Located in the Heart of Oregon Alpaca Country
ALPACAS of Tualatin Valley (ATV) had its beginning in 1988 on 11 acres of secluded property. In 2003, we expanded onto 45 acres of prime farmland where we are located just ten minutes from our famous neighbors, Intel and one mile from The Reserve Golf Course! Comfortable accommodations, fine dining and easy shopping are also within a few minutes drive.
We maintain a herd of approximately 100 North American alpacas producing superior offspring from some of the best genetics in the Nation. We specialize in fawns, reds, browns and black in our Suri and black and gray in our Huacaya.
What are we about?
Our emphasis is on good health, excellent conformation and top quality fiber producing animals with post sales support surpassed by none. Equally important is our desire to serve the alpaca industry with integrity as we look forward to an extensive and productive future.
What do we offer for Suri Alpacas here in Oregon?
ALPACAS of Tualatin Valley, LLC provides Champion offspring from Champion lineage! Proven Color Champion SURI studs currently are GVA Belefonté, Sierra Bonita Peruvian Zapotta (2014 Get of Sire), GVA Chesnimitz and Ivory Prince of PVA with his curly coverage that is producing the same in his offspring. If you are looking for full Accoyo, we have the unsurpassed, Accoyo Kāden, whose offspring are at the top of their classes and no wonder, Kaden is listed in the top 1% of EPDs. We are proud to offer perfect conformation as well as uniformly locked and fine fiber with high luster on all our Suri studs and their offspring.
How about HUACAYA? Are you looking for silver-gray?
For HUACAYA, you can now choose offspring from ATV Silver Elation whose cria are exceptional with their beautiful pure silver fleeces or his Champion son, Palladium of ATV that began his breeding career in the Summer of 2014 . NS .38 Midnight Special, an exceptionally fine blue black joined our Steller Stud™ line up in 2013 so we are also looking forward to his first cria which will begin hitting the ground in May 2015. All our males have good temperaments!
Who is behind ALPACAS of Tualatin Valley?
Lona is a retired accountant and aviator who traded in her suits, high heels and helicopter for jeans, tennis shoes and alpacas. She has a deep love of these wonderful creatures and it shows in her management. She has developed an outstanding nutrition program with the assistance of renowned nutritionists, and works tirelessly with distinguished veterinarians to maintain the health and well being of her herd. She has strived to build one of the finest and most diverse small herds in the nation.
John is a retired electronics engineer and manufacturer of solid-state equipment. After 40 corporate years, John finds great satisfaction in designing equipment at his leisure for use with the alpacas. His first nationally recognized invention was the UltraVac designed to ease Lona’s workload in pasture maintenance. It quickly caught on and sold country wide. John also developed The Frank Fountain, a heated and easy to clean automatic water system and continues to come up with new and innovative ideas.