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Hager Farm's Peruvian Cocoa Sold!
   
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Meet Oreo Kid's 5th daugther, Cocoa, an absolutely stunning full Peruvian female loaded with black and gray in her background. Excellent coverage on her beautifully straight legs and full topknot. You can tell she's related to my fiber machine, Juleon Gold (Altiplano Gold son) as soon as you see all the cracks in her fleece when she moves. She has superb leg coverage and a very attractive full topknot. I just love her look.

Cocoa is very good to work with on lead and no need to coax her in the trailer, just point her nose in that direction and up she goes! My helper Jacqueline enjoys working with her.




Price: Sold

 

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My Daddy, Oreo Kid

 
   
Type:  Female Huacaya
Status:  Open / Unproven

Birthdate:  10/21/2005
Heritage:   Full Peruvian

Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #:  30371279
Color:  Medium Brown
 
     
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

Alpaca Heights Alexia Gold   

 
   

Medium Fawn, 847147, Full Peruvian

 
   

A beautiful Altiplano Gold granddaugther whose mother is one of my best blacks, Midnight Alexis.

 
       
  TCB's The Oreo Kid  
    Dark Silver Grey, 827536, Full Peruvian  
   

Update: Gray Daughter #3 arrived in Sept. 2005 out of his first 5 girls to be born!

If you've heard of 'Nic Nac' you know about his fabulous gray coloring, his many awards, and his well known father, Peruvian Black Magic who has won numerous Get-of-Sire awards. I am pleased to own Nic Nac's 5TH offspring (out of his current 42 on the ground) named 'TCB's The Oreo Kid'. And, would you believe of those 42 offspring, 19 are gray! And that's not counting the True Black offspring Nic Nac has thrown. From my research, that ratio is very impressive. Oreo looks very much like his daddy (plus he has the advantage of having a True Black mother!) so I believe he has the potential to sire many gray offspring in his career. His first gray daughter, Nickel Gray, now has a 3rd place 2005 AOBA National win to her credit.