burnished Hope.

Just like many of you, we fell in love with alpacas at first sight. We had three acres of land and spent two years looking at different livestock options for our small farm. We started with horses and they just ate us out of house and home, and had no way of writing off their expense on our taxes. We then looked at cows, but with only three acres we could only have three cows at most. Goats where our next great idea, but they spent most of their time trying to get out. Then we heard about a local "fiber on the foot show" and we went and checked it out. That is where we first laid our eyes on these wonderful fuzzy gifts from heaven. We spent the next six months building our first paddock and shelter while saving up the money to buy our first 5 alpacas. It was not until then that we found about all the great tax advantages that come from being an Alpaca owner/breeder. From that moment on we were hooked and have not looked back. Now that we are in Georgia our farm has grown to 20+ acres with new Paddocks and barns. With this new farm we will be able to continue to grow and add amazing genetic as we go.

In 2015 we added LGD Great Pyrenees out of Randy Coleman's Farm Wings and a prayer to the mix and Shasta and Tahoe are keeping a ever watch full eye on the place. Not even a squirrel or rabbit can get pass them now. In January of 2016, Shasta and Tahoe had their first litter of puppies and we kept their daughter Daisy. So now we have three ever watchful eyes guarding our fuzzy babies.

Also in 2015 we added Black Angus Cows so that we can now grow our own meat as well.

In 2017 Our Burnished Hope of Aero Ranch in Northern California was added as standing Stud. "Burnie" is the 2011 national fiber champion, and with 18.4 AFD & 3.3 SD at 18 months old, we can see why. With this addition Burnie is being offered to outside breeders for the first time. Here is your chance to add west coast genetics to your herd.

In the Fall of 2019 we added Gloucester Old Spot Hogs. They are a heritage breed that produces a red marbled meat with plenty of flavor, unlike store bought pork.

In Late 2020 we added Myotonic Goats to the mix. We are starting with Kids so it will be a couple of years before we start producing our own kids to sale.

In 2021 Raynay's Silk Cadence By Tempo was added as Herdsire. Cadence is 100% Peruvian with a 16.1 AFD, 3.8 SD, 100% CF. Check him out you wouldn't be disappointed.

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