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Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  4/21/2009
Heritage:   1/4 Bolivian, 3/4 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  31492942
Color:  White

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DAFI Chenoa   


White, 842919, Peruvian & Bolivian

  Bravado's Alianza Medallion  
    Beige, 1218411, Full Peruvian  

An amazing male from an impressive pedigree. Fleece that is so soft and bright that it is hard to describe. Distinct staple bundles with high frequency crimp, consistent from one end of his fleece to the other. You can see his conformation in his photos, but he is amazing to see in person. Come check him out. As a beige male, he has great potential for breeding color with spectacular fleece if that is your goal. As a full Alianza male he has the potential to breed fine fleeces that will stay fine for a lifetime. To find out more about Alianza genetics you can go to . He has dams confirmed pregnant by ultrasound, the first is due to arrive in the summer of 2008. We are offering ten introductory breedings at a price of $1000.

July 2008 Medallion's first son hits the ground running! Awesome young male. More crias to come soon.

===Follicles per sq. mm ==S/P Ratio==
Watts ... 54.6................. 10.2
Evans ...



  Sixth Day Medallion's Chenango is boarding at: 
Kinney Valley Alpacas in Ontario, WI

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Sixth Day Medallion's Chenango

Listed at $2000 by Wayne and Leann  Jarvis & Chris Powers of Brockport, NY

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Don't let the reasonable price fool you; Chenango may be the best buy on our sales list. This young female has so much to offer, and the pedigree to back it up. While not a perfect 'fit' for the Sixth Day breeding program, she may be just what you are looking for.

Fleece - With over 5" of staplelenght on her first fleece, the crimp tightened up as she approached her first shearing to 7 crimps per inch. The small staples break up into true bundles. There is good uniformity of mircon, with the primaries being only slightly stonger than the secondaries. Best of all, this fleece has the texture of a silky cloud. Heavenly!

More info will be added soon. In the meantime, email or call for details - or come visit.

Sixth Day Farm proudly co-owns Chenango with Kinney Valley Alpacas.

Price: $2000 



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This listing was last updated on 10/17/2012 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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