Delilah is a full Peruvian with beautiful soft shiny fleece and vicuna markings. She delivered her first 5 crias easily, and had plenty of milk. She and Elever's Balle have produced 3 outstanding crias together, one light brown, one medium fawn and one solid true BLACK, and so we felt we had to rebreed them. We can't wait to see what they come up with next. Delilah is not for sale at any price.
This guy has a lineage that can't be beat. His father was Get of Sire at AOBA in 1998, and his maternal grandfather was one of the most sought after Peruvian imports who sold for $105,000 back in 1994 and now lives in Australia. That bloodline is extremely limited here in the states.
"Buddy" is so dense and his coverage is so complete that he looks like a polar bear. He has a uniform crimp and very nice handle to his fleece. His great conformation and personality make him a herdsire with everything. When it comes to herdsires, we believe that "the proof is in the progeny". His first 15 crias are on the ground, 8 females and 7 males, and they are gorgeous colors, including black, with lots of crimpy fleece, perfect conformation and beautiful typey heads. He has more on the way and we can't wait. We have learned that Buddy is what is known as a "diluter"; although he's white he throws color when bred to color.
May update: Please check out his latest offspring; a be
She's beige, with a reddish dark fawn tinge to her eyebrows, eyelashes, and sprinkled down her neck. She's turned out to be a farm favorite because of her sweet personality.
Parasol had the misfortune to have a breech birth on the vet's day off. She made it just fine, but the cria, a beautiful light fawn boy with gorgeous fleece, had been without oxygen too long by the time we got him out. She had loads of milk and even allowed another little boy to nurse, so we have no doubts about her mothering abilities.
Parasol's fleece is fine and dense, with a wonderful handle. She has excellent conformation and a perfect bite. We are very happy with her, but we can't keep them all, so we are offering her at an extremely good price. Of course, Parasol has completed her halter and trailer training, and is sold with a breeding to any of our Honey Creek herdsires.