Hannah came to our farm in early 2007 from our neighbors and friends, the Beaudrys of North East Alpacas. We purchased her because we needed another female who could bring premier genetics to our farm. She was just the ticket, with both Royal Fawn and Bueno in her line. She is a large, solid animal with a body perfect for carrying cria.
Hemingway-Accoyo Nautilus' Nexxus
Dark Fawn, 1315912, Peruvian
Multi-champion with phenomenal fiber and conformation.
Allie, named for Alice Welcome, Nancy's aunt to whom our farm is dedicated, is a prayer answered. When we bred her mother, Hannah, to Nexxus, we really hoped to get a dark fawn female. What we got is brown....a beautiful shade of light reddish brown. She has a broad crimp, excellent staple length and is very fine.
Allie is truly a remarkable alpaca. She is the most social animal we've ever seen. She always greets us with a nose kiss and loves to have her neck stroked and back scratched. She was the hit of our open house last fall. Our visitors loved that they could feel the soft fleece but the best part was that she would lie with the children, letting them pet her and hug her. Truly a special time for all of them.
She has given us a beautiful light brown girl from our Bronz-son. It seems cold, but she's done her job and now it's time for her to move aside and make room for her daughter.
Awards Received North East Alpaca Fest 2011 - Sixth North American 2011 - Fifth North East Alpaca Fest 2010 - Fourth North American 2010 - Fourth