The first thing you will notice about Miss Daisy is her size. She is a very large alpaca -- everything from her hocks on up is "supersized" but NOT out of proportion. She is truly an alpaca, no long banana ears or pointy skinny muzzle, she has all the good alpaca traits from top to bottom. Her bone structure is nearly double that of an average alpaca, and she weights in on a normal basis at about 225 lbs. She was born in northwest Canada, and she is dual registered. Miss Daisy has had 5 crias to date. Her son, Infiniti, has been a champion show boy for our farm for the past 2 years, with a Reserve Championship by the Diamond Judge at the Triple Crown and several 1st and 2nd place finishes in other large shows, including Ohio's Alpacafest. Then she surprised us all with a dark brown cria out of Socosani last year, Charlie Brown, he is a junior herdsire for our show string and has been placing in the ribbon circle at every show. In 2005 she gave us a beautiful female from Peruvia
4Peruvian Black Magic
True Black, 166566, Full Peruvian
Peruvian Black Magic needs no introduction, with hundreds of offspring and many generations of champions in all colors on the ground. He is a legend in quality breeding stock.
White Trillium is the daughter of a legend -- Black Magic. Her fleece is crimpy, very long, VERY dense and extra bright. Her conformation is perfect. Her dam has Peruvian Guellermo to thank for her size, beautiful head and enormous amount of fleece. Her sire, Peruvian Black Magic, has many attributes to his name and will surely go down in history as a "Hall of fame" alpaca! Knowing the possibility of color with Trillium, you can expect many things - one thing to be sure of is the quality of the offspring you will get. We are somewhat certain that she must be recessive black as a daughter of Peruvian Black Magic. 12-23-08 -- female cria in dark fawn out of our bay black 18 micron sire, Jax Mac. Solid color with black eyeliner. Coverage and heavy bone style. Very fine. We are pleased -- Jax has 100& female cria on the ground. Although not black, having a DF cria says alot about Trillium. 2010 - gave birth to a nice pinto male... nice crimp and density... sold... he will hit the showring soon with Worthington Acres! We have not had a cria from Trillium in several years, we hope she is bred this year but only time will tell. No urgency, if she is bred fine...if not , well, that's fine too!
Awards Received Never shown. White with perfect conformation, could have shown well in the shorn classes but as far as full fleece halter, we feel her fleece was not as elite as needed to compete in white. Also, we only go to level 5 shows, Futurity and Nationals... and Trillium just did not fit into the show string for these shows. SMaller shows, she would probably be at the top of her class. Today, 2013, she still shows massive staple length and abundant crimp!