We couldn't ask for a better foundation female and terrific mom. She passes along her strong bone and vicuna heritage to her offspring. (Her mother is a vicuna marked Peruvian import living on the farm.) Her regular weight is over 200 lbs.! She is tall and is queen of the pasture. Ask us to show you the picture of her udder! Her crias wean at 100 or more pounds at six months old. Lily has her own impressive show record and still produces beautiful and bountiful yarn. We have a "Lily wardrobe" that we are proud to wear. We currently have her yarn and felt for sale. You can purchase it by going to our website www.allthingsalpacaonline.com.
I-Star's Noah, is a sensational male out of Snowmass IncaAccoyo Star. At only 11 months old, he won his first Color Championship in the show ring and made most breeder's take notice of his superior fleece traits and correct conformation.
A LOVELY AND PRETTY GIRL! Naomi is a strong-boned, "well-conformed female with a lot of style and presence", says veteran Judge Susan Tellez; taking after her mother Dexter's Peruvian Lily. Now, a stately girl at over 200 lbs., at just six months old, she already weighed 100 lbs.! Her first shearing, with only 10 months of growth, yielded 4 lbs. 11 oz. of SKIRTED blanket fiber. We processed it into 21 skeins of gorgeous, super soft fiber. She still produces an abundance of fiber! Check out her 2017 micron! 25.5 for an adult breeding dark fawn female!
A Snowmass Incaaccoyo Star (Peruvian Snowmaster) granddaughter with 4Peruvian Legacy on her paternal grandmother's side and CPeruvian Jaxon (the most sought after male in the Canadian importation) on her dam's side. She has silver grey genetics on both sides of her lineage.
Her 2014 shearing yielded 9.0 lbs. (amazing given the worst winter on record in 20 years). Her 2013 shearing yielded 10.7 lbs. of uniform, crimpy fiber with nice character. It maintained its 4.0" staple length from 2012. Her 2012 shearing yield was 9.2 lbs. And her 2016 shearing was over 10 lbs.! Her 2018 shearing yielded 9.3 lbs. of fiber.
We have processed her fiber into yarn, rovings and batts. It is for sale on our website, www.allthingsalpacaonline.com
Naomi delivered a strong-boned, medium brown male with eye-catching face markings, 20 June 2011. 19.4 lbs.! We named him ACOV Peruvian Frango's Zuri, a grandson of Snowmass Peruvian Casanova. "Zuri", in Hebrew meaning "my rock". And solid like a rock, he is!
Naomi is currently OPEN. Purchase her now, and add her right away to your breeding program! She comes with a free breeding to any Sunny Meade Alpacas, Ltd. herdsire.
She comes with all of her ribbons, fiber samples, and samples of processed fiber into yarn.
JANUARY 2020 UPDATE: DUE TO LIFE-LIMITING HEALTH CHALLENGES, WE ARE SELLING OUR ANIMALS. WE WILL CONSIDER ALL REASONABLE OFFERS. NAOMI WOULD BE AN EXCELLENT ADDITION TO ANY BREEDING PROGRAM.
Awards Received 1st Place 2013 Tennessee Waltz Spin-off 3-yr.-old and older Fawn (83 points out of 100) 2nd Place 2013 CABO Fleece Show Dark Fawn 3-yr.-old and older 3rd Place 2012 AOBA National Alpaca Show Spin-off (for a four-year-old breeding female) 3rd Place 2012 AOBA National Alpaca Show Skein Competition (77 points out of 85 for appeal and craftsmanship) 1st Place 2011 VAOBA Expo Spin-off 1st Place 2011 Royal Alpaca Challenge (Georgia Alpaca Assoc.) Spin-off 1st Place 2011 National Champions' Alpaca Show Fleece Show 2nd Place 2010 Buckeye Alpaca Show Yearling Fawn Shorn 1st Place 2009 Michigan International AlpacaFest 1st Place 2009 National Champions' Alpaca Show