You may buy Quiana for $3,300 (40% off) during our Retirement Sale!
Quiana is a large girl who has great confirmation and our second longest staple length on our farm for her first shearing. She is still in the top 4% of the National herd for fleece weight! She has a great temperament and is very curious. A good size girl with good substance of rib! She won a ribbon at the only alpaca show she has entered before becoming pregnant. She has outstanding genetics as well!
On her father's side her sire El Nino's Elberto. Her grandsire is El Nino, great grandsires are Pperuvian Caligula and PCA Peruvian Microsoft. Her great- great grandsire is Pperuvian Camilio. On her mother's side Quiana has Premier's Rubio as her grandsire, PPperuvian El Moustachio as her great grandsire and Peruvian Bueno as her great-great grand sire.
Quiana's 2011 fiber sort showed 38.5 oz of WR "1 & 2 fiber in her blanket and 11.5 of the same in her neck. She had a 8 out of 10 on brightness, 10 out of 10 on density and a 10 out of 10 on uniformity of crimp with moderate amplitude and moderate frequency of 6-7 per inch. Sorter's comments- " Nice density and weight, lovely handle." Staple length 5- 5 1/4 inches.
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