Coco Chanel is a medium (reddish) brown female -rare color with excellent mothering skills. She is an easy going female and is easy to handle. She has very good conformation and is an excellent foundation female with dense superfine fleece. Coco throws awesome crias year after year, always better than herself and they win in the show ring. Her cria have high IgGs (2000-3000+), tons of very rich milk for vigorous growth(3/4 to 1 lb a day). As Cameron Holt would say, when you get a female that throws great babies everytime, keep them, never get rid of them. Coco was bred 12/10/08 to Snowmass Legacy Gold's Mlikigo. Coco will board free till 2008 baby is weaned 4-6 months, baby not included. We have her sister Opal, and she throws incredible babies, too. Caramel now weighs 37 lbs at 3 weeks of age and she loves to talk to you. Moans and groans when you talk to her and she wants her neck rubbed. Coco always keeps you guessing at t
Bandido (Full Brother to Mr. Antonio)
White, 808657, Full Peruvian
BANDIDO - Proud Son of Hemingway & Full Brother to Mister Antonio
Bandido has it all and will add genuine value to your growing herd the Hemingway blend of incredible fiber and outstanding conformation. Extraordinarily handsome with chiseled symmetry, excellent crimp and fabulous density from head to toes. His micron count was 20.3 at three years and he has continue to maintain a very fine fleece. Easy to handle, a big, bold gentleman. His offspring are awesome and he stamps a significant breed-up on the dam. His dam, Benatton, was purchased by WestWool Alpacas in 1993, from the first import of Peruvian alpacas into North America, when she was two years old. Benatton turned out to be a great producer for WestWool over the years and as Mike Safely said "she is one of the best producing females brought into North America." Her early offspring won lots of ribbons for Northwest Alpacas including the a blue ribbon for Produce of Dam at 1998 AOBA conference. Bandido
Micron Count 2012: 21.9 SD 4 CV 18.1 >1.3% CF 98.7%at 7 years of age - not bad for an old guy
Snowm'n has what it takes to be a Herdsire and he was our first born. Snowmn is a very friendly and loving guy. Exceptionally easy to handle, his disposition cannot be beat. Hes one of our farms PR animals because of his gentle temperament and handling ease. Snowm'ns first off spring hit the ground running.
He has very fine soft fleece and a lot of it. He has a beautiful snow white color and has fleece that you want to sink into. A beautiful alpaca head and handsome top knot finish off his classic "look".
Snowm'n has been retired but his line will carry on with his son Snowm'ns Polar Ice, this boy has followed in his dad's footsteps.
Gorgeous son of Bandido(Hemingway son), Snowm'n's an attractive herdsire, growing up to look just like his Dad & Grandfather, Hemingway from the Alianza herd. We expect great things from him in the future. Snowm'n is fine, dense and even, with a bright crimpy fleece. At 7 months he won a second place ribbon over 14 other males under judge Jude Anderson. Snowm'n still has a very dense, fine fleece without guard hair at 10 years old and micron is 21.9.
BVDV/PCR free EPD rated at 1914 out of 16828 alpacas at 8 years old, not bad for an old boy.
That puts him under 10% - 8.75% of white alpacas in the USA
Awards Received 2rd place PAOBA 2006 class of 15 Jude Anderson judge needs to grow some, very dense compact male, fine bright 2nd place SEPA 2006 halter Tim Lavan judge 5th place PAOBA 2007 class of 11 halter Tim Lavan