We have a pretty solid herdsire line-up for color and genetic diversity. What we needed was a top quality Peruvian black male who was breeding, or at least just about ready to jump into the line-up. We looked, but couldn't find the right combination of exceptional fleece characteristics, superior show record, and solid genetics. That was before I laid my eyes on MFI Georgetown at the Futurity auction. When the auctioneer actually said "SOLD" and pointed in my direction, I knew our partnership had just made a major step in acquiring the services of a black male that would make a major impact on all of our herds. Georgetown brings to a breeding wonderful fineness, consistent crimp, impressive bone density, impeccable conformation.....can you tell I REALLY like this guy? Amanda VandenBosch REALLY liked him too and awarded him the Color Champion Banner at the Level V Empire Extravaganza. She couldn't stop complimenting him on his size, soft fiber, consistent crimp and tremendous m
"Wow"...those are the first words that usually pop out after opening up this black gem's fleece. She has an incredibly long staple length that opens up to reveal the surprisingly shiny and crimpy black staples. She hit the Big Time with her first class at MAPACA, the largest show on the East Coast. With a blue ribbon and a good look from the judge for the Reserve Color Banner, Agatha is the second Georgetown offspring to earn a blue ribbon this Spring. She is a carbon copy of her half brother, Blaze of Glory, in crimp, staple length, fineness, and the trademark Georgetown head. Here is a black female that will have a wonderful show career, retire to your foundation female list, and produce outstanding offspring of her own. There are not many true black females with the fiber quality, genetics, and conformation of Agatha. Agatha returned from the Northeast Expo with another blue ribbon! Jude Anderson declared her a "clear winner" in the class and praised her for her combination of staple length, fineness, and density.
Agatha's first breeding is included with her purchase price. Options include two Accoyos who are producing rich color, or our 8X banner winner Lancaster's Highland Chieftain. Contact us now about Agatha and you can decide on her first date to meet your breeding goals. This girl is a beauty.
Agatha's financed price of $8500 allows for payments with $2125 down and 12 monthly payments of $531.25 a month. Or choose 20% off for a cash price of $6800.
Contact us about packaging Agatha with anyone else on the sales list and the option of adding additional breedings to any of our outstanding herdsires.
Awards Received 1st: 2011 MAPACA Jubilee 1st: 2011 Northeast Expo 4th: 2012 VAOBA Alpaca Show