| ||6.7 lbs his first shearing
| ||8.5 lbs his second shearing
|2009||Skin biopsy by Dr. Norm Evans: 62 follices/sq mm, 10.7 secondary to primary ratio, only 10% secondary fiber medullation! 20.2 micron secondary! & 25.7 primary, only 5.5 micron varinace!
|2002||AFD 19.1, SD 3.4, CV 17.5, CV%>30 0.6
Get of Sire Winner!
Huacaya, Male, Proven | Medium Fawn
ARI# 835025, D.O.B. 3/6/2002 (14 yrs), Full Peruvian
| ARI# 808082 | Dark Fawn
| ARI# 806403 | Beige
NEWS FLASH: Lancaster was awarded the Sr Herdsire of the Year at the 2010 MAPACA Jubilee!
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Lancaster daughters took the black female championship AND reserve at the Empire show! The same girls returned a week later to take the championship AND reserve the following weekend in VT!
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UPDATE: new skin biopsy results from Dr Norm Evans:
20.2 micron ENDURING FINENESS at 7 yrs old!
62 follicles/sq mm
10.7 secondary to primary ratio
3 of 4 gland score
Lancaster took first place in the GET OF SIRE at the very big Ohio AlpacaFest Fall 2007 show over some stiff competition (The Aga Khan, Accoyo Express and more)! Lancaster offspring are consistant and consistanly high quality. He puts his stamp on his offspring for sure.
Not only is Lancaster's fleece consistent but so were his show winnings. He won his 14th blue ribbon at MAPACA '05. And he won the coveted Fawn Male Color Championship at MAPACA '04. Lancaster has been called, by more than one judge: "the total package". Mr. Safley said what's more impressive is that even though Lancaster was over 2 years old and the second oldest out of the sixteen first place males vying for Championship, he was the finest of them all-even the 7 month old standing reserve behind him.
He exhibits all that we desire in a male and so much more. He has a magnetic presence with a charming, inquisitive personality and is an absolute gentleman. His well-balanced, heavily boned frame is entirely covered with dense, carpet-like fleece.
Lancaster is passing on his quality fleece and strong conformation to his get. Lancaster throws color of the dam or a shade or two either way 70% of the time. When he's not letting the dams color through he's producing black out of grey & fawn from darks.
Peruvian Lancaster is proudly co-owned with Flying Pony Alpacas.
We’re offering these guarantees:
-90 day live birth guarantee
-90 day Breeding Quality Guaran
1st Place - GET OF SIRE at the very large 2007 Ohio AlpacaFest
1st Place - 2004 MAPACA Halter & COLOR CHAMPION (out of over 124 animals)
1st Place - 2002 OABA Halter
COLOR CHAMPION - 2002 OABA
1st Place - 2003 Kentucky Classic
COLOR CHAMPION - 2003 Kentucky Classic at just over one year old
1st Place - 2003 MAPACA
1st Place - Michigan Breeder's Show 2003
Reserve COLOR CHAMPION - 2003 NATIONALS
1st Place - OABA 2003 in both Halter and Fleece
1st Place and COLOR CHAMPION - 2004 Spring Fling, Neenah, WI
1st Place and Reserve COLOR CHAMPION - 2004 Kentucky Classic
$500 with contract, balance upon confirmation of pregnancy. Financing of breeding over length of pregnancy is possible as well. Please inquire.