Sienna is the dam of our Reserve Color Champion - Dona Josefina. As well as being the matriarch and guardian of our herd.
Heritage on sires side is the Ghengis khan line. On Dams side grandsire was Light Rose Grey and granddam was Medium Rose Grey. Lots of dense, dense fleece with nice topknot and coverage down to toes. Sienna is very calm, friendly, easy to handle, delivers easily, and has plenty of milk. She also passes on her calm demeaner and regal presence to her crias.
Sienna has produced two Rose Grey crias out of our herd sire, Don Gregorio (True Black).
Greg has sired 2 Classic Rose Gray cria's a son in 2010 and a daughter in 2011, out of our Dark Fawn foundation female. His RG son took 2nd place at GWAS 2011. Judge Peter Kennedy said he is consistent in color and crimp throughout fleece.
Greg's lineage includes Grandsire's - SAYVON of Bolivia and PLA's Renaissance (TB) (SA Karrington line). Dam's lineage is True Black and Silver Grey color throughout (see certificate).
Greg has beautiful, lustrous fleece with a very soft handle and coverage down to his toes. He exhibits a classic head with a full top knot, correct confirmation and as an added bonus - is very calm, and easy to handle - a trait all of his dams crias posess.
We are offering a special (stimulus) drive-by breeding fee of $800 for breeding within 50 miles. We'll discount
Ouray is the son of our True Black herdsire, so we would like to sell him to someone who could use his services. Most of our Girls are related to Ouray. Breeding season is HERE and Ouray is ready to go to a farm that needs his services. Breed all of your colored girls for a truly reasonable price. He is proven, experienced and gets the job done.
Ouray is a nice boy who's lineage is fairly rare. His genetics are predominently True Black, Rose Grey and Silver Grey. When Ouray's dam was rebred to the same sire - another carbon copy of Ouray was born (Gypsy). When his full sister was bred to a True Black she birthed a carbon copy of herself and her brother Ouray, but the cria did turn from Rose Grey to a beautiful Silver Grey.
Ouray's first cria hit the ground last summer. She is a very nice female, fawn in color, dam is fawn). She does have some black markings indicating to me that if Ouray was bred to a black female there would be a great chance of getting a True Black or Classic Gray cria.
Ouray has beautiful fleece with nice fineness, crimp and is even throughout his blanket. He has a correct bite and confirmation, and is a very nice, calm male that's easy to handle - and not afraid of people.
2011 fleece 14.9 micron, 2.9 sd, 19.3 cv, .06>30 2013 fleece 20.0 microns, 4.3 sd, 21.0 cv, 1.8>30 (not bad for 3 years old!)
2nd in Halter - 2011 GWAS. 3rd in Halter - 2012 MOPACA, behind a couple powerhouse farms. 2nd in Fleece - 2012 ABR Fall Festival (9) 3rd in Fleece - 2013 GWAS (6) 3rd in Fleece - 2014 GWAS (7)
This is a nice easy going boy that is not shocked by being touched and is easy to handle. All of his Sire and Dams crias are touchable, and that includes his dam and Sire. Ouray gets along well with all of the boys here at our farm - an EASY keeper, but not a pushover.
Awards Received 2011 GWAS - 2nd Place Halter 2012 MOPACA - 3rd Place Halter 2012 ABR Fall Festival - 2nd Place Fleece - (Notes: Great fiber characteristics. Fineness and handle are even across the entire blanket). I lost him 12 points on my skirting - not his fault! 2013 GWAS - 3rd Place Fleece (Notes: Fleece is soft and uniform in micron with very good brightness). 2014 GWAS - 3rd Place Fleece 2015 GWAS - 1st Place Fleece 2016 Southern Select Alpaca Show - 2nd Place Handcrafter's Spin Off