I've kept Xanadu open since her last cria only because I need to scale back a bit on my herd size. Her price though includes a breeding to your choice of herdsires here at the farm. Another interesting note...I washed Xanadu's fleece for the first time this winter, and I couldn't believe the shine! It's now being made into needle felted purses for my farm store/farmer's markets.
Alpaca Jack's let me have my pick of their 3 black import huacayas (back when they still had an elite group of huacayas along with their suris) and I felt Xanadu was the best. She's long and stretchy with a straight topline and board straight legs. Her fiber has an exceptional softness for a black as you can see by her micron numbers.
Xanadu has been an easy breeder, and an easy birther, putting 6 healthy babies on the ground for me since I've owned her. She conceives quickly usually with just 1 breeding. She's never had a health issue and has been an all around easy keeper. She's able to maintain good weight without any extra supplementation as well. Her mothering skills and milk production are excellent and she allows humans to interact with her cria willingly.
I can now email you a short video clip of Xanadu (or post it to YouTube for private viewing if you prefer that instead). Simply email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and request it!
Never shown, but her first offspring took a Blue at the AOBA F2F 2004 Winter Spin-off competition, and true black son won a Blue at the 2002 MBS 2002 show in a class of 8, and being the youngest.