Elberto's Emelio may be purchased for $15,000 (40% off listed price) during our Retirement Sale!
Emelio is the complete light fawn package of great conformity, excellent fleece and great temperment. At his first halter show the judge said that his fleece was the finest and best handle he had seen in the ring from black thru the fawns! He has one small brown spot on his neck.
His pedegree runs deep with PCA Accoyo El Nino as grandsire, Pperuvian Caligula & PCA Peruvian Microsoft as great-grandsires and Pperuvian Camilio as great-great grandsire on his father's side. On his mother's side he has CAA Duncan as grandsire and Pperuvian Vengador as great grandsire.
His 2014 fiber sort showed Grade 2-3 Secondaries and Grade 3-4 Primaries, 8 out of 10 on brightness, 4 out of 5 for density, 7 out of 8 for uniformity of micron with moderate amplitude, medium 6-7 crimps per inch, 4 out of 5 for handle and 8 out of 10 for lack of guard hair. He had 54.5 oz. of WL 2-3 on his blanket and 47.0 oz. WL 2-3 of sorted fiber on his neck. Sorter commented that his fleece had a lovely hand and uniform S/P.
EPD Results - 2015 As of his 7th shearing, Emelio is in the top 5% in lack of medulation. He is in the top 10% for uniformity of fiber, the top 11% in spin fineness, top 12% for fineness, top 13% for fibers over 30M and the top 21% in curvature. If you need to make improvements in any of these characteristics in your females, Emelio would be an excellent choice for breeding services especially due to his genetics, conformation and temperament.
EPD Results - 2016 As of his 8th shearing, Emelio is in the top 4% in lack of medulation. He is in the top 11% for uniformity of fiber, spin fineness and for fineness, top 13% for fibers over 30M and the top 22% in curvature and get in the to 51% for FW. If you need to make improvements in any of these characteristics in your females, Emelio would be an excellent choice for a colored breeding herd sire purchase especially due to his genetics, conformation and temperament.
Whether you are interested in purchasing high quality alpacas for breeding, show, fiber or selecting a herd sire to breed to, you should use Expected Progeny Differences (EPDs) as your most important selection tool in addition to evaluating phenotype. You can also increase the probability of creating ideal offspring with up to 95% accuracy. Contact us to learn more about using EPDs. We have been using them to improve our herd since 2008.