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Barry & Linda Bolewicz
16430 SW Holly Hill Road
Hillsboro OR 97123
503-628-2023
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EasyGo Farm
Hillsboro OR
EG Ambrosia
EG Ambrosia                 $2000
Beige
DOB: 8/10/07
ARI 31177399
Sire: NWA, Ltd Ceazar
Dam: EasyGo Bonbon

White/beige with a little brown spot
on her neck. Lovely bright fleece;
we've had yarn made from it for the
past two years.

Histogram 2008: 20.0 microns, SD 3.9,
CV 19.5%, 2.4% over 30.

She has good conformation - just one
tooth out of alignment.

This combination of sire and dam is my
favorite, always producing healthy
attractive offspring. I hate to put
Ambrosia on the sales list, but I've
kept her older sister, and we are
getting too crowded.

I've held off breeding her because
we're at capacity in the female barn -
but she is sold with a breeding to any
of our herdsires and with full
reproductive/live birth guarantees.

CABA 2009: 5th Place. The judge liked
the brightness of her fleece.
Alpaca Festival of Oregon 2010. 4th
Place
Dam: EasyGo Bonbon
Light fawn
ARI 806140

Crimpy uniform fleece; a
handspinner called it "the
perfect fleece."
Bonbon is a Hemingway
granddaughter; her dam took
1st at CABA and Alpaca Fest.
Sire: NWA, Ltd Ceazar
White
ARI 182045

The son of the renowned El
Moustachio and a dam who
maintained her fineness as she aged,
Ceazar has 26 crias on the ground, 16
female and most with some color
(medium brown to white/beige).

Ceazar is white, with fawn ears. He
lives with (and eats like)
pregnant/nursing sheep, but his fiber
remains soft and fine with a CV of 15%.

Vets, shearers, and buyers of his crias
have all commented on his wonderful
temperament and how it has passed
on to his offspring.
DAM
SIRE
2009: second fleece
2011: bright white