Cameron doesnt need us to tout his praises. He speaks for himself through his amazing show record, his astonishing fleece and his legendary pedigree - and now his ribbon-winning ofspring in fawn, brown, black and grey.
We first met Cameron when he was only four months of age. Seeing he was already something special, we eagerly purchased half interest from our friends Ian and Jennifer Lutz of Cas-Cad-Nac Farm. Then we waited and watched him mature into a finer yet denser version of his sire, Snowmass Nova, who won the Herdsire of the Year award two years in a row. He is a veritable new and improved edition!
Cameron carries exceptionally dense, bright fleece with spectacular (almost unbelievable) high frequency crimp. There is a perceptible sigh or gasp everytime we part his fleece to show off to visitors. We can confidently say he is one of the nicest black males out there today.
Cameron is proudly co-owned with Cas-Cad-Nac Farms.
Bea is the product of our true black Futurity-champion superstud, CCNF Cameron, and arguably our top-producing dam, Honeybuns. We knew this pairing would work since it produced a banner-winning female in the past and we are not at all surprised how well it came together. Bea is a VERY fine, VERY soft true black lady. Her uniformity of color, micron and crimp style are quite impressive. She has a high frequency and amplitude crimp style and something I love to see in my fleeces - brightness galore! She was only shown once and placed second behind the champion in the highly competitive North American show. Amanda VandenBosch remarked on her fabulous fineness, crimp style and lovely, lovely handle.
Bea is open but we suggest going with our champion Jeremiah son, Neveda. He has sired several of our best cria ever with Bea's dam and we are quite excited to see the cria that will come from this cross! Alternatively, her last cria is a gorgeous modern grey sired by Crescent Moon's Rayo's Spittin' Image. Repeating this breeding would certainly be a solid option as well! In either case, it will be a long 340 days waiting for this one!
With many, many champions on both both sides of her pedigree as well in those of her service sire, Bea is a female that could benefit the program of ANY serious huacaya breeder. Please call for more info, photos and fleece samples.
Awards Received 2nd Place-2013 North American Alpaca Show