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ALH Laurent's Lorenzo Sold!
   
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Sale Pending

VERY attractive head on this boy with BRIGHT white, very dense crimpy fleece. Excellent fiber stats as well to make him a good consideration for a future herdsire.

Now that I am working with my fiber, I've grown more & more fond of these soft, bright white fleeces as they are so versatile in dyeing options to complement the 22 natural colors of alpaca. If Lorenzo doesn't sell as a herdsire, I am more than happy to keep him on the farm producing more of that white fleece!



Price: Sold

 

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7/22/10


4/14/10


Bright & Crimpy!



3/19/10

 
   
Type:  Male Huacaya
Status:  Unproven

Birthdate:  6/10/2009
Heritage:   Full Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  31707107
Color:  White
 
     
 

Micron Count
2010: AFD 21.3, SD 4.5, CV 21.2, CF 95.7% at 11 months, 6/24/10.
 
     
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

6994 Peruvian Molly   

 
   

White, 821540, Full Peruvian

 
   

I purchased Molly from Camelids of Delaware in Ohio as a youngster. I was in love with her look. She was dripping in fine crimpy fleece and had the sweetest face.

She has been a stellar producer for me. I've had people want to buy her though she's never been for sale. Any stranger to the farm that walks through the gate most likely will see Molly quietly approach and extend her nose out to you so you can touch noses with her.

 
       
  Providence Laurent Guerin  
    Light Fawn, 1195545, Full Peruvian  
   

Without a doubt, this guy is one of my most beloved Alpacas in the barn. He looks gorgeous anytime you glance at him, whether he's standing around munching hay, or out watching for his Girls. He has 2 years worth of crias on the ground now in true black, bay black, medium & dk. silver gray, brown, med. fawn, lt. fawn, and white. He's adding a beefier look to my crias with beautiful heads and thicker bone, and soft bright fleeces with long staple length, crimp, and density.

His MSG daughter, Silver Threads won 2 Blues in 2 shows in 2009, and his son Laramie took a Blue as well.

Laurent's dam produced the infamous Dom Lucilio owned by Double O Good Alpacas, a sire of many Champions. Laurent's sire needs no introduction either, he's also a sire of multiple Champions. It was Accoyo's Goldsmith's ability to consistently throw the color of the dam that drove me to purchase one of his sons. Laurent also gives me fresh bloodlines that are not represented on many farms