Kissing Cousins Alpaca Farm

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Megabuck's Star Packer

Alpaca , Huacaya , Male |Unproven |Dark Brown

AOA# 30991712 | DOB: 8/18/2007

Sire: Megabuck Mink - RIP

AOBA Blue Ribbon Fleece

Megabuck Mink - RIP

Huacaya Male True Black

AOA# 830145 DOB: 5/26/200122 yrs
R.I.P. Losing Megabuck was like losing a best friend. He had the energy and spirit of 10 alpacas yet always behaved like a gentleman for me. His lines will continue on our farm through his descendants. When Megabuck was used for breeding or behavior checks, his orgling would cause ALL the females in the pasture, irregardless of pregnancy status, to run up and gather around. They knew he was special too! As the oldest male he was alpha, but 95% of his life he was kept in the male herd. He w ...
  | AOA# 830145 | True Black

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You can't ask for better conformation or a better temperament and his fleece is uniform and soft.

An alpaca "Star Packer" (a sheriff in the old west) wears his star in his topknot. He has blue ribbon parents and is 3/4's related to our champion, Constantino!

Star Packer looks very handsome and masculine...beautiful head, perfect legs and movement, topline, bite alignment, ears, head, tail, teats (yes it matters, males can have nipple anomalies)and bulging muscles! He gained 24 lbs in his first month and 30 in his second month, tripling his birth weight in 2 mos. which is great. He's the 8th cria out of his dam and all of his siblings were born here.

His fleece is extremely soft and shiney. His head is black and his cria tips were a medium maroon, but the fleece growing in since birth changed abruptly to a very dark brown interspersed with medium and light brown. There's no white yet, so I guess he can't be called a gray.
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Date Details/Notes
2009Shearing Weight: 3.2 lb. blanket
2010Shearing Weight: 3.4 lb. blanket
2008Micron Count: 22.7 m/4.4 sd/ 19.4 cv mid-side
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Updated 4/13/2013