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Welcome Everyone! On behalf of the Midwest Alpaca Owners & Breeders Association (MOPACA), the Board of Directors, Officers and the entire Show Committee, we welcome you to the 16th Annual MOPACA Invitational Alpaca Show (also known as “MIAS”). Our amazing Show Committee has worked hard since last year’s show preparing for this event. As Event Coordinator, I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank them for giving freely of their time and expertise to make this another fantastic show. The Show Committee members are noted on our website (www.mopaca.org/mopaca-show) and listed in this show book. If you enjoy the show, please let them know. Now, a very special “Thank You” goes out to our Sponsors. Without them, and their generous financial support, we would not be able to produce the high quality show that we enjoy year after year. They are here for us year after year, and that says a lot about our great show. Also, a big thank you goes to our wonderful show veterinarian, Dr. Brian Hodes. Dr. Hodes, as many of you know, comes from the Rose Hill Veterinary Health Center in Rose Hill, Kansas (just outside of Wichita.) I think you will find, that when it comes to alpacas, he is very knowledgeable, friendly and accessible. Dr. Hodes will be hanging out here at the arena all weekend. Thank you, Dr. Hodes! Our AOA Certified Halter Judges this year are Diana Timmerman and Stephanie Glyptis. Wade Gease will be judging our Walking Fleece entries. I want to welcome back our Show Superintendent, Kim Tollers, and her assistant, Kabby KasaKaitas. They both do an amazing job year after year! This year’s Walking Fleece Superintendents are Brian and Sharon Heimes. I want to thank all of you for your hard work throughout the weekend. Don’t miss our Silent Auction. (P.S., bid often at the Silent Auction – proceeds go to support important alpaca education for owners and veterinarians.) While strolling through the arena, you will see many volunteer fiber artists demonstrating many different forms of fiber art, and I am sure you will want to check them out! The Friday Night Meet & Greet will begin in the main arena at 6:00 PM. We invite you to grab a bite to eat at the Taco Bar. Along with the entire 2019 Show Committee, I would like to welcome you all to the American Royal-Hale Arena, and to Kansas City; hope your stay is enjoyable; and hope to see you back next year. If there is anything I can do to improve your stay, please track me down and let me know. Also, good luck to all exhibitors and participants – go for the purple!!! Warm wishes, Debbie Hoerl Debbie Hoerl – Alpacas of Moose Creek Ranch 2019 MIAS Event Coordinator

2019 Show Committee Event Coordinator


Photo Contest Coordinators

Publicity Coordinator

Silent Auction Coordinator

Debbie Hoerl Alpacas of Moose Creek Ranch

Clarissa Wisner Sutton at Home Alpaca Farm

Brett and Lisa Villeneuve Dry Well Farm

Patty Hasselbring Hasselbring’s Harmony Ranch

Gary & Patti Jones Silver J Ranch

Barn Manager  

Walking Fleece Show Superintendents

Meet & Greet/ Hospitality Coordinator

Show Book Coordinator

Dale Hoerl Alpacas of Moose Creek Ranch

Brian & Sharon Heimes Manna Meadows

Debbie Hoerl Alpacas of Moose Creek Ranch

Liz Vahlkamp Salt River Alpacas

Website Coordinator

Theresa Kaiser Nueva Dia Alpaca Farm

Sponsors / Vendor Coordinator

Volunteer Coordinator Assistant Barn Manager

Steve Trainer Flatland Ranch

Susan Kacsh Pleasant Journey Alpacas

Debbie Hoerl Alpacas of Moose Creek Ranch

Ribbon Coordinator

Patty Hasselbring Hasselbring’s Harmony Ranch

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Thanks to our 2019 Sponsors Diamond Plus Sponsors

Marc & Sharon Milligan

Diamond Sponsor

Pamela Ray Christine Brown & Jim Head

Platinum Plus Sponsors

Alpacas of the Heartland

Sheri & Mike Jacoby Darlene Nueske

Terry Passanante

Bobby & Diane Dickerson

Candy and Ray McMahan

Platinum Sponsors

Julie Delaney Glenn & Susan Kacsh

Jackie King

Britt & Patty Hasselbring

Gold Sponsors

Harvey & Barbara Biron


Harriet & Chick Neubauer

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Business Sponsor

Elizabeth Mujica

Thanks to our 2019 Sponsors Silver Sponsors

Steve Trainer/Dian Rogers Dale & Debbie Hoerl

Clarissa Wisner

Theresa Kaiser

Brian & Sharon Heimes

Liz Vahlkamp

Gary & Patti Jones

Karl & Jan Heinrich

Brett & Lisa Villeneuve

Showbag Sponsor

Walking Fleece Sponsors


ALPACAS OF MOOSE CREEK Dale and Debbie Hoerl JOYFUL JOURNEY Sue and Jeff Groeschl

Utility Sponsor

A very special thank you to our local Utility Sponsor for the use of their utility vehicles and trailers! You made our lives easier!



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MOPACA Invitational Alpaca Show March 30 - March 31, 2019

Schedule of Events Friday, March 29, 2019 10:00am - 6:00pm

Check-in & Set Up

6:00pm - 7:30 pm Meet & Greet

All alpacas must be onsite, checked in, and color checked (in the arena) by 6:00 PM All exhibitors are invited to join in the Meet & Greet at 6:00 PM. Relax and enjoy the taco bar, meet the Meet & Greet Sponsors, and the other exhibitors.

Saturday, March 30, 2019


Exhibitor Meeting

Ringside, Mandatory


Halter & Walking Fleece Show Starts

9:00am -5:00pm Public Attends

See alpacas in competition with judging based on fleece and conformation and in the walking fleece show, on fleece only.

Silent Auction

Bid often on wonderful alpaca and non-alpaca related items!


Demonstrations of spinning, weaving, and other fiber arts

Alpaca Farm Stalls

Visit alpaca ranchers at their stalls for education and information about raising alpacas.

Concessions Open

Located in the hall between the Governor's Building and Hale Arena

Vendors Open

Shop for a wide variety of unique alpaca gifts and products

10:00 – 11:00am Alpacas 101

Visitors can meet at the MOPACA Welcome Table at the northern-most end of the Expo Hall for a one-hour seminar on alpaca basics.

12:00 – 1:00pm Lunch Hour

Grab some lunch; walk around and visit farm stall and friends, and go shop at the vendor booths.

Alpacas 101

Suri Network Rally

Gathering of Suri owners and others interested in Suri alpacas by the Male Show Ring.

2:00 – 3:00pm

5:00pm (After Show Ends)

Sunday, March 31, 2019

8:00 am

Halter & Walking Fleece Show

9:00am - Noon


The halter and walking fleece show continues. Public attends: Vendors, Demonstrations, Concessions open.

Silent Auction ends

10:00am Alpacas 101

Visitors can meet at the MOPACA Welcome Table at the northern-most end of the Expo Hall for a one-hour seminar on alpaca basics.

After final classes

Tear down and look forward to next year.


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Meet the Judges Male Halter Classes, both Suri and Huacaya

Diana Timmerman

Diana will be judging the males, both Huacaya and Suri. Diana is an AOA Halter and Senior Fleece Judge and an Alpaca Judge Trainer and Instructor currently in the United States. Diana received her Certification as an International Alpaca Judge trained in Peru at the International Alpaca Judging School (IAJS ) in 2004. She has actively judged in Canada and the United States since 2001. Diana has over 21 years of experience breeding and showing alpacas and their fleece, along with over 30 years of experience raising other breeds of livestock. Her love for alpacas and her commitment to fleece education was the inspiration that led to the purchase of The Alpaca Breeders Fiber School, LLC. Diana is also an alpaca industry consultant, educator, Fiber Sorter and Grader and working on her Wool Classer status Diana currently serves on the AOA Judges Advisory Committee (JAC) AOA Judge Training and Certification Committee (JTCC) as Liaison and has served on the Advisory Board for the Mid-America Alpaca Foundation, the Board of Directors of The Alpaca Breeders of the Rockies, is a faculty member and owner of the Alpaca Breeders Fiber School, LLC, and past leader of the Leading Llamas and Alpacas 4-H Club. Diana was born in Germany where she lived until she was eight years of age. At that time she came to Colorado with her parents and brother and has remained there. She was employed as a paralegal in private practice and the District Attorney’s Office prior to acquiring alpacas. She has one son, Jeff and his wife Jenessa and a wonderful grandson, Alden Ray. Along with her husband, Tim, they operate Aussie Acres Alpacas, LCC , successfully producing many of the world’s sought after grey and fawn Huacaya breeding stock. They have been honored to have exported their genetics worldwide.,

Females, both Suri and Huacaya

Stephanie Glyptis

Stephanie will be judging the females, both Huacaya and Suri. After graduating from West Virginia University with a degree in animal science, Stephanie Glyptis jumped into alpacas in 2000 as the herd manager for Heart’s Desire Farm, the largest Huacaya herd in West Virginia. This herd of nearly 300 kept her very busy halter training, delivering crias, and managing the daily needs of the alpacas. A very active participant in the show ring, she was finally able to merge her background in dairy cattle judging with alpacas in 2006 when she became an AOA certified judge. Since then, she has judged all over the United States and Canada. Being certified in all aspects of judging, fleece, halter and performance, has become the perfect fit for many shows that only need one judge. Stephanie, her husband Phillip, and their children Teddy and Abigail live in Weirton, West Virginia just outside Pittsburgh, PA. Stephanie runs Solimente Alpaca Consulting and in addition to judging also does education and herd evaluation for alpaca herds.

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Meet the Judges Walking Fleece, both Suri and Huacaya

Wade Gease

Wade will be judging walking fleece entries, both Huacaya and Suri. Wade Gease is an AOA certified senior alpaca judge, judge training instructor, presenter and consultant/mediator for the worldwide alpaca industry. He has been co-owner of LondonDairy Alpacas for almost 20 years. He now unveils his own wholesale/retail product lines and services at www.TheAlpacaGuy.com. Wade has been honored to be involved with so many different activities in the alpaca world: presenting his personal educational seminars at pen sales, consulting, commentating, coordinating for auctions and evaluating for private alpaca breeders. But his favorite activity has been leading yearly educational trips throughout Peru. Next trip is scheduled for June 2017 concentrating on product! Wade was the first to produce a N.A. made alpaca bamboo fabric. Thereafter, he created an upscale clothing line highlighting alpaca fabrics, Alpaca Couture. The company’s vision was to gain greater attention from a discriminating consumer and help the industry gain greater recognition as an attractive fiber to use. Fashion shows were presented in Las Vegas, Orange County and San Diego. The business transitioned into accessory lines of The Alpaca Guy. Wade helps with Fashion Show/ Auction ordinations’ at alpaca venues. Mr. Gease also forged ahead in making alpaca materials, designing alpaca products and has created a wet felting machine for home/farm use to empower ranches to make on the farm products, The Wet Felting Wizard. It has had over 18,000 views on YouTube and has sold as far as the Netherlands & South Africa. Wade earned an Associate’s Degree in Aeronautical Science, a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry & a Masters Degree in Biochemistry. He is also a Camelid Fibre Sorter certified from Olds College Natural Fibre Centre, Canada. His past has given him experience as a construction worker, certified flight instructor, chemistry instructor, co-owner of a retail gift store and a sale representative for pharmaceutical companies. He enjoys scuba diving, home improvement projects and anything related to alpaca fiber! In his past he has been a certified flight instructor, chemistry instructor, co-owner of a retail gift store, and has worked for pharmaceutical companies. Wade has earned an Associate's Degree in Aeronautical Science, a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry, and a Master’s Degree in Biochemistry. Wade likes to bring a personal teaching perspective to his judging because of his past passion of showing and professional educating. As a judge, Wade enjoys giving breeders informative feedback through his halter class oral reasons.

A Big Thank You To Our 2019 MIAS Show Committee Alpacas of Moose Creek Ranch

Nueva Dia Alpaca Farm

Dry Well Farm

Pleasant Journey Alpacas

Flatland Ranch

Salt River Alpacas

Hasselbring's Harmony Ranch

Silver J Ranch

Manna Meadows

Sutton at Home Alpaca Farm


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Alpacas d'Auxvasse 573-386-3462


LeafFilter North of Missouri, LLC

Windy Meadows Farm and Fiber Factory

Stevens Llama Tique 785-230-1038


Cormack Needle Felting Tools & Supply, LLC

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Inter-American Trading, Inc. 303-696-2613

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Rainbow Acres

Wild Fiber Artisans

Alpacas at Willowbrook Farm 913-879-2066

Hidden Lane Alpacas & Fiber Mill 316-213-8410

The Shepherd's Mill, Inc. 785-543-3128

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Bella Alpacas, LLC 660-890-5268

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2019 Silent Auction Donors Ad Astra Alpacas

Flatland Ranch

Rockwood Designs

Bob & Claudia Hey

Dian & Steve Trainer

Judy Glaser

Alpaca Nation LLC

Fleece Factory of the Rockies

Tina Dillon


Silken Suri Alpaca Ranch, LLC Amber Isaac

Alpacas of Moose Creek

Hasselbring's Harmony Ranch

Silver J Ranch

Patty & Britt Hasselbring

Gary & Patti Jones

Manna Meadows

Suri Charismahh Alpacas

Sharon & Brian Heimes

Heather Cross

Brian & Paula Schieber

New England Alpaca Fiber Pool

Sutton at Home Alpacas

Dry Well Alpacas

Corey Gaspar

Clarissa & Don Wisner

Norlander Socks

Timberview Farm Alpacas-

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Brad & Becky Ryckert

Dale & Debbie Hoerl

Applewood Lane Alpacas Darlene Nueske

Choice Alpaca Products

Brett & Lisa Villeneuve

Eagle Spirit Alpacas Josh & Kathy Garrett

Nueva Dia Alpacas El Zorro Alpacas

Theresa Kaiser

Ron Hinds & Elizabeth Cline

Pleasant Journey Alpacas EZid

Susan & Glenn Kacsh

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ALPACAS 101 Alpacas 101 is a short introductory discussion about alpacas that will be held three times during the show. People interested in learning more about alpacas are encouraged to attend. Topics covered include the history of alpacas and their unique features, differences between huacaya and suri alpacas, what alpacas eat and what they need, what happens at alpaca shows, and what to do if you are interested in raising alpacas. Alpaca 101 is free and will be held at 10 am and 2 pm on Saturday and 10 am on Sunday. Those interested should gather by the welcome desk near the vendors' area.


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About Alpacas


lpacas were a cherished

centers of New York, Paris, Milan

The Alpaca Fiber Cooperative of

treasure of the ancient

and Tokyo. There are excellent profit

Incan civilization and

North America (AFCNA) accepts

opportunities and tax advantages

fleece from its members, and turns

played a central role in the Incan culture that was located on the high Andean Plateau and mountains of South America.

available to alpaca breeders.

the precious textile into quality

Alpacas produce one of the world’s

alpaca garments and products.

finest and most luxurious natural

Members benefit from a ready outlet

fibers. It is clipped from the animal

for their fiber, while the cooperative

Alpacas were first imported to the

once a year without causing it injury.

United States in 1984. Alpacas are

Soft as cashmere, warmer, lighter

now being successfully raised and

and stronger than wool, it has 22

enjoyed in the United States, Canada,

basic colors with many variations

The Alpaca Registry has been

Australia, New Zealand, England

and blends. This cashmere-like

established to help ensure accurate

and many European countries.

fleece, once reserved for Incan

There are even herds in Japan and

records and has a state-of-the-art

Royalty, is now enjoyed by spinners

South Africa. There are two types of

and weavers around the world.

system to document bloodlines.

alpacas – the Huacaya and the Suri. The life span of the alpaca is about 20 years and gestation is 11.5 months. Alpacas eat grasses. Brome and orchard grass is best. Adult alpacas are about 36” tall at the withers and generally weigh between 100 and 200 pounds. They are gentle and easy to handle. Alpacas don’t have incisors,

works to increase awareness of and demand for this everyday luxury.

Alpacas must be blood typed in

Alpaca owners enjoy a strong and

order to be registered. Virtually

active national organization, the

every alpaca in the United States is

Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association (AOBA), with a growing number of regional affiliates and

registered. History has validated the value of

AOBA sanctioned national commit-

the alpaca. Today, alpacas represent

tees addressing every aspect of the

the primary source of income for


millions of South Americans.

horns, hooves or claws. Clean-up is easy since alpacas deposit droppings in only a few places in the paddock. Alpacas can be pastured on small acreage. Why do people in so many countries call alpacas “The world’s finest livestock business”? For any business asset to be valuable, it must possess certain qualities that make it desirable. They are scarce, unique, and the textiles produced from their fleeces are known in the fashion


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Photo by Tasha Knoblock

THE VALUE OF MOPACA MEMBERSHIP The Midwest Alpaca Owners & Breeders Association (MOPACA) is now accepting members nationwide! We are a dynamic organization of currently over 55 alpaca breeders. MOPACA also works toward the growth of the alpaca industry by providing a communication network for alpaca owners and breeders while sharing knowledge of husbandry techniques and marketing among its members. MOPACA strives to promote public awareness of alpacas and their fiber through sponsored educational seminars held throughout the year, including slideshow presentations that are exclusive to members.

Photos by Tasha Schurter

MOPACA members are provided with many benefits; from opportunities to network with other farms to discount sponsorship and show fees. In addition to these benefits, members may access an online video education program presented by the K-State University's Veterinary Continuing Medical Education Department. Access to these online courses, that would otherwise cost thousands of dollars to attend, is free of charge to MOPACA members. MOPACA also has a new website! This site is fresh and exciting and provides members with a marketing area that is no cost - list your animals and breedings for sale without paying a dime! Checkout the new website...we're sure you'll like it. Visit our website for more details on the value of MOPACA membership and how to join!

More great reasons to "Look to MOPACA First!" Visit our Web site for more details on the value of MOPACA membership and how to join!

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Dale Hoerl Alpacas of Moose Creek Ranch

Patti Jones Silver J Ranch SENIOR BOARD MEMBER

Britt Hasselbring Hasselbring's Harmony Ranch


Dian Trainer Flatland Ranch



Susan Theroff Dragonfly Farm Design

Diane Dickerson Rock 'n D Enterprises Sharon Heimes Manna Meadows Alpacas and Apiary

MOPACA Members ALPERT GLENN & ROBIN Alpacas 'R Diamonds ksbrdmkr@cs.com 15163 W. 323 Street Paola KS 66071

BLANK TYLER & STACEY St Regal Alpacas staceymblank@hotmail.com 1703 Bage Rd Festus, MO 63028

CRABAUGH MIKE Suri Alpacas and fleece empcrabaugh@gmail.com 9152 Madison County Rd 1425 Eureka Springs, AR 72632

FENSTERMAN CLARK & HELGA Desoto Bend Alpacas info@dbalpacas.com 8611 County Road 41 Fort Calhoun, NE 68023


BOWMAN-GARGER LISA & ED Thunder Ridge Alpacas llbowman@stupp.com 10122 Lake Forest Farms Dr Richwoods, MO 63071

DANIELSON RAYMOND & BRENDA Anvil Alpacas anvilpaca@ruraltel.net 1880 130 Road Belleville, KS 66935

FREDERICKS CHRIS AND JESS Whistling Pines Ranch whistlingpinesranch@yahoo.com 499 41/2 Ave Clayton, WI 54004

Honey Hollow Farm brenda.armstrong1960@yahoo.com 10802 Cobb Rd Omaha, AR 72662

BROWN CHRISTINE HEAD JIM ASHLEY MELISSA Flying Iron Ranch Green Meadows Alpaca Ranch GreenMeadowsAlpacaRanch@gmail. alpacas@flyingironranch.com com 4019 County Road 1 1113 SW 500th Rd. Montrose, CO 81403 Holden, MO 64040 CAMPBELL JAMES & JEANETTE BABER MARILYN Alpacas at Willowbrook Farm marilynbaber@yahoo.com je.campbell@earthlink.net P.O. Box 3 24365 Pflumm Road Rushville, MO 64484 Louisburg, KS 66053 BELANGER SR. JANE Heartland Farm hfarm@gbta.net 1049 CR 390 Pawnee Rock, KS 67567

CLARK KELLY Big Dream Farm kellycram.kc@gmail.com 35811 E. Pink Hill Rd. Oak Grove, MO 64075

BLANDIN KARL Yaya's Alpaca Farm cowdog337@gmail.com 30200 East 275th St Garden City, MO 64747

COKER DAVID AND LISA D&L Alpaca Ranch dandlalpacaranch@yahoo.com 4076 Preston Lakes Circle Celina, TX 75009


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DAVIES CHRISTIAN & MICHELLE C&M Acres cmacres@cmacres.com 33707 663rd Avenue Maxwell, IA 50161 DELANEY MIKE & JULIE Irish Meadows Alpaca Farm mikejuliedelaney@gmail.com 23477 Bellevue Cascade Rd La Motte, IA 52054 DEVETTEN MARCEL akern34@cox.net 7520 North 130th Street Omaha, NE 68142 DICKERSON BOBBY & DIANE Rock'n D Enterprises, LLC rockndenterprises@yahoo.com 11550 Hunt Lane Guthrie, OK 73044

GEIGER JULI Jugeiger10@gmail.com 24801 Ridgeway Ct Boonville, MO 65233-376 GOODRICH DARLA & LARRY Goodrich Alpaca Haven larrygoodrich13@yahoo.com 9220 Kansas Ave Kansas City, KS 66111 GRECIAN JAN The Callaway Alpaca Company callawayalpacas@gmail.com 99 Normandy Circle Holts Summit, MO 65043 GROESCHL SUZANNE Joyful Journey Alpacas, LLC suegroeschl@hotmail.com 13920 W State Rd 77 Hayward, WI 54843

MOPACA Members HASSELBRING BRITT & PATTY Hasselbring's Harmony Ranch patty@hasselbringsharmonyranch.com 29049 Davis Road Concordia, MO 64020

MARTIN CRAIG & DONNA Martins' Wild Hair Ranch donnamartin355180@yahoo.com 1944 Grand Army Road Labadie, MO 63055

HEIMES BRIAN & SHARON Manna Meadows sharon.heimes@gmail.com 16842 Metro Avenue Bonner Springs, KS 66012

MAYES ANN Alpacas d'Auxvase annmayes@ktis.net 9266 County Road 1912 Auxvasse, MO 65231

HEY BOB & CLAUDIA Ad Astra Alpacas grampaca168@gmail.com 168 E. 1700 Road Baldwin City, KS 66006

MCMAHAN CANDY & RAY Raynay Alpaca Farm mgbcandy@aol.com 1897 Ashland Rd Ruffin, NC 27326

HOERL DALE & DEBBIE Alpacas of Moose Creek Ranch info@alpacasof moosecreekranch.com 23681 Quivira Bucyrus, KS 66013

MILLIGAN MARC & SHARON Red Granite Ranch rgralpacas@hughes.net info@Applewoodlane Alpacas.com

JACOBY MIKE & SHERI Alpacas of the Heartland alpacainfo@alpacasof theheartland.com 7016 County Road 39 Fort Calhoun, NE 68023 JONES GARY & PATTI Silver J Ranch silverjranchalpacas@ gmail.com 4451 Highway 86 Elizabeth, CO 80107 KACSH SUSAN & GLENN Pleasant Journey Alpacas pja@frontier.net 4128 CR 129 Hesperus, CO 81326 KAYE FARYL Lake Lucerne Resort & Ranch paddymellon@gmail.com 48 County Rd 317 Eureka Springs, AR 72632 KEENAN RENEE PROCHASKA Ponca Hills Alpacas poncahillsalpacas@cox.net 11115 North Post Road Omaha, NE 68112 KING JACKIE Suri and Company at Fern Creek Farm jackie@suriandcompany.com 6 Clermont Lane St. Louis, MO 63124

MITCHKO LIZ & LINDA Whirlwind Ranch info@whirlwindranch.com 24649 Snowberry Dr Lebanon, MO 65536 MOORE DOUG & PENNY WellSpring Acres wellspringacres@yahoo.com 2479 Cimarron Rd Sarcoxie, MO 64862 NATOLI DALE & DICK Alpacas Midwest nick_a_1@msn.com P.O. Box 34 Defiance, MO 63341 NISSEN ANDREA AND JOSH Iona Rose Studio LLC Holden, MO 64040 NUESKE DARLENE Applewood Lane Alpacas darlenenueske@gmail.com N6125 Webb Street, P.O. Box 387 Wittenberg, WI 54499 PASSANANTE TERRY Clover Bottom Alpaca Ranch tjpassanante@aol.com 5140 St. Anns Road Washington, MO 63090 PORTER STEVE & DEBBIE Ruffwood Farms napradoc@centurylink.net 3607 Vinyard Rd Bates City, MO 64011-8102

RAY PAMELA Xanadu Farm Alpacas pamela@xanadualpacas.com 669 Emerson Street brad.ryckert@skf.com 14713 W. 311th St Paola, KS 66071 REBTOY LESLIE Healing Springs Suris hsssuris@gmail.com 73112 S. 4720 Rd Westville, OK 74965 RUSH STEPHEN & ROSE Rush Acres Farm steve.rush@y2yc.com 1580 N. Point Prairie Rd Foristell, MO 63348 RYCKERT BRAD & BECKY Timber View Farm Alpacas brad.ryckert@skf.com 14713 W. 311th St. Paola, KS 66071 SHAFFER DARYEL AND ANNE Magajupa Mine Alpacas daryel@raregardentractors.com 7548 East 20th St Joplin, MO 64801 SIX MIKE & DIANNE Morning Moon Alpacas morningmoonalpacas@gmail.com 832 Anchor Hill Rd Rogersville, MO 65742 STARK SUSAN Bella Alpacas, LLC bellaalpacasllc@att.net 22776 CR 272 Carrollton, MO 64633 STOCK BEVERLY Fire Prairie Creek Alpaca Ranch fireprair iecreek alpacaranch@ wcblue.com 13816 Pleasant Prairie Road Napoleon, MO 64074

THEROFF SUSAN Dragonfly Farm Design dragonflyfarmdesign@gmail.com 259 N 1250 Rd Berryton, KS 66409 TRAINER STEVE AND DIAN Flatland Ranch dianrogerstrainer@yahoo.com 21302 SW County Line Rose Hill, KS 67133 TRAUDT MARCIA marciatraudt526@gmail.com 32382 HWY 14 Aurora, NE 68818 VAHLKAMP LIZ Salt River Alpacas saltriveralpacas@yahoo.com 7200 Waterman St. Louis, MO 63130 VILLENEUVE BRETT AND LISA Dry Well Farm Alpacas brett@drywellfarmalpacas.com 7875 19th Ave Blairstown, IA 52209 WELLINGHOFF DEB Northern Prairie Alpacas, LLC deb@northernprairiealpacas.com 7470 Jakes Prairie Road Sullivan, MO 63080 WHEATON TRACY Alpaca House- Wheaton twheaton50@att.net 2421 N. Yocum Rd. Independence, MO 64058 WISNER CLARISSA & DON Sutton At Home Alpacas clarissasutton1@gmail.com 14660 Co Rd 8160 Rolla, MO 65401

TAPPE ROBERT Lazy T Alpacas nursenancyb@gmail.com 10821 State Route BB Rolla, Missouri 65401 TELESKO VICTORIA Love Me Alpacas Vtelesko@aol.com 23253 county rd x Kiel, WI 53042

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The Midwest Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association would like to thank everyone who participated in the 2019 show! See you next year in KC!!! March 28-29, 2020!

Advertisers Index 2019 SHOW COMMITTEE............................................ 8

LONG HOLLOW/NEW ERA FIBER.............................................25

ALPACAS OF MOOSE CREEK RANCH................ .... 13, 22

MANNA MEADOWS................................................. 27

ALPACAS OF THE HEARTLAND........................ .......... 12

MIDWEST SHEARING LLC......................................... 23

APPLEWOOD LANE ALPACAS......................... .......... 15

NUEVA DIA ALPACAS MIDWEST................................ 25

BLUE'S STUDIO................................................................................ 5

PLEASANT JOURNEY ALPACAS................................................21

CLOVER BOTTOM ALPACA RANCH............................. 14

RAYNAY ALPACA FARM............................................ 17

DRY WELL FARM ALPACAS........................................................26

RED GRANITE RANCH............................................. IFC

EZID ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION................................. 23

REYNOLDS LAWN & LEISURE.................................... 29

FLATLAND RANCH........................................ .......... 24

ROCK'N D ENTERPRISE............................................. 16

FLYING IRON RANCH..................................... .......... 11

SALT RIVER ALPACAS............................................... 28

HASSELBRINGS....................................................... 19

SILVER J RANCH ALPACAS................................... 23, 26

IRISH MEADOWS ALPACAS....................................... 18

SURI & CO.............................................................. 20

JOYFUL JOURNEY ALPACAS...................................... 23

SUTTON AT HOME ALPACAS..................................... 24

KC OPTIMIST SPRING FLING..................................... 23

XANADU FARM ALPACAS........................................ IBC


2019 MOPACA Invitational

2019 MOPACA Invitational



2019 MOPACA Invitational

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MOPACA Show Book 2019  

This is the Show Book for the 2019 MOPACA Alpaca Show.

MOPACA Show Book 2019  

This is the Show Book for the 2019 MOPACA Alpaca Show.

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