The first thing you will notice about Miss Daisy is her size. She is a very large alpaca -- everything from her hocks on up is "supersized" but NOT out of proportion. She is truly an alpaca, no long banana ears or pointy skinny muzzle, she has all the good alpaca traits from top to bottom. Her bone structure is nearly double that of an average alpaca, and she weights in on a normal basis at about 225 lbs. She was born in northwest Canada, and she is dual registered. Her son, Infiniti, has been a champion show boy for our farm. A Reserve Championship by the Diamond Judge at the Triple Crown and several 1st and 2nd place finishes in other large shows, including Ohio's Alpacafest. Infiniti placed 2nd to Cas Cad Nac's Archangel, with the judge going back and forth many times before putting Infiniti in 2nd place. Then she surprised us all with a dark brown cria out of Socosani last year, Charlie Brown, he was sold as a junior herdsire after placing in the ribbon circle at every show he was in. In 2005 she gave us a beautiful female from Peruvian Black Magic who sold at $25000 right away. Her 2006 cria came and went off the farm fast. He is a Pinto from a Grey sire? Her 2007 cria, half accoyo out of Stonewall, looks like a winner, soft and crimpy!! Daisy thinks she is small girl, and you will not see her getting aggresive or spitting very often, thank God, with her size she could kick _ss on everything in the field! She can be handled easily and has learned the behavior of "trust" around 2-leggers. Her offspring shear a phenominal amount of fleece, her son Infiniti sheared 11 lbs last year and it looks like Charlie Brown will be close to that this spring! Her sire, Guillermo, he was a fiber monster himself!
2010, Daisy gave us a fawn male out of a black sire, 2012 a dark brown cria out of our Rose grey color champion, Crusader. Daisy is rebred to Troubadour, a white super champion with spectacular lineage.
Awards Received Miss Daisy is carrying a dark brown recessive gene. This is evident upon her breeding to our grey stud Socosani. Since grey alpacas can ONLY give 2 black color genes, and all other colors override black, Socosani gave black and Miss Daisy gave the dark brown -- resulting in Charlie Brown being born. So Charlie carries a black and dark brown color gene ... no worry about him producing whites unless he is bred with a female that provides the white color gene! No wonder Miss Daisy's female cria from Black Magic was scooped up like a hotcake, she is carrying white and BLACK as her color genes! Bred to black or grey, the cria has a good chance of being black or grey.