When we purchased Cashpaca as part of our foundation herd we expected awesome cria and that is what we are getting. The combination of Cashpaca and our herdsire SA Peruvian Lord & Master have provided us with two award winning offspring (Harvest Moon and September Rain).
Cashpaca's winter 2011 cria appears to be just what we were looking for when we bred her to our multiple champion Jeremiah son (MFI Peruvian Reality Check). The result was a great looking fawn boy appropriately named Cash or Check in honor of his parents.
We have bred Cashpaca to our grey herdsire. MFI Peruvian Charge to hopefully produce a grey cria. Time will tell and we will know in the summer of 2013.
SA Peruvian Lord & Master
Light Fawn, 845226, Full Peruvian
SA Peruvian Lord & Master never had the opportunity to strut his stuff in the show ring (his previous owners were too busy to show), but he carries himself with the pride of a champion.
He has produced two blue ribbon winning offspring, one male and one female, and we are anxiously awaiting the arrival of his Fall 2010 cria.
Lord & Master boasts great fiber coverage, density and soft handle. While most of his offspring so far have been light fawn, he does have a brown spot near his mouth and he just produced a brown male. Stop by our farm to visit Lord & Master and his offspring. You will see why we are excited to have him as a herdsire and you may even find a place for him in your own breeding program.
September Rain is a farm favorite because of her friendly, inquisitive nature. She has perfect conformation, large bone and is a good sized girl. Rain has lots of buttery soft fleece with excellent crimp structure and great coverage.
September Rain's pedigree is filled with top-notch genetics including notables such as 6Peruvian Attocha's Gold and Peruvian King.
As a producer, September Rain is an easier birther with abundant milk. Her firs cria was a brown male with a very nice fleece sired by MFI Peruvian Charge (DSG)
We have left September Rain open until the spring of 2014 when we will breed her for an animal of color.
September Rain comes with free breedings for life to any Luna Sky Alpacas herdsire.
Awards Received First Place, 2010 Spring Alpaca Show, Huron, Ohio. Third Place, (Walking Fleece) 2010 Spring Alpaca Show, Huron, Ohio.