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For a dozen different reasons we have decided to come out of the alpaca business.
We have truly been blessed in all aspects...simply having the alpacas, meeting new
 people, showing and financially. With our kids now out on their's time to turn
the page and start the highly anticipated “travel chapter” of our lives.

A truly heartfelt thank you to all the wonderful "alpaca people" who made us feel
so welcomed in the community and offered assistance, advice and prayers!!!

Our sold alpacas are listed below:

Serene-n-Green's Hebe:
Dillinger WOW girl!!! Here are a few photos of Serene-n-Green's Hebe. Hebe was
destine for the show ring...she has the best fiber that we have produced!
Hebe took a 2nd place
(in a class of 14)
at the 2009 Indiana Alpaca Invitational!!! Next up...the 2009 KY Classic
where Hebe took a
2nd place (class of 10)!!! Hebe later took the Blue Ribbon at the 2009
Heartland Classic (class of 5)!!!
1st Place and Grand Champion, 2009 NAILE (ALSA)!!! 

Mesquites Fannie:
We are dedicated to be a "Quality not Quantity" type of ranch! Fannie represents the direction 
we are moving...thru both our purchasing and breeding decisions. Fannie took a 5th place at the 2007 Kentucky Classic and a
2nd place at the 2007 AOBA Nationals!!! The judge commented
that she had the best fleece in her class!!! Fannie pulled three ribbons in her three show career!

RB Miss Eryn:
She has proven to not only be a very attentive and loving mother but also a producer of winners! 
She is very mild mannered and a pleasure to work with! Eryn had yet another unassisted birth
on 6 June giving us Hebe. Hebe's IGG was over 2900!!!
Eryn produces plenty of milk and thus
far has produced 4 girls and 2 boys! Eryn is a
2x Blue Ribbon winner herself!!!

Hutzul Peruvian Callyna:
Welcome to Serene-n-Green Alpacas Ms. Hutzul Peruvian Callyna!!! Callyna (pronounced
Call-ee-na) Is a bay black beauty that is simply AWESOME in every way!!! In her first show,
the 2008 OABA Show, Callyna took a
2nd place in her class of 15 and then went on to take the
Reserve Color Champion
She then took a Blue Ribbon and her second Reserve Color Champion banner at the 2009 Best of the Midwest Alpaca show!!! What a great show career
for this PHA Accoyo Stratosphere daughter!!!

  Serene-n-Green's Giacomo "Gus":
We were surprised by his color, but not with his quality!!!
This son of Legend's Challenger of KPR is truly outstanding in every way!!! Giacomo
is named in honor of my father, August V. Dattilo Sr. whose childhood nickname was Giacomo...I'm not exactly sure why since it's Italian for James??? Anyway...Giacomo it is!
Giacomo's birth weight was a hearty 19.2 pounds and he was up and running around
within minutes of his birth. His fiber is all knotted outstanding sign of quality!
We can't wait to see how this young man develops!!!


Ross's Rosalita:
Is an OUTSTANDING alpaca and a wonderful mother!!! Rosalita gave us our first ribbon
coming in 5th place! She then gave us our first
Blue Ribbon at the 2006 IAOBA Riverside
AlpacaFest!!! Rosalita took another
Blue Ribbon at the 2006 AOBA Nationals and then
 went on to win
Reserve Color Champion!!! She showed at 4 shows and won 5 ribbons!

R. Peruvian Rico:
We would like to announce the arrival of our OUTSTANDING true black, full Peruvian
Herdsire (insert drum roll here) R Peruvian Rico!!!! His linage is equally outstanding with
names like (Sire's side)
Dakotia DecadenceDakotia & Bueno and his Dam's side with
Black Mesquite
and Matador!!! Rico has won several awards including a Reserve Color
and 2 Blue Ribbons.


Gianna of Serene-n-Green:
We didn't rely on the "Luck of the Irish" this St. Patrick's day... we were truly blessed by God!
Welcome to the world Gianna of Serene-n-Green!!!  Gianna (Italian for "God is Gracious") is
our precious gray beauty from our outstanding Reserve Champion female Rosalita.
In her first show, the 2009 IAA Heartland Classic, Gianna took a
Second Place behind the
eventual Color Champion. She was the youngest gray female in the show!!!
 At her second
show the 2009 NAILE (ALSA) show she took
1st Place and Grand Champion!!!

Misty's Hope:
This is Hope, our first alpaca!!! Hope is not only a great alpaca....but is very loving
with one of the best personalities we have seen!! 
Hope has proven to be a outstanding mom!!!


Bella Amica of Serene-n-Green:
(Italian for Beautiful Friend) is named after our good friends Steve and Cheryl Russell.
is a beautiful
and CRIMP!!!! Amica won
Second Place at the 2008 Kentucky Classic, her first show!!! She
then went on to take a
Third Place at the Michigan International Show in a class of 14!!! In
her last show, the IAA Heartland Classic, Amica took the
Blue Ribbon in a class of 9...the
 judge stated that "She is the whole package with fiber that is Super-Buttery!!!"

HAR Sasha:
This is Sasha...a great girl
from the Hemmingway line. Sasha has proven to be an
outstanding mom displaying tons of TLC to her first cria Liliana.
Sasha is bred to
419 Peruvian Accoyo Maverick in the fall for her 2008 cria!!
Check out her 2007 cria Sir Sinjin and her 2006 cria Liliana of Serene-n-Green below!!!

Serene-n-Green's Liliana:
Introducing ....the first cria born here at Serene-n-Green Alpacas on the 8th of May 2006!!!
We named her Liliana because it is Italian for lily and with her blinding bright fleece it just
seemed to fit her well. She gets prettier and sweeter by the day...even when pregnant! Lily lost
her 2008 male cria, Potenti to a bacterial infection in his stomach at 6 weeks old...very sad
times...our first loss.

Legacy's Louisa:
One our original four alpacas! Louisa has always been my favorite...she is the most
curious alpaca we have ever seen. She would rather investigate than eat!!!

Aussie Colorado Dillinger:
Here he is...the MAN, the MYTH, the LEGEND.....AUSSIE COLORADO DILLINGER!!!
Peruvian Presidio son and grandson of Accoyo Caligula this guy has it outstanding
show ring record (
2x Color Champion with 10 Blue Ribbons) of his own and now his cria all
over the U.S. are doing the same...he's great AND he's passing it on to his cria!!!


Serene-n-Green's Caro Bert:
Our long awaited Fannie/Challenger cria is here and he just may be THE MAN!!!

He is named in honor of Joann's Great Aunt Alberta. "Bert" as she likes to be called recently passed away at 98 years old. Bert has truly been a blessing to all who have ever know her.
The name "Caro Bert" is Italian for "Beloved Bert" Aunt Bert truly is!!!
Bert as he will be called is strong as they come...on his second attempt he stood up and walked around for 8-10 minutes before Fannie accidentally knocked him over. We are very excited to
see how this young man develops...born at 16.4 lbs, his fiber is locked up tight with than
"bumpy"  feeling with luster to die for!!!

Sir Sinjin of Serene-n-Green:
Introducing "Sir Sinjin of Serene-n-Green"!!! Our first male out of four cria born here
at SnG. We are very happy with what we see so far. We were hoping that Sasha would
throw color and she did not disappoint us!!! A
Dillinger son with, like his sisters Amica
and Lana has great conformation and fiber!!!

Bella Lana of Serene-n-Green:
31 May 2007......Hope delivers our first
Dillinger cria and she's a doll baby!!!
Bella Lana of Serene-n-Green (Italian for Beautiful Wool) was born around 1:30pm
and weighed in at 18.8 lbs!!! She was named in honor of Mr. B.L. Godfrey (Joann's Dad)
who was called home by God just two hours prior to her birth. His nickname growing up
was "Wool" because he would always try to "pull the wool over your eyes!"
Lana won a
Fourth Place at the 2008 Kentucky Classic...her first show!!!