Maple Brook Bolero (Peruvian Bueno X Pperuvian Leonor) 100% Alianza lineage, pure Peruvian
An amazing son of Bueno - one of the best alpacas ever imported. The alpacas of the Rural Alianza co-op in Peru have been rigorously selected for generations for hardiness, quality and for fine fiber. The Alianza is famous for breeding the finest alpacas in the world. Put the genetic predictability of his heritage to work for you.
Mister Maverick (Peruvian Don Julio X Pperuvian Dionisia) 100% Alianza lineage, pure Peruvian
This handsome male exemplifies the 'square' and correct conformation and type we admire. Now thirteen and still going strong, let Mister Maverick bring vigor and longevity to your herd.
Mister Maverick adds bone, improves bites, and puts attractive heads on his crias. Spring of rib and broad hindquarters give his daughters the body capacity and structure to easily produce crias year after year.
Show in true paddock condition, you can see his relative lack of coarse guard hair, even in the 'bib' area of the forechest, and his amazingly abundant leg and head coverage!
A selection of young males showing real potential are also available for you to choose from. Since they are 'unproven' and do not yet have any cria on the ground, they are an excellent value.
Some of these males are also available for lease. Get the convience of your own 'working' male, for a fraction of the price - and with the flexibility to change to a new male anytime you like!
DAFI MachuPichu DOB 5/20/05 (The Perfect Storm X MA Noccalula)
Pictured upon his arrival at Inti, rumpled from his trip, and he still looks good! The yellow is Maryland soil. Currently at Rocky Ridge Farm in CT with Joe & Barbara Campagna, contact us or call them at 860-495-5331 to see him.
MP is an eye catching male with correct conformation, a beautiful head, and the abundant fiber on legs and head that many find so appealing.
His fleece is silky to the touch and shines like silver. Now in his fourth fleece, this grey alpaca male is still crimpy (many greys with nice fleeces lose the crimp by this age).
Expecting his first crias in 2009, reserve your breedings before his fee goes up!