On Saturday Jim found this little beauty on his way to the barn. She is the third true black SCA Peruvian Magnum daughter we have had born here on the farm. When Magnum adds his phenomenal fleece to this color – look out!
Bella (the alpaca momma) produces wonderful black or grey cria for us every year. She’s a super mom plus her fleece has the finest handle next to Magnum on the farm, even though she’s over ten years old!
We’ve decided to name her “India.” Jim thinks she’s a keeper. For years he bred some of the best black alpacas in the country so he should know. [Read more...]
Napster has been a bit of a late bloomer so we have been waiting eagerly for his first cria to hit the ground. This little male above was recently born at Augustyn Acres to one of the Augustyn’s females.
Napster is co-owned by our farm, Fairhope Alpacas, and our friends Melissa and Bill Augustyn in North Carolina. Napster is currently standing stud at Augustyn Acres through November. He will be coming back to Alabama in December and will be here through the Spring of 2013.
Napster is an double AOBA National Show Blue Ribbon winner with a yearling AFD of 14.9. His two year old fleece had an AFD of 16.2. Standard deviation of 3. Napster is one of the few working Archangel sons out there. We are thrilled to have more Napster babies on the way!
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