Peruvian White. Paloma is currently the 2nd finest fleeced female on our farm. Shes bred to Manchester, a handsome, PAOBA and OABA blue-ribbon winner, as well as a 4th place AOBA Nationals placement, for a Fall '07 cria.
White, 815732, Full Peruvian
Full Peruvian White w/ small Fawn spots. This herdsire has excellent conformation, as do many. However, he also has a calm demeanor and an eye-catching presence. Add to that a wonderful outgoing personality that carries through to offspring. Hes one of those alpacas that's so much fun to be around as he's friendly but still knows his job. His offspring continually meet expectations. He's a large-boned fellow who stands out in a group of males.
Raza is 7 now, and his fiber maintains its loveliness and fineness! He is a medium sized, well balanced, impressive male and has perfect conformation. He his full Peruvian with bloodlines that are not saturated! His grandsire is Mister Universe, known for having some very nice offspring and Peruvian Touch of Gold as his great-grandsire. Raza is also a very nice boy and easy to handle.
Raza keeps intriguing us. When he arrived on our farm, his fleece looked awful. Monthly dewormings for M worm (in Ohio) took its toll on his lovely fleece. But,it has improved and now boasts very high frequency crimps (9-10 per inch), super fine fiber with low SD. This is the Incan style crimp that almost looks like no crimps. If you look closely, this crimp is nothing but ZIPPER! It is still a bit fuzzy because of the fineness, but WOW!
He was bred to Pinenut Alpacas Millie, and she produced an outstanding female with the finest fleece ever.
Raza is now ready to breed and is BVDV free.
Awards Received 4th place - EVAA Fleece Show 2008. There was no 1st in this mature class. Very tough judge. Raza was given 17/20 for fineness and handle! The shearer cut his fiber very unevenly, so Raza received lower points for uniformity of length. Very unfortunate.