Our herd has now numbers 28. We have diversified our genetics through the acquisition of several notable full Peruvian herdsires: Classic Black Night (true black), Regalo Gold of Genesis (dark fawn), and Chilipepper’s Nevada (white). These boys, have given us a lot of breeding options.
We have crossed alpacas of Peruvian ancestry with Chileans to produce excellent fleece in a diverse array of colors. We have bred for conformation, superior quality fleece
All our alpacas are registered with the Alpaca Registry.
A true black son of Calypsa, Federico won several ribbons in the show ring including a 3rd at MAPACA and Best Dark Male at the 2006 ABC Show in Maryland and Reserve Champion at the AFCNA National Fleece Show and Color Fleece Champion at Mapaca. He has four crias on the ground: one boy and three girls.
Daughter of our Midnight, sired by FMF’s Dust Commander, this stunning young lady with her silver gray fleece is a favorite with everyone. Last year she gave birth to a beautiful silver gray boy named Gilbert. All her crias have been gray! She has had two male crias and a lovely true black girl
Tall and stately, Florence is Midnight’s daughter. She was sired by Briarose Atticus, a true black son of out of the famous Peruvian Macusani and has Atticus’ friendly personality. She is true black, but carries a lot of gray in her genes. She had a fine female cria, Jolene, out of Federico.
Jolene is our first Federico daughter. Unlike her dam, who is the largest female in our herd, she is petite and squarely built like Federico.
Big-boned, beige, and beautiful. Jocelyn was a veritable moose at birth, weighing in at 25 lbs. She definitely inherited her sire’s color and fleece characteristics. Jocelyn’s fleece is already dense and crimpy with an incredible staple length. She has won many ribbons for her fleece and conformation.
This girl is an eye-catcher. Her black fleece is now a salt & pepper gray like her sire. She is one of the densest true blacks in our herd. Her dam is a big boned ray with fine fleece. Her sire, Classic Black Night, is a compact full Peruvian out of two grays, so she will probably throw gray. She has soft, fleece that is a delight to spin. We think she would make an excellent foundation female for a black & gray breeding focus. She is ready to breed and sells with a future free breeding to any of our herdsires. Janis is Brittany’s very first girl and her first true black cria. She is a Classic Black Night daughter and is now turning slowly gray like him.
Juniper is almost an exact replica of her sister, Inca Moon. Her coloring is more rose gray than silver gray, but she has the same white face and tuxedo markings and impeccable conformation as her sire, Eduardo, and her sister.
Daughter of the famous Peruvian Axion Jackson and granddaughter of Dom Lucilio, Velvet has fleece just like her name, soft and velvety. She has given us three female crias so far: one true black and two dark rose gray.
We wanted a white female to round out the colors in our herd so we bought Superstition. She is a sweet girl with fantastic fleece. She is a Snowmaster granddaughter out of Condornar and gave us a fine male out of Nevada.
Cerise has an unusual pale raspberry color which has been classified as both fawn and rose gray at different shows. A daughter of Brookhollow’s El Nino Royale, Cerise took a second place in the 2004 North American Alpaca Show. She has presented us with two female crias, Franchesca and Ginger, and two male crias, Harrison and Intrepid Spirit.
Miss Katie is a lovely medium silver gray girl with very dark markings. She half Chilean and half Peruvian and a Timoteo granddaughter. She has had four female crias: two silver gray, one bay black and one light fawn. She has also had two silver gray male crias.
Classic Black Night is a full Peruvian true black son of the legendary Magical Farms’ Silvio and grandson of Dom Timbo, both stunning gray males. His dam, Dom Timbo’s Peruvian Ariosa, is a gray color champion and blue ribbon winner at AOBA Nationals. His fleece is extremely fine with an AFD of just 22.6 at age four. He now has ten crias on the ground, all black or gray.
A full Peruvian grandson of the famous Snowmaster and 4P Legacy on his dam’s side, Regalo is a lovely dark fawn color with red highlights and lighter vicuna coloring on his legs and belly. He has produced a lovely female cria and a fine male Sgt. Frankie.
Born in Colorado, this full Peruvian boy is a proven stud with one female cria and most recently a male named Mighty Moxie, on the ground. He has a fabulous white fleece that is both dense and extremely fine. He has a nice compact frame and sweet disposition.
Preston is very handsome full Peruvian white male out of El Nino’s Accoyo Iago. His fleece is very dense and fine, just 20 microns at 2 years of age. We think he will make a fine herdsire and add some interesting genetics to any herd. He won several blue ribbons as a juvi at shows in PA.
Weaver is a very jocular and animated young white male. Always the first one to the fence, he is our PR boy and farm greeter. He is ¾ Peruvian and ½ Accoyo out of the El Moustachio and Emilio lines. He has never been shown.
He is a medium silver gray like his dam, Brittany. Like his sire, Classic Black Night, he has very soft and dense fleece and impeccable conformation. He has taken ribbons at MAPACA and New Jersey Classic shows.
Kensington is a gorgeous silver gray boy. He is conformationally correct with excellent proportions. He has incredible; dense, crimpy, and fine with consistent coloring. He has inherited his 7x champion sire Blu’s fleece. He has earned a 3rd place and 4th place ribbon at MAPACA in 2011 and 2013. We think he has tremendous herdsire potential.
Moxie is relatively small and compact like his father, our fill Peruvian Nevada. He has solid genetics on his dam’s side out of Snowmass Condornar and Acero Marka’s Rockamundo. As he has matured he has grown into a fine solid boy with excellent fleece. He would make a great fiber boy or possibly a nice herdsire. He is friendly and amusing with his habit of climbing up on the fence to get a closer look at visitors.
Illene is a light brown color with lovely fleece as a result of the pairing of her dam, a Virtual daughter, and her Accoyo sire, Calypsa. She has a bundling and structure even in her cria fleece which was an amazing 16 microns.
Full Accoyo and blue ribbon winner at the 2001 AOBA show in Portland, SHRA Calypsa came from Starhill Ranch in California. SOn of Peruvian Caligula on this dam’s side. In his lifetime, he won first and second place ribbons in all the Spin-offs he entered: AOBA Nationals, F2F, the AWE, and OABA. With 28 colorful award-winning crias of every color (including white, beige, fawn, brown, black, rose gray, and silver gray, he was a truly notable herdsire. He was one of those rare Accoyos that product color!
Chilton was one of our first born crias. He had excellent conformation and superb fleece. Like his sister Brittany, he was a medium silver gray reflecting the coloring of his sire, FMF’s Dust Commander. He produced two female crias–a lovely silver gray out of a gray dam and a black girl, Helema, out of our black Royal Velvet.
Eduardo was a truly exceptional herdsire. He ribboned in every show he entered, taking third place at MAPACA for two years, a second at PAOBA and at the Vermont and Coastal Classic shows. He had a stunning gray color, regal carriage, and handsome head. Sired by Calypsa, he inherited the density and fineness of his father’s fabulous fleece. He sired a total of seven crias, five boys and two girls
A daughter of Caballero Andante and matriarch of our herd, this remarkable jet-black lady gave us seven beautiful crias: a silver gray girl and boy, plus five true black girls. She was one of our foundation females and lived a long productive life, dying at age 17.
Intrepid Spirit was another stunning gray boy out of Eduardo. He got his name as a result of his battle with the elements on his birthday, one of the coldest days of the year. He was very sweet. He had very fine fleece and took a first place at the New Jersey Classic Show.