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AutumnSun's Brina

Alpaca , Huacaya , Open (Female) |Unproven |True Black

AOA# 36187911 | DOB: 8/9/2021 (1 yr)

Sire: AutumnSun's Major General

Futurity & GWAS Champion

AutumnSun's Major General

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Medium Rose Grey, Dark Rose Grey

AOA# 32585933 DOB: 6/6/201210 yrs
We think this boy is the darkest 'silky' type we have seen! His fiber is slick and shiny that it looks and almost feels wet! Even judge Tim Lavan commented that his fiber looked almost like it was wet! He has LOTS of fiber on him, and with a really long staple so that it droops somewhat when he is at his peak length. But don't be fooled by this and think that he is not dense... he has a lot of fiber packed on him! He has white fibers in his blanket but not consistently enough to cla ...
  | AOA# 32585933 | Medium Rose Grey, Dark Rose Grey
Dam: L'Oreal

Retired Dam


Huacaya Open (Female) Dark Silver Grey

AOA# 1159134 DOB: 8/17/200418 yrs
Alpaca Annuals listing comments drew us to Lori when we were looking to build our grey program years ago: "L'Oreal is our farm darling, extremely cute and very inquisitive. She is always the first to come see what's happening or who's visiting. Winning over "the boss" as favorite alpaca was no simple task, she just has one of those personalities and a look to go with it. She has great conformation with VERY FINE fleece, add in a shade of gorgeous dark silver grey and you see why we think she is ...
  | AOA# 1159134 | Dark Silver Grey
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Brina is a sweetheart with a lovely soft fiber and a well-developed and conformed frame. She will be a good producer.

We have her 'available for sale if interested' but in truth, she makes my 'keeper' list -- right there with our older, proven dams of champions. Why? Because she 'just needs a bit more' to have been in the 'show group' and has a great personality. And, did I mention some things that are influencing my decision... she was a fast growing cria with never a care (never estimate the relief of a cria that does that!) and her maternal half sister, Merida, has made two champions in a row. Brina and Merida are very much alike in personality and fiber qualities. Last but not least, Brina is the last cria by her dam who is now retired from breeding, so no more options left.

So, whereas I think Brina should be considered breed / sell 'worthy', I am happy to leave her right here, breeding for us instead! If you see her hidden worth, give me a call, but as part of our champion producing black and grey program she will be valued as such.
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