Peruvian Chloe

"Breeding a national alpaca herd for profit from its fiber will require fiber that averages
25 microns or below, and maintains this average into at least 7 years of age"
                                                                                                            SOURCE: NAAF

 At 9 years old and 6 crias later:  AFD: 22.1 / SD: 4.6 / CV: 20.9  / >30: 5.0%
 Passing fineness to her progeny.

Check her out!


CPeruvian Chloe´s Awards:

1st. and Judge´s Choice - 2011 MAPACA Spin Off
Spirit of the Industry Award 2012
2nd. Place - Tennessee Alpaca Association 2012

Peruvian Chloe's Progeny:

Peruvian Chloe's Ancestry:

PPPeruvian Royal Fawn
ARI #:  

Type:  Huacaya
Status:  Proven
Birthdate:  1/1/1993
Heritage:   Full Peruvian/Full Accoyo
Color:   Beige


He is a full Accoyo male with a history of passing on his fine-fibered genetics to his 336 offspring. Consistent show winners and high sellers, his progeny boast 64 known champions and almost 190 blue ribbons in every solid color group.

Hand selected by the late Dr. Jim Vickers, Royal Fawn is the only light fawn Accoyo ever exported from Don Julio Barreda’s herd. According to Julio Barreda, Royal Fawn ranked as one better than he had ever produced at Estancia Accoyo in Peru. PPPeruvian Royal Fawn was the 1999 and 2000 "Get-of-Sire" winner at the AOBA National Show, and record breaking highest selling male in alpaca history in October, 2005.

Known Progeny Awards in every solid color group:

64 Champions
190 Blue Ribbons

High Selling Royal Fawn Offspring:

Dom Lucilio, who sold for $400,000
SA Peruvian Apollo, sold for $435,000

Website Builder