Anais is our best foundation female, imported from Peru. She has produced numerous champion and ribbon winning crias. Her fleece is still extremely fine, dense, and crimpy even at her advanced age.
NWA Ltd. Accoyo Finito
White, 817112, Full Peruvian
Son of Pperuvian FELIX. FULL Accoyo Peruvian with numerous blue ribbons to his credit. Fine fleece more dense than Karastan carpet, shearing 8 1/2 pounds of blanket in 2006,2007, and 2008, and full body weighing more than 12 lbs. Conformation is near perfect. High amplitude crimp. Judge quoted "what we should be breeding for.....and to". He has multiple crias to his credit now and all have exceptional fleeces, great conformation, and many are COLORED. His yearling son just took two Grand Champion banners at CABO and Southern Select shows! He has improved every dam's qualities that he has bred. His ability to throw color is seen with some crias being beige, one apricot, one brown, and one ROSE GRAY! Some are out of white dams. We'll be taking a few of these to the shows!!! If your breeding program needs density and fineness, Finito can make it happen. Finito is among the "Best of the Best".
Sahale is a stunning, stately herdsire with superior genetics, sought by great breeders and the show ring. His conformation is absolutely correct, and he carries himself proudly. His fleece is super fine, dense, dense, dense, and has high amplitude crimp, just as you would expect from the Accoyo line. Sahale is sired by award winning NWA, Ltd. Accoyo's Finito, out of FELIX. His dam is our best import Peruvian female who has every one of her shown offspring holding ribbons and championships. Sahale carries color genes as proven by his full sublings, and has all the characteristics of their champion qualities. He is being offered at this incredible price because our farm has multiple sires of his genetic background. Sahale is an exceptional sire in every respect, and we offer him with pride. He is available for breeding, with a discount for multiple breedings. If you are looking to bring your herd qualities up to the top, and situate your herd well in the future fiber market, Sahale can take your herd there. He sheared a 7 1/2 lb blanket of luxurious fiber this spring.