Park View Alpacas


Alpacas for Sale in Oregon:

Here are some upcoming and recent featured alpaca sales announcements.
Also see our alpaca sales page.

Prestige Alpaca Auction


We would like to extend a heartfelt
"Thank You" to all the buyers at the
Prestige Alpaca Auction, 2008!

Diamonte of PVA sold to A.J.'s Alpaca Ranch in Navarre, Ohio, Erin Williams-Kerns, Glenn Kerns and Cathy Williams. Thank you and congratulations. The Kerns purchased Diamonte of PVA for $195,000. We are thrilled that Diamonte will be going to a wonderful new home.
— David and Nancy TenHulzen
Park View Alpacas, West Linn, Oregon

                     A message from the Kerns:
"Diamonte is an incredible addition to the journey we started over a year ago. Glenn and I purchased a 24 acre farm last summer where I built my dream farm, and he constructed his ideal photography studio. When I discovered that Diamonte would be at the Prestige Alpaca Auction, I knew that he would be the perfect addition for the new farm. Thanks to my parents, Joe & Kathy Williams, this became a real possibility. We are honored to have such an incredible animal residing at A.J.'s Alpaca Ranch, and are anxious to see his first cria running through our pastures.

Thanks again Dave & Nancy for providing us this opportunity. We are truly blessed.
" —Erin Williams-Kerns & Glenn Kerns
A.J.'s Alpaca Ranch, Navarre, Ohio


diamonte video


was purchased by Barbara Boineau of River Run Ranch. Congratulations and thank you!


Congratulations and Thank You to These Buyers

Page Nitterhouse, Shasta Springs Alpacas
Laurie Mayes, Ivy Lane Alpacas
Tripp Forstner, TNT Farms
Warren Shand, Accoyos of Virginia
James Fish, Full Tilt Alpacas
Joe Kyger, Alpacas of Maple Grove Farm LLC
Edna Harden, West Penn Alpacas
Jeff Harris, JGH Farms LLC
Patti Jennings, WillowBend Alpaca Farms LLC

Thank you all for a very successful event! Please join us again on June 19th & 20th, 2009 for the Prestige Alpaca Auction 2009 at Mountaineer Resort in Chester, WV!


We want to offer our sincere thanks to Debbie Hirt and Helen Humphreys of Silver Penn Sales and their crew for a wonderful event. A Special THANKS to the buyers of our three lovely girls offered at the Eastern Extreme Alpaca Auction. These Park View females had the highest selling average among consigned alpacas at the Eastern Extreme Auction.

Augustina of PVA belongs to Todd and Debbie Hirt of West Penn Alpacas with Steve & Robyn La Salvia of North Penn Alpacas!


Thank You!

Larry and Libby Johnson of
Likada Farm Alpacas are the new owners of
Vacara of PVA.

Thank You!

Coutura of PVA
has a new home with
William Dilworth and Bettina Beight
 Sycamore Valley Alpaca Farm

Thank You!

Park View All American Alpacas
David, Nancy and Nick TenHulzen
3001 Schaeffer Road West Linn, OR 97068

Toll Free Phone (888) 4-ALPACAS (888-425-7222)
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Randy Welman with The Mahogany Prince of PVA

On January 12, 2004, Randy Welman of American Style Farms, purchased The Mahogany Prince for a WORLD RECORD PRICE of $325,000.00. When the time came, we were reluctant to sell him and certainly hate to see him go, as his gentle nature and stunning appearance have made him a joy to have on the ranch since the day he was born here. For the first time ever, The Mahogany Prince of PVA will be available for limited outside breedings at his new home. More about The Mahogany Prince of PVA.

From left to right: Montoya of PVA, Kobe of PVA,
Keanu of PVA and their sire, Mahogany Prince of PVA

Mahogany Prince's documented success has never been about numbers, as we donated a few, but sold no outside breedings. His success has always been about QUALITY! The percentage of his offspring who have won championships at MAJOR shows is nothing short of phenomenal!


Fayrose and Irv
Entering the alpaca business in retirement.

Congratulations to Fayrose and Irv on the purchase of Sheyna, a black daughter of the black suri Color Champion and sire of Champions, Kobe of PVA.

Two years ago, in 2005, Irv Lassoff, my fiancé, retired medical doctor, and I visited an alpaca show and fell in love with those little cuties. We saw what we really loved- the suris at Barbara and Randy Coleman's. So we purchased our first suri, Samantha, who gives us so much affection, and we return it to her.

We found Cindy Harris and her home in Camarillo, California. So we now have a hands-on visit, and we are looking forward to her coming cria from Kobe, the suri we admire the most.

We just purchased our little dream of a beautiful young, 4 month old, black suri, a daughter of our favorite, Kobe. We named her Sheyna; that means beautiful. We will take her to many shows to hopefully take home the champion ribbons that we also have with Samantha.

After a few short weeks Sheyna Lee knows us and comes to eat out of our hands. Pretty soon she will come up for daily hugs as Samantha does.

Alpacas keep our lives very active going to shows, seminars, reading Suri News. After retiring from a life on TV commercials, etc., and Irv retiring from medicine, we'll be in the go - our motto.

We hope to grow old but never be old. After 20 years on TV and a performing tap dancing group, I need the excitement of breeding, showing, and having crias. I swim laps for an hour daily at 6:00 a.m.

Retirement was never good for Irv. He plays tennis daily and is working on his upcoming "How To" book on medicine for the layman. We expect it to be a best seller.

Now we have friends after us asking, "What is an alpaca?" They are lined up to buy one.

So here's to more fun in life! — Fayrose


Cindy Rogers & Pat Riley
Talking Creek Farm in Georgia

Black Diamond of PVA

Congratulations to Cindy Rogers & Pat Riley of Talking Creek Farm in Georgia on the purchase of Black Diamond of PVA.

Exclusively raise Suri Alpacas. In the business for 2 years - currently own 14 alpacas - 7 females and 7 males. Farm is 30 acres in the north Georgia mountains with our new home and a large new barn that houses our alpacas, three Great Pyrenees and three barn cats.

Pat's a custom home builder in North Georgia and Cindy is an executive assistant for The Coca-Cola Company. Both looking forward to retiring as full-time alpaca breeders in the next few years.

And, we can't wait for Black Diamond of PVA to arrive. We hope he will be bringing his superior bloodlines to the southeast and look forward to the future when we will have his crias on the ground. Black Diamond won Color Champion at the 2006 Monterey Pronk. We will be entering him is several shows in Jan, Feb and March in Florida, North and South Carolina and Tennessee.

Cindy Rogers & Pat Riley, Talking Creek Farm
457 Pettit Road, Ellijay, GA 30536
Phone: 706-698-5600

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Park View All American Alpacas
David, Nancy & Nick TenHulzen  
3001 SW Schaeffer Road
West Linn, Oregon 97068
1-888-4-ALPACAS   (888-425-7222)
Phone: 503-638-3692
Fax: 1-503-638-PACA (7222)


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