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Eagle Bend Alpacas
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Linda & Greg Salsbury
7812 East Bend Road
Burlington, KY 41005
Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  10/2/2010
Heritage:   1/8 Chilean, 7/8 Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  31936118
Color:  Medium Brown

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AEB Haldane's Beauty   


Medium Fawn, 30577879, 1/4 Chilean, 3/4 Peruvian


A prize in our foundation herd, this female has consistently produced blue ribbon winners and champions for our farm. Her hemingway genetics are passed on to each of her offspring to provide us with soft, low microned fiber. She is currently bred and we would strongly urge you to consider her offspring to compliment your breeding program!

  Eagle Bend's Intrepid  
    Medium Brown, 30577992, 1/8 Chilean, 7/8 Peruvian  

Heavy boned, strong frame, excellent conformation, dense yet fine.... all descriptive terms used by various show judges to define this male. He is the offspring of El Nino's Maximus and his dam is sired by SSF Silver Phantom. Intrepid has thrown offspring of every color from white to black. His progeny carry his conformation and his well-defined crimp structure. He has a gentle temperament, but is an aggressive breeder. His show record speaks for itself and he is carrying this trait on to his progeny who are all placing in the show ring. For your colored breeding program, you will definitely want to book a breeding to this male. Remember to inquire about special stud fee rates of you are a KAA or SeAA member. Book your breedings now!



  Micron Count
2011: AFD - 14.9
SD - 3.6
CV - 24.2
%>30u - 0.4


Kizzy of Eagle Bend

Listed by Linda & Greg Salsbury of Burlington, KY

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Not sure if we can part with this female, but we are very high on her! She is the offspring of two champions. Her sire is multi Champion Eagle Bend's Intrepid and her dam is AEB Haldane's Beauty. She contains a genetic lineup of great magnitude, so there is no other alpaca on our farm quite as loaded as she is. She carries the rich, medium brown coloration that is so desirable and hard to get. She has crimp all the way from her skin to the tips of her fleece and it is uniform everywhere on her body! Staple length is very long, and the fineness is there to compliment all of this. And.... she is dense! That is why she took 1st place in the Southern Select Alpaca Show in 2012. "Finest in the class" said Judge Jill MacLeod. Combine all of these attributes with the sweetest temperament and you have a show quality alpaca that will follow you anywhere. She is priced according to her quality. We consider her finished, and her first cria was a female that is identical to her in every way. We have continued to show her fleece and as you can see under her awards, she is still holding onto that fineness of micron. She is simply amazing! Her second cria due any day now!

  Awards Received
2nd Place - 2011 KY Classic, Full Fleece Brown Juvenile Female Halter
1st Place - 2012 Southern Select, Full Fleece Med. Brown Yearling Female Halter
1st Place - 2012 Best of the U.S., Full Fleece Med. Brown Yearling Female
Reserve Champion - 2012 Best of the U.S.
1st Place & Reserve Champion - 2012 AOBA Nationals, Brown Yearling Composite Females
1st Place - 2013 Southern Select Fleece Show
Champion - 2013 Southern Select Fleece Show
1st Place - 2014 Minnesota Alpaca Fleece Show
Reserve Champion & 1st Place - 2014 Wisconsin Alpaca & Fiber Fest
Best Crimp - 2014 Wisconsin Alpaca & Fiber Fest
2nd Place - Upper Midwest Alpaca Fleece Show

Price: Not for Sale




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This listing was last updated on 3/20/2015 [Report a Descrepancy on this listing]


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