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KCAF RRoyal Granite

Lots of Snowmass + Sizlin + Jeremiah

Alpaca , Huacaya , Male |Unproven |Medium Silver Grey

AOA# 36241552 | DOB: 9/14/2023 (Under 1 yr)

Sire: Snowmass RRoyal Fox

2024 EPDs top 2% for Fineness!!!

Snowmass RRoyal Fox

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Medium Silver Grey

AOA# 30820500 DOB: 7/21/200717 yrs
Fox is going on 17 and acts like he's 10. If you want better fineness EPDs and uniform, fine, pigmented gray fleeces with lots of crimps per inch and essentially no guard hair, he's the one! This line produces lingering 13 to 19 micron pigmented gray fleeces...consistently. Fox's first five fleeces were combined into one lot to make yarn at Heart and Soul and they commented on the uniformity of the lot. Thanks to his sire, Royal Bronze, Fox is a master at overall uniformity, removing ...
  | AOA# 30820500 | Medium Silver Grey
Dam: KCAF Total Eclipse

6 EPDs in top 15%

KCAF Total Eclipse

Huacaya Bred (Female) True Black

AOA# 35578901 DOB: 4/22/20204 yrs
Eclipse, aka "Lips", has a top notch pedigree (Quechua 3x, Paso Robles, Jumanji, Midnight Eclipse, Jeremiah, Dom Timbo) and is a very typey compact female with a dense, crimpy fleece that is getting more silver on her neck, thighs and blanket area as she matures. We look forward to her crias with our gray herdsires. In 2023 she had a great little male, Granite.
  | AOA# 35578901 | True Black
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Handsome Granite has a champion Snowmass gray sire and top-knotch pedigree and is quite sweet and adorable. His fleece is uniform and a deeply pigmented gray / slate colored fleece. Winter 2023...his cria tips are still a little relaxed, but the crimp is starting to show promise at the skin. Excellent brightness and a silky, supple handle. Density looks good. When Granite was born I found his dam at dinner time having difficulty...uh-ooo...cria being born right before dusk. This boy was born backward...with the bottom of his back feet pointing up at the sky, so he was helped out...gently pushing one leg in to get the opposite leg out, then the other leg, then he slid right out..looking like he'd been in that position for his entire gestation. I swung him in a circle to remove fluids from his airways and with one month stall rest to help his legs he did the rest and is looking great. His dam was fine with just a little extra recovery time from the birth. His pedigree is loaded with top shelf genetics.
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Updated 3/12/2024