Lacey sells with her male cria, Jumanji for an incredible price of $6,000!!
Lacey has a lovely feminine head and dense, crimpy fiber with wonderful hand and GREAT FINENESS!! She also has excellent conformation. Lacey has no doubt impressed us with her excellent mothering skills - always attentive at her cria's side with love and attention and plenty of milk. Her crias have all been of exceptional quality!
8th Cria: Rustic's Jumanji(DOB:6/3/11) a Very Fine, Shiny Black Male by Rustic's Peruvian Jabari (Beige)
7th Cria: Rustic's Black Starlight (DOB:7/6/09), a Very Fine, Incredibly Shiny Black Girl by Our Peruvian Black Jag (True Black)
6th Cria: Rustic's Saeger (DOB:6/30/08), a striking Bay Black Male by CPeruvian Accoyo Express (Light Fawn)
5th Cria: Rustic's Diego (DOB: 10/30/06), an Awesome Medium Silver Grey Male by Avalon's Durango (Med. Rose Grey/Lt. Silver Grey)
Medium Rose Grey, 807722, 3/4 Peruvian
REFERENCE HERDSIRE LISTING:
Durango's lovely medium rose grey fiber is one of the truest rose grey colors we have ever seen. While his fiber no long carries the fineness it once did, it continues to be wonderfully consistent, retaining nice hand. His conformation and balance are excellent, representing characteristics we want to pass on to future generations. As one judge put it, "He is so striking that you just WANT to place him first!"
Durango's crias have been wonderful with bright, crimpy fiber and exceptional staple length. Their fiber is even better than either their sire's or dam's...exactly what we want from a herdsire!
Durango has reluctantly been retired from breeding as we are now using our two black herdsires with our grey and black females. Avalon Farm has been Durango's home since his birth, and he will continue to live here with us with our thanks. He is listed here for reference purposes only.
Here is one that has fooled us....way back when he was a youngster, he was bay black...which is why we registered him as such. Through the course of time, however, Big Al has become a Very Handsome Grey Male with a colorful genetic background. His sire is a rose grey & his mom is black, but continues to become more grey with age as well!
He stands proud and flows smoothly in his gait. Big Al also has strong bones, a conformationally correct body, a nice typey head and beautiful crimpy fiber. His fiber is dense and has a great handle to it. His mother passed her awesome fine fiber right down to him.
DVZ'S Gray Legend - Med. Silver Grey Male from Med. Silver Grey Dam
DVZ's Ace Of Spades - True Black Male from Dark Brown Dam
Prairie Sky's Finnigan - Med. Fawn Male from a Bay Black Dam
Prairie Sky's Tully - True Black Male from Med. Silver Grey Dam
Rustic's Phoenix - True Black Male from Bay Black Dam
Rustic's Sarah Bella - Med.Fawn Female from True Black Dam
Rustic's Scarlet - Med. Brown Female from Med. Brown Dam
Rustic's Sangrita - Light Fawn Female from Med. Fawn Dam
Rustic's Alecia - Dark Brown Female from Bay Black Dam
Rustic's Shear Elegeance - True Black Female from True Black Dam
Rustic's Tyrone - Dark Brown Male from Med. Brown Dam
Rustic's Jose Cuervo - Dark Fawn Male from Med. Fawn Dam
unnamed premature/stillborn sadly, this little Medium Brown Female from a Med. Brown Dam didn't make it
All of these crias have been very impressive!
Awards Received 4th Place: Black 2 & Older Huacaya Males - 2004 Northern Illinois Alpaca Extravaganza, Grayslake, IL.
4th Place: Black Yearling & Older Huacaya Males - 2004 Spring Fling, Appleton, WI.
2nd Place: Black Juvenile Huacaya Males - 2003 Spring Fling III, Appleton, WI
2nd Place: Bay Black Juvenile Huacaya Males - 2003 Kentucky Classic, Louisville, KY.