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MAMGB Hismala 'Fuzzy'

MAMGB Hismala 'Fuzzy'

Special Package Price - AFD=20 SD=4.6, Grand River Amstel son.

Price $750
DOB  6/1/2009
Species Alpaca
Breed  Huacaya
Category  Non-Breeder
Owner  Greenbriar Farm

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Hismala means Fuzzy in Lakota. His name reflects our first impression of his fleece. His fleece is the fuzzy type that maintains that soft handle. His fleece is uniform carrying architecture to his toes, along with fineness of handle, with extra density, and a nice crimp. This dark brown boy's fleece has continually improved each day he ages. His show record alerted us to this fact, but our evaluation of his fleece today put the seal on that thought.

He is a solid strong young fellow and is developing into a full framed large boned Huacaya. His half sisters are both show winners and our evaluation of Hismala is that he will also ribbon. He has one of the kindest personalities we have ever seen and enjoys human and alpaca company and contact including patted on the top of the head.

When he enters the show ring he immediately takes a very proud posture and prances the entire time in the ring. Polly Michaelis stated, "This is the total package! This was present as he walked in very alertly, has bright very even well organized across the entire fleece, beautiful top line with very good bone."

As Hismala ages, his fleece improves if that is possible as represented in his show record. We see improved character, consistency from nose to toes, softness in handle, length, density, and crimp. That says it all and he has it all!

Georgia Meyer of Silver Creek Alpaca sorted and graded Hismala's fleece to WL-6. She placed him 4 of 10 in brightness, 5 of 10 in uniformity of crimp, 8 criimp / inch, medium amplitude, and a density of 7 of 10. He was classed a dark rose grey.

Recently we have observed Hismala's teeth have grown a ways past his pallet. We are not certain this is a jaw alignment issue or insufficient abrasion through diet but it has brought us to a decision. We are offering Hismala as a fleece or pet. His disposition and personality lend himself to a good companion and pet and his fleece carries a good handle.

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Hismala January 16, 2010
Hismala January 16, 2010
Hismala November 11, 2009
Hismala November 11, 2009
Great & consistent length.
Great & consistent length.
2011 -luster, length, fineness
2011 -luster, length, fineness
2010 -Bundles, crimp, density
2010 -Bundles, crimp, density


4th Place Fleece 2010 National Fleece Show Sara Jane Maclennan comments "Great staple length and soft handling fleece!" - Received 7 of 7 on length
5th Place Halter 2010 Spring Bling Class II Dark Brown Juvenile Males - Jill MacLeod stated "Fineness with density but needs more uniformity in his architecture."
1st Place 2011 Great Midwest Polly Michaelis stated, "He is the total package! This was evident as he walked in very alert. I found a bright, very even, and well organized fleece across the entire body. He has a beautiful top line with very good bone."
2nd Place 2011 Minnesota Alpaca Expo Peter Kennedy stated, "I found his fleece to be very fine and dense consistent throughout and is what placed him in second. He has some maturing yet to do and we can see this in his frame however he is well conformed."
3rd Place 2011 Spring Bling Amanda VandenBosch stated, "He has a well organized fleece well down into his extremities, and packs a lot of fleece on strong frame. He was placed in third due to his overall handle. I would like a softer feel."
3rd Place 2012 Wisconsin Spin IN Sally Thompson judged the fleece to be good but affected by chaff, good breed type, good consistent length and uniformity. strong throughout, and outstanding handle throughout the fleece. She did note that there was a penny in the bag with the fleece. We are not certain if that was part of the chaff or if Hismala produces copper pennies as part of his fleece growth.

Fiber Stats

2012 AFD: 29.2 SD: 5.7 COV: 19.5
2011 AFD: 25.3 SD: 5 COV: 19.7
2010 AFD: 20 SD: 4.6 COV: 23.2


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