Barbaranna is a 5 year old 3/4 Peruvian. She is a great mother with excellent milk production for her cria. Barbaranna has lineage that includes grandsire 4Peruvian Matador and dam's sire PPeruvian Emilio. Barbarana gave birth on February 4 to a beautifull medium brown girl sired by our blue ribbon herdsire Donato. Her brown fleece is very bright and has very good density.
Barbaranna will be bred in May to get a spring 2010 cria. She would come with a breeding to any of our herdsires as well as a 2010 breeding and our live birth guarantee, lifetime breeding discounts to any OLA herdire and financing if needed.
IHA Presidio's Donato
White, 1345469, Full Peruvian
If your looking for fleece with crimp, density, brightness and handle this 3/8 accoyo male has it all. Son of Peruvian Presidio, one of Caligula's greatest sons, as well as Royal Fawn and Hemingway on the dams side. Donato's demeanor is gentle and he is very easy to handle. What great genetics to add to any herd. Truly some of the best fleece you will find. Donato's fleece placed 5th in the 2008 AOBA National F2F Fleece Show. Donato has several cria on the ground and his offspring all carry the fleece characteristics that you want to see passed down. The density, fineness, crimp and brightness are outstanding. 2008 shearing, 7.2 lb. blanket and 12 lbs. total sheer weight! His histogram from 2007 to 2008 remained very close still carrying a 23 micron at 4 years of age.
20% discount on breeding fee for 2. Drive byes available for $1000.
Serena has a reddish brown fiber that is so bright. Her sire, Presidio's Donato also has that brightness to his fleece as well. She has excellent density and very good bundling. Her AFD in 2010 was a 21 micron. Her sire Peruvian Donato, maintained a 23.8 micron at 8 years of age. This is the lingering fineness we all breed for. Serena has a full top knot and leg coverage to her front toes. Serena comes with a great pedigree with Caligula, Presidio, 4Peruvian Matador, Royal Fawn, Hemingway and PPeruvian Emilio genetics. Serena had a medium brown girl (Piper) in late September 2011 who made 2 show appearances in 2012 taking 2nd place at both shows in large classes. This girl has many productive years and as we have seen, puts quality offspring on the ground. For someone looking to start into alpacas, or someone looking to upgrade their herd, Serena is a real bargain. Serena would come with a breeding to any Oak Lawn Alpacas herd sire. Any reasonable offer will be considered.