Cenicienta has really come on nicely in both form and fleece. She is a lovely alpaca to watch in the pasture, moving smoothly and elegantly. At shearing her fleece came off well, showing strong definition of character, soft hand, brightness and density. Ceni is a peachy fawn, with beautiful, soft dark eyes and a spectacular head set.
Ceni is Bolivian, Peruvian & 1/4 Accoyo; her gorgeous fawn color is likely coming through from her grandsire, Peruvian Felix. Ceni's sire, Xanadu Peruvian Jazz, has put wonderful, fine, dense & lustrous cria on the ground that are making an impression. Ceni is a low maintenance female with regard to her daily care, health and herd interactions. She has always been a bit on the timid side when being handled, and we have been working with her on that. She now stands well when being handled, but still resists haltering. We have two of Ceni's sisters, on her maternal side. We are extremely pleased with all of these females and feel we have a s
Awesome Full Peruvian male out of MFI Peruvian Donovan and Peruvian Golden Chardonnay. His fiber is wonderfully crimpy, exhibits beautiful bundling, is both soft and bright and his conformation is excellent. Everyone remarks on how dense Bronson is, while still carrying a fine, fine fleece.
He comes from great lines on both sire and dam's side and his show career to date has earned him multiple 1st place ribbons as well as a color championship.
At shearing time this past spring, we were very pleased with Bronson. Not only is he a stunning young male, he sheared an impressive and heavy 8.2lb blanket of amazing fiber at 11 months of growth! Not bad considering he wasn't even two years old yet! Needless to say, Bronson is dense dense dense, and oh so fine. Really a stunning fleece from a superb animal.
As a mature, breeding herdsire, Bronson is still bringing home the Purple and Blue Ribbons. He was recently awarded Color Champion and First Place at the Arkan
Aftershock is a son of our well awarded Majestic Peruvian Bronson. This guy has kept us on our feet. He is fleet of foot, always on the move.
This young male's fleece is a true light fawn and as he has grown, it has developed more and more into the characteristics we were hoping to see in the Bronson offspring. There is no doubt he is a finely fleeced male, coming in with a very impressive histogram, AFD 16.5 (see below, left) Shocker has a long staple, excellent fineness and above average density, however he is lacking truly defined character, which is why we are offering him for a reduced price. Nice, nice fleece qualities we can clearly see, just not enough for us put him to work as a stud.
Hiding underneath all that super fine fleece is a solidly conformed young male looking for the sun and fun. Come by and take a look. We happen to have had quite a few boys and are offering some great value's in purchasing these guys young. If you are looking for some truly excellent fiber animals, you should consider grabbing up one of our boy packages.