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Alpaca , Huacaya , Herdsire (Male) |Proven |Light Fawn

AOA# 32158892 | DOB: 4/19/2011 (11 yrs)

Sire: El Nino's Accoyo Michelangelo

El Nino's Accoyo Michelangelo

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Light Fawn

AOA# 851708 DOB: 7/25/200319 yrs
We are very excited about the offspring hitting the ground from our full Accoyo beige son of El Nino (Caligula's best son), who had a 16.3 micron fleece at one year! Dr. Norman Evans did a skin biopsy in the fall of 2005, and according to his results, Michelangelo's density is absolutely unmatched (S/P Ratio of 13.28/1 and follicle density an amazing 107 follicles per sq/mm)! One of the softest AND densest fleeces I've ever had the pleasure to touch! Multiple champion and blue ribbon winner in f ...
  | AOA# 851708 | Light Fawn
Dam: XXXtremely Sweet
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XXXtreme Xclipse has received 4 Judge's choices and 8 color championships including 2013 Futurity.

Xclipse spent the summer, a couple years ago, in Oregon at Amanda VandenBosch's farm, Flying Dutchman Alpacas. Amanda loves this male and bought 12 breedings for her own herd.

He is one of a kind. Norm Evans did a skin biopsy on Xclipse in April 2013. His true density is 89.5 follicles SQ MM of skin. One hundred secondary fibers averaged 17.1 microns while 50 primary fibers averaged only 22.8 microns. This equates to a mincron variation of only 5.7 microns. His density, gland presence, fineness of both secondary and primary fibers as along with narrow spread place Xclipse in the top 1% of males evaluated by Norm Evans.

We have been extremely pleased with the cria/offspring he is producing for us. Keep an eye on Bobbi Sox in the 2022/2023 show seasons.

Proudly co-owned with Denise and John Price - Pyramid Alpaca in Clear Brook, VA
Now with two great locations, don't miss an opportunity to book a breeding to this fantastic male.
Feel free to contact either farm.

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Updated 6/9/2022