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EasyGo Farm
Hillsboro OR

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Alpacas have all found new homes.
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We have reluctantly decided
now that we're well into our
70s, it's time to sell the farm.
The animals are easy, but
keeping up the property is
hard. The alpacas are free to a
good home.

We will still be available for
advice and possibly some
hands-on help.
EG Ice Crystal          pending
DOB: 9/6/07
ARI 31177382
Sire: MFI Peruvian Glacial Storm
Dam: EasyGo Terese

Good mother.
For more photos and information on each alpaca,
click on her name.
CGA Midnight Sonata  pending
DOB: 6/26/01
ARI: 832827
Sire: CGA Amante de Peru
Dam: Columbia Rivers' Marina
Mico's Madrigal         pending
DOB: 10/5/04   
ARI 1434057
Sire: Onyx de Mico
CGA Midnight Sonata
Bob and Woody
Huacaya geldings who've been
together their whole life. They go as a
pair. Woody (white) has one blue eye
and is deaf. Bob (fawn) is his
seeing-eye companion. They are both
heavy fleece producers.
Two extra-special animals:
They have found a home!

24 year old Autumn and 12 year old Fuzz.
Both are still in good shape. Autumn
looks pretty scruffy, but can still take off
running; Fuzz, a Romney cross ewe, is
pleasantly plump.
Looking for a new home with someone to
appreciate them.
Fuzz had surgery at age 11 to
remove what turned out to be
balls of fat. She came home
the next day, happy and
I sell her wool every year to
handspinners at the Black
Sheep Gathering.