Registration: ARI Registered ARI #: 30397606 Color:
White, 806536, Full Peruvian
CPeruvian Leah is a tall phenotypical white suri female. When Leraso Farm Alpacas had the fist pick in the 1998 Canadian import she was one of the chosen few. Leah has extremely fine fiber with some very low micron counts. She consistently produces excellent white suri offspring with the same low micron counts. Her first cria was a female. Her second cria was ½ Accoyo male named LFA Pedrillo that did great in the show ring. Her next cria LFA Peuvian Lizzy was lot #4 at the 2003 Peruvian Classic. She sold for $22,000 and took the Reserve Color Champion at the Great Midwestern Alpaca Fest and fourth at AOBA 2003. Her next cria was CHAI Cirrus. She took multiple championships. In fact, Cirrus was the AOBA 2004 National White Female Reserve Champion. Her daughter Peruvian Dalila has a micron count of 17.5. Leah is great foundation alpaca that will be a benefit to anyones breeding program and produce great cria. Leah produces lots of milk and never needs help with her cria.
Medium Brown, 1009910, 1/4 Bolivian, 3/4 Peruvian
This champion and blue ribbon-winning son of Kobe carries some of the highest quality genetics out there. His sire's breedings are very limited and are currently priced at $10000. His dam produced a 3/4 brother to "KO" named Montoya's Pono who went on to take many, many championships. Ko is also the grandson of the great Mahogany Prince.
KOs Lucky Lucille is another fine example of the late CPeruvian Leahs offspring. She has inherited her dams fine fiber, great conformation, and disposition. Her sire, Kobes Ovation, the son of the great Kobe of Park View , has passed on his incredible locks, and luster. This wonderful girl's grandsire is none other than Kobe of PVA and her great grandsire is Mahogony Prince with PPeruvian Angel behind that!
She is 1/2 Alianza and her Dam had an adult micron of 17.
This girl will make a fine addition to any breeding program. She is on her 4th fleece and every time I touch her I am amazed at her soft fine fleece.
Awards Received 2nd Place 2010 Suri Network Fleece Show Spinoff I decided at the last minute to enter some fleece samples in the 2010 Suri Network Fleece Show Spinoff. In June we sheared 50 alpaca's, as they were sheared the 1st were gathered up and placed in a bag, the 2nds were gathered and placed in a 2nd bag that was then stuck inside the 1st bag. Name tags and dates were also stuck in the bags. To enter the spinoff I simply opened the bag took out 2 ounces and put in a bag with the rest of the paperwork. I did not do anything to prepared the fleece samples and really have no clue what part of the blanket the fleece sample came from. Comments from the Judge were: Cleanliness, Well Done; Luster, Wonderfull Luster; Ease of Spinning, Wonderful to Spin; Hand feel & softness of Yarn, Wonderful softness. These comments are made regarding her fleece sheared in June 2010 while she was 4 months short of 4 years old.
3rd Place 2007 Great Midwest Alpaca Festival LB Juvenile