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When selecting breeding stock, we kept two points in mind:
(1) Our alpacas must be calm and friendly.
(2) The fiber must be interesting, suitable for spinning, & a delight to work with.
Ed & Joanie Kinser
10023 Fortune Ridge Road
Bent Mountain, VA 24059
Type:  Male Huacaya
Status:  Unproven

Birthdate:  5/1/2009
Heritage:   1/8 Bolivian, 1/8 Chilean, 3/4 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
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Color:  White




Maya's Yasmina   


Pattern, Pending, 1/4 Bolivian, 3/4 Peruvian


Yasmina is a gorgeous beige with slightly darker appaloosa spots on her neck and feet. Her fiber has beautiful crimp, is lustrous, and has great handle and density.

On the male side of the family, Yasmina has Tell Hot Shot as her father, NGG Lional as her grandfather, and Peruvian Bueno as her great grandfather. On the dam's side is her wonderfully fibered mom, Raquel's Maya. Maya's sire is Victor's Vaccoyo. Here is a quote from Vaccoyo's owners, the Fellers of Sunset Hills Farm: "VICTOR VACCOYO is a full Accoyo macho who consistently transmits his phenomenal fleece characteristics of deep bold crimp and extreme density to his offspring. He is a renowned sire of Show Ring Champions, both in the United States and Canada. The son of PPeruvian Victor, this male is probably one of the best Victor son's now available for stud in the US"

In the spring of 2006, Victor's Vaccoyo was selected to be in the IAO Elite Herdsire Services Auction.

  Mr. Butterscotch  
    Pattern, 30320970, 1/8 Chilean, 7/8 Peruvian  

When we saw Mr. Butterscotch (we call him Scottie) for sale, it was love at first sight. He is the exact macho phenotype that we like, and best of all, he's wearing appaloosa fiber. With our first shopping spree for appaloosas, we spotted Scottie's sire, but were too slow to react. And now we're glad we did because Scottie appears to have all his sire's good features plus a few more.

Mr. Butterscotch exhibits great conformation and fleece quality, especially in luster and staple length (with over 10 pounds shorn in spring '08). He won blue ribbons twice in Spring '06 in shorn classes and most recently in full fleece. At SEPA, the judge commented on the size and strength of this male and his soft, dense and crimpy fleece.

Scottie eagerly settled his first four females in May '08, so there'll be proof in the progeny come spring of 2009.



Enchanted Hill Monkey Do Sold!

Listed by Ed & Joanie Kinser of Bent Mountain, VA

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This is a gorgeous little male with a great personality. Monkey Do is calm and curious, and should make a super PR individual. (He and his friend, Monkey See, are always harrassing the adults and local poultry.) He should also be a producer of fine fiber as well.

Since his fiber is looking so nice, and his conformation seems to be right on target, Monkey is a candidate for becoming a herdsire. Even though his price reflects "fiber quality only" Monkey sells with a completed registration application and DNA card, so that the purchaser may register and use him as a breeder if they so desire. If you are interested in adding the appaloosa gene to your herd, Monkey has a 75% chance of having at least one copy of this gene since both of his parents are appies. He simply cannot show the gene since he is of the white phenotype.

Price: Sold




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This listing was last updated on 7/26/2009 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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