Alpacas at Paca Paradise Ranch

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Princess Fiona of PacaParadise

Jade Princess x Tronador "Final Edition"

Alpaca , Huacaya , Open (Female) |Unproven |White

DOB: 7/9/2020 (4 yrs)

Sire: Accoyo America Tronador

3rd yr-16.0-AFD 2.7-SD 16.6-CofV 0.2>30

Accoyo America Tronador

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) White

AOA# 31975230 Deceased
UNIFORMITY of character, fineness, and staple length! Amazing high frequency 3D crimp that carries well throughout his topknot, neck, blanket, legs, and tail. He has a wonderful long staple length complete with perfect individual small bundles from skin to tip and phenomenal density. His handle is supreme due to the uniformity of micron between primaries and secondaries. This Herdsire has little medulation which also contributes a superior handle. Superb brightness to his fleece! He "wows" me ev ...
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Dam: PacaParadise Jade Princess

Solid Producer

PacaParadise Jade Princess

Huacaya Bred (Female) White

AOA# 32621488 DOB: 6/12/201311 yrs
Evaluated by Mike Safley to be my best 2013 cria. She does have great conformation to go with that impeccable fiber! Her fleece is very bright with uniformity of character and micron! Beautiful bundling and density. Great dust line courtesy of her crimp and density! She has a very sweet nature and is easy to handle. Her first cria, tronador's buttercup was a hit at the first Snow Diamond Select Auction. She was the second highest selling female. She had tons of attention and everyone seemed a ...
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I adore Fiona. She is very large girl and has beautiful fiber. She is very dense coupled with good fineness and uniformity of micron. Check out that crimp and staple length as well! She is exposed to silver rose overture, though not confirmed by ultrasound yet. If she did take, she will be due late august of 2024.
Purchase Terms

Creative financing available. Breeding stock come with full reproductive guarantees. The buyer must keep insurance on each alpaca until they are paid in full. Transport is the responsibility of the buyer unless said otherwise.

Updated 5/12/2024