The old boy is still capable of competing with the latest and greatest! Futurity 2009, Socosani's son, Kodachrome placed 4th in the juvi rose grey male COMBINED group. Of course there were 2 males standing above him that did NOT have tuxedo's (Snowmass and Crescent Moon's animals)and looked totally brown from the outside, and I don't consider these type of boys actual "greys" and I would NEVER count on them to produce grey offspring when in reality they are roans! If Socosani can still produce offspring of this caliper after 15 years, I think he is a "hall of fame" alpaca who can demand a $3000 breeding fee! NO - he is not the crimp upgrader, ... he is your COLOR boy - the one who can DELIVER you a grey or rose grey with the dams fleece character while adding and maintaining fineness and staple length - don't forget about that FANTASTIC coverage too!
Included in your breeding fee: ultrasound confirmation of pregnancy, 60 days free board for dam and cria, plus our FEMALE G
Peruvian Black Magic, Peruvian Jaxon, Peruvian Socosani all wrapped up in this gorgeous true black female. Sweet Polly is a doll!
The first thing you will notice is her perfect conformation, perfect bite and heavy bone. Her coverage extends from the tip of her ears to the tip of her toes. She has her daddy's Socosani's head with his signature square muzzle. Polly has density and softness as expected from the CPeruvian Jaxon linage. The high frequency, high amplitude jet black fleece is a sign of her entire heritage. Crimp from head to toe with wonderful handle.
Polly has been bred to Sunset Hills Zepplin and will sell with an additional breeding, and yes, you may transfer the breeding to any female you own. Why Zepplin? His fleece fineness, his density, his bone...complete package and a chance at rose grey!
Polly had a true black female cria 6-7-2011..Anka's Peruvian Lady Priscilla. Priscilla was sold at 3 months of age, the buyer had a long wait for us to wean her, but she now lives in Michigan. Her 2010 cria Penny was purchased by Steeple View Alpacas in PA as a foundation female, at her first show she got a second look for Reserve Color Champion!!