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Hasselbring's Harmony Ranch

Outstanding Genetics. Data-Driven Breeding Decisions. Stellar Results.

Britt and Patty Hasselbring
29049 Davis RoadConcordia, MO 64020
816-769-3939
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Zodiac (Dallas' Zodiac of Harmony)

Suri, Male, Unproven | White

ARI# 35373544   D.O.B. 7/29/2017 (1 yr)

Sire:
Dallas (Dallas of Prairie Lake) 

5x Champ, 5 X Banner Winner!

Dallas (Dallas of Prairie Lake)

Suri, Male, Proven, Beige, 3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Bolivian
ARI# 32303872 | DOB: 9/26/2013
Dallas earned his 4th Banner as Reserve Champion Light Male at the 2016 Carolina Alpaca Celebration! He accomplished this as a Mature Male competing against some of the most beautiful, best known blood-lines in the country showing in Yearling Full Fleece!

Dallas exhibits very high luster in a wave and twist lock style. Each judge highlighted his superior uniformity of micron - a signature trait of his sire Rio Grande! Rio won the Get of Sire class in the AOA Fleece show proving he is passing...
| ARI# 32303872  | Beige 

Dam:
Zenna (BBFAI Zenna) 

Zenna (BBFAI Zenna)

Suri, Female, Proven, White
ARI# 32740639 | DOB: 6/6/2013
Dense, fine and luxurious. Compact model, much like her dam, but packs a punch in the fiber department. A Mont Blanc daughter, bred to Dallas, a spectacular male = Zodiac!

Zenna's herd classification scores are excellent... close to the top in every category. Zenna is in the top 10% in 2018 EPDs for average fiber diameter, spin fineness, and fibers > 30. And, the top 15% for standard deviation. Based on her data and her production to date, we think Zenna is an outstanding foundation girl....
| ARI# 32740639  | White 

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Description

Dallas has really done himself proud with his first crop of babies! Zodiac, product of Dallas and Zenna, is an outsanding boy. Well put-together, beautiful fleece, great bone. Watch him!

Financing Terms

We will work with buyers to develop an individualized financing plan.

Updated 4/10/2018