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Alpaca Heights Peruvian Mimi Sold!
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Bright white and extremely soft, crimpy & very dense, Peruvian Mimi will win you over by approaching you with her nose extended waiting for you to touch noses with her (just like her mom Molly does!). She's definitely a favorite of mine and I am willing to offer her for sale as I have her mother and sister.

Out of 28 animals micron tested in May 2005, Mimi's fiber tested the softest of the whole herd! She weighed in at 17.3# and had an IgG of 2334! Her weight gain as a youngster was stellar, some days well over a pound! She's already over 150# at 17 months. She's solid, has a wonderful personality and I see that great presence and body structure of her sire, Captain Midnight. Her mom is a half-Accoyo Last Don daughter and she is one of my most beautiful females with ringlets in her topknot.

Don't miss the opportunity to see this gal in person, you'll love her.

My breeding plan for Mimi is to breed her to Colored Full Accoyo Goldsmith in the Spring to enhance what she already has. What a match-up!

  Awards Received
MABS 2005, 3rd place. Judge: Tim Lavan

Price: Sold


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Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  5/26/2004
Heritage:   Full Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  1192117
Color:  White

Micron Count
2005: Micron 21.1, SD 5.1, CV 21.8, CF 94.7% (Whittick) 12 months of age.
2.7# Blanket 1st shearing





6994 Peruvian Molly   


White, 821540, Peruvian


1/2 Accoyo foundation female here at Alpaca Heights. Is 2 for 2 for females!

  Captain Midnight Jax  
    True Black, 809833, Full Peruvian  

Affectionately known as 'Bob' around here since he was called Buffalo Bob on Jack & Miriam Donaldson's farm where he was born, visitors to my farm spot this guy and go 'Wow'! Commanding presence, True black, full Peruvian, perfect conformation. He has excellent density and coverage. His dam was one of Alpaca Jack's outstanding Peruvian females, Peruvian Amber Essence out of Peruvian Gold Rush and I consider her to be one of the most beautiful animals I've ever seen. His sire, Midnight Express, is known for his ability to put BLACK crias on the ground from light colored dams. Captain Midnight is one of just a few solely owned black Peruvian males standing stud in Michigan.