4Peruvian Josefina is an exemplary illustration of the fine-fleeced alpacas from the Kenamari region of Peru. She is a wonderful mother with exquisite fleece and lock structure.
When Josefina has been bred to color, she has thrown color. This has been evident multiple times, having produced a beautiful dark maroon female that placed first at the MaPACA Jubilee (largest alpaca show then with almost 1000 alpacas). Another cria was a medium brown show ribbon winning female that sold at the AOBA National Show Auction. Her last cria is a handsome junior herdsire that sold prior to weaning.
Medium Brown, 832504, Full Peruvian
****In 2009, Felipi did it again. For the 3rd year in a row, he produced grey out of LF dam. Plus this year he produced another True Black out of a beige/white dam. Way to go Felipi! ****
Peruvian Felipi is a TWO time Reserve Champion suri. His Championship banners were won against strong competition at major shows, including the OABA AlpacaFest and the MaPACA Jubilee (largest show at the time). He also has BLUE and RED Ribbons from the very competitive Futurity and the PAOBA Breeder's Showcase. The judges for some of these shows included the well respected suri-judges Susan Tellez and Mary Reed.
Felipi is a full Peruvian suri herdsire with rich color genetics. Felipi's sire is the late great Peruvian Angel, who's produced color so well he had a color guarantee. His dam is Feliz of Peru, a medium brown Peruvian Aureo daughter. Feliz is now owned by one of the largest farms in the US for use as their own production female. Felipi's grand da
So why would we sell one of the best alpacas ever born on our farm (from the 100+ born in 14 years)? Because he is related to multiple of our herd sires.
Allegheny Peruvina Earl Grey is a handsome full Peruvian multiple CHAMPION, ready to start his trade.
His dam is Allegheny Peruvian King Coal's granddam and his sire is our multi-Champion herd sire, Peruvian Felipi (info on these boys is on our alpacanation page: http://alpacanation.com/farmsa..... Since Earl Grey is related to multiple of our herd sires, his use for our farm may be limited. He is one of the nicest males born on our farm since King Coal in 2004, which we believe says a lot about him.
Earl Grey can still be shown if interested. He is one of the favorite alpacas you can show, as he has never taken second place. He has a blue ribbon & Reserve Championship banner at the MaPACA Jubilee in 2010; and another blue ribbon & the Championship banner at the MaPACA Jubilee in 2011. He also has a 2010 PAOBA blue ribbon as well as a blue ribbon from 2010 AOBA Nationals. All were halter classes in full fleece. His 2011 blue ribbon and Champion banner were in his second (regrowth) fleece (as we shear everyone each spring).
Add this really impressive male to your herd!
Awards Received CHAMPION -- 2011 MAPACA Jubilee, Gray males (in regrowth fleece!)