2016 Melody Lane Peruvian Maestro brought in 9.2 pounds total weight fleece at shearing time. Super density that totally covers his whole body, conformation that is outstanding and consistent crimp offering a winning male to your breeding program or farm.
His lineage stems back to high end stock, much out of Peru where fiber was started.
Son to Charles P Atlas R1394924, multiple winner in his own right, we find superior genetics from: PPeruvian Timoteo G4565 (Peru), DPA Quetzal, PPPeruvian Cornus 4722 (Peru), 4Peruvian Matador 6030 (Peru), MFI Peruvian Cierra, 5 Peruvian Chabacana 8678 (Peru).
Son to Mystic Meadows Peruvian Mercedes R845147 and (grand daughter to PPPeruvian Royal Fawn) (Peru), he is half Accoyo. Lineage offers Scotts Royal Gold, 6Peruvian Lisbeth 6277 Impr98 (Peru), CPeruvian Accoyo Amadeus (Peru), 433 Peruvian Ophelia, CPeruvian Speranza 1154 Impr98 (Peru).
Remarkable genetics along with an alpaca that will tug at your heart strings. He is so gentle and easy to handle that he allows you to trim his topknot minus halter and lead and brush his legs and blanket while perfectly still. At times, he will follow where you are so that you can stroke his neck and talk to him. Of course he is halter trained and walks so proudly on lead that heads turn.
Melody Lane Maestro and Melody Lane Tambora produced an outstanding male named Ashiko (drum in Africa). He is strong boned with long crimpy fiber that resembles a solid pinkish fawn. The match between the dam and sire have already set the stage for Ashiko. Ashiko is so exceptional that he was sold at 3 months old and took his first Blue Ribbon in the 2014 CABO Halter Show in North Carolina at 8 months old. Amanda V who judged the light fawn group stated that he was the complete package for someone so young and to repeat the formula that created this awesome male.
If you are a serious fiber breeder and need to improve density and tight crimp Maestro is your solution for your deserving farm.