Alpaca Jack's let me have my pick of their 3 black import huacayas (back when they still had an elite group of huacayas along with their suris) and I felt Xanadu was the best. She's long and stretchy with a straight topline and board straight legs. Her fiber has an exceptional softness for a black as you can see by her micron numbers.
Xanadu has been an easy breeder, and an easy birther, putting 6 healthy babies on the ground for me since I've owned her. She conceives quickly usually with just 1 breeding. She's never had a health issue and has been an all around easy keeper. She's able to maintain good weight without any extra supplementation as well. Her mothering skills and milk production are excellent and she allows humans to interact with her cria willingly.
TCB's The Oreo Kid
Dark Silver Grey, 827536, Full Peruvian
Oreo has been a true gift for my farm and it is evident when you walk in my barn and see all the gray females that carry his genetics. I'm now having great success breeding his gray daughters to either Fawn or Black to produce gray or black. His first granddaughter, Rose-Marquis captured 2 Blue's and a Color Champion in Michigan in 2008.
Oreo is a compact sized male like his sire. All of his offspring have been a nice average size. He is an eager breeder and travels well for mobile breedings. He's in excellent health and ready to go to work for you.
Oreo is being offered for sale so he can continue what he has been able to do here. His lineage is well represented here on my farm and I'll be looking for special outside males now to breed to his daughters.
Tasha is a rare mother that allows other crias to nurse off of her, a blessing if you have crias that need an extra boost. Despite the extra milk production she is able to maintain her weight just fine.
Tasha is currently open and receptive. She has been a trouble-free female and an excellent mother to her daughters.
Awards Received Has not been shown but her dam was a Blue Ribbon winner.