Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 31800136 Color:
White, 31123853, 1/4 Bolivian, 3/4 Peruvian
Laurasia, aka Asia, is the second daughter of our farm mega producer, Aldea. Aldea never fails us in producing exemplary cria. Solid conformation, exquisite fleece and presence from the get go.
Asia is a light colored darling. She is covered from her nose to over the tips of her toes. You cannot see her toe nails and her head is just a round bundle of fleece. Her cria fiber was extreme in density and bright, with highly advanced fleece characteristics. It was shown and received high points in fleece competition. Her second fleece also had highly defined architecture, birhgtness, extreme density and long staple length. Alot of fleece packed on this gal. Several people who have seen Asia have told us "she is the densest female we have ever put our hands on". When shown in halter, the judge commented she was the "densest female she had seen in the show". (and she has a low micron to compliment her density) We are really excited about her potential as a first rate dam.
Wawate Ca Nagi (aka Wah Ta)is a special male. His full name is derived from the native american Lakota language, meaning "Gentle Soul". He arrived in the middle of a massive thunderstorm, late at night, with alot of assistance from us. Chaos all around and yet he was as strong and gentle natured as they come. So, hence his name.
Wate is a full Peruvian out of one of our favorite dam's, Bonita. He is white, with beautiful fleece, exhibiting advanced organization and brightness. A quick look and you will know he is carrying a super fine fleece. Wate has excellent lineage to compliment his attractive phenotype. He is from RA Peruvian White Lighting, who carries both Hemingway and Leon in his lineage. Wate's dam, Bonita, is a big framed female, from the El Moustacio and Victor lineage. Bonita is from a line of females that maintain very fine fleeces into mature years. Bonita's granddam was still carrying a 23 micron at about 13 years or more of age. Wate's sister by Bonit
Siren of PEF, aka Cricket, is a very nice medium fawn yearling female. She is the first offspring for both our lovely white Laurasia and Prairie's Wawate Ca Nagi, our multi champion white herdsire. We decided the fawn jumped on through from the late great CPeruvian Winchester, Laurasia's grandsire.
However the color came through, as this paca has many superior qualities found primarily in high end whites - superior brightness, incredible density and small, frequent highly defined crimp. When you open her fleece it is really something - the coppery color glints in the sun and is stunning.
You might ask why we call this little lady Cricket? Well, she is just a happy go lucky gal who likes to jump like a cricket at the slightest reason to show happiness. So fun!
Come see her, her photos do not do her justice. She is camera shy!