Avenganza is the first reason we purchased Royal Avenger when we had the chance to do it. Her half sister, Aviana, is the second reason. Both females are stylish and elegant and a wonderful representation of what Royal Avenger produces.
This young female, out of our Accoyo Royal Avenger, a Royal Fawn son, is feminine, elegant, well balanced, bold and eyecatching.
Open her peachy fawn fleece and you will see it part into fine, well-defined staples. It is consistent from skin to tip and from shoulder to hip.
Avenganza has been bred to a medium fawn full Accoyo herdsire, Lincoln, for a spring 2009 offspring. Lincoln is the son of Accoyo Leon. I'd be willing to bet that this match will criate a fawn colored offspring. One can only hope!
Lincoln is a big robust male with heavy bone and extreme coverage, His yearly staple length is six inches and he is throwing that to his offspring. His first cria are stunning with straight conformation, full coverage and loads of presence. Even the girls walk the walk!
Lincoln is an irresistible medium fawn full Accoyo herdsire and is the son of the darkest full Accoyo in the United States, Accoyo Leon. His dam is an exquisite light fawn El Moustachio daughter.
In the tradition of Hiben Hollow animals, Lincoln has straight and square conformation, a beautiful head, full coverage and excellent fleece character - in one word - Irresistible.
This boy is ready to breed. Use him on your girls this spring, sell some breedings to him, and have him paid for in one season! It doesn't get any better than that. And, the good thing is, you will be breeding quality into your herd.
Leon, El Moustachio, Royal Avenger and Royal Fawn are the Accoyo greats in this young guy's background. And his sire, Accoyo Lincoln, and his dam, Accoyo Avenganza, made it all possible.
Born in May of 2009 and weighing in at 15.9 pounds, Legend seemed to be on steroids! He was flying around the pastures with everyone at his heels. He's independent and confident and has star power written all over him.
Now let's talk about the real "stuff". At 13 days shy of one year of age, he had a 15.9 AFD; we're not talking about as soon as he dried off! His SD is 3.4, his CV is 21.5 and his fibers greater than 30 microns is 0.7%. He's got a long staple length and beautiful coverage with a full bonnet. His conformation is correct, as is his bite.
Norm Evans' skin biopsy done on November 2012 on AOV Accoyo Royal Legend shows a density of 69.25 follicles/square mm with an S/P ratio of 13.8 and 4 out of 4 gland presence, which is responsible for healthy fiber showing above average brightness -- "far above average for density, S/P and gland presence", Dr. Evans states. Consider adding this MF full Accoyo to boost your herd's fiber traits.