Full peruvian Limbani has very dense fine high frequency crimp. She is retaining a 23 afd at the age of 7. She has won numerous ribbons encluding 2 grand champion. She has produced 7 GIRLS including a black girl out of MB.
LIONAL'S WORLD CLASS PROVEN GENETICS There is always one great son out of each great herdsire that not only carries on the great genetics of his father, but improves upon those genetics. LIONAL is the chosen one. LIONAL has demonstrated the powerful prototype of himself through his offspring. LIONAL was the most sought after herdsire in Canada. Farms kept rebreeding to LIONAL year after year, because it was the way to develop champion after champion after champion. LIONAL has had a tremendous influence on the Canadian herd. The Canadians wrote about LIONAL, "LIONAL is well known for his beneficial genetics and gives his crias exceptional conformation, solid bone,density and uniformity in fleece. LIONAL'S fiber starts at the top of his head and ends at his toes. " LIONAL has sired numerous champions in the Canadian show circuit including the 2002 Farm Fair International Supreme Champion and the 2002 Alpacafest Grand Champion Male, Grand Champion Female, and S
Layla is a gorgous girl with fine, dense fiber. It is one of my favorite to hand spin because of its soft, buttery feel. Layla is top shelf all the way. Her sire is NGG Lionel, one of Bueno's best sons. Lionel now has limited breeding and is stud fee is $7,500! Her mother is a two time Canadan Grand Champion. Layla herself has never been shown, however we know that she would have done well.
Layla has produced color in the past when bred to white, a beautiful fawn girl out of Peruvian Ivano and we expect for her to consistently through color when bred to fawn or better
Layla wrote the book on how to give birth and be a great mother. She has always given birth unassisted and is a perfect mother to her babies. She is easy to be around in the barn and is very health. With such a sweet face it is easy to fall in love with this girl, I know I have.
Her 2011 cria, Esperanza, by Powerplay's Bradford, just took a blue ribbon at 10 months at the 2012 NAAS! And with a micron of 15, it was well deserved! Esperanza was sold just 24 hours after the NAAS! Esperanza has gone on to win second at MAPCA, and second at the Vermont show (2012) Amanda could not say enough about her finess and brightness all for her new owners. We were so thrilled with Esperanza that we have decided to bread Layla back to Bradford for a 2013 cria! I hate the wait! Update: two other Bradford girls went to win Champions during this fall season shows.
UPDATE! The wait is over! Layla gave birth to a stunning light fawn boy and you better get out your sun glasses! he is bright, bright, bright! Just like his full sister. We can not wait to see what he does when he grows up and is ready for the spring show season.
If you are looking to add something special and proven to you herd Layla is your girl.Perfect in every way!
We are keeping Layla open for now, but if you choose to purchase this top shelf girl we can have her bred to Bradford, SA Cobra or wait and see how our new boy Wildfire develops