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Flying Dutchman Alpacas

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Vince & Amanda VandenBosch
65485 Cline Falls Hwy
Bend, OR 97701
831-809 1147
Fax: 541-318-7143
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Huacaya, Male, Proven | White

ARI# 30037283, D.O.B. 10/20/2005 (11 yrs), Full Peruvian

PCA Accoyo El Nino 
| ARI# 804965  | White 

SPA Alpacas Peruvian Chiffon 
| ARI# 848695  | Beige 

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The results came back from the skin biopsy which are very favourable:

Below is a write up from Jim Watts, MV. Sc, Ph.D:

He is a rather special male!!!

Jim Watts analysis:

The 14 month old alpaca, FDA Rembrandt, has high levels of fiber density and fiber length. The density reading of 67.7 follicles per square millimeter will be lower when the animal reaches mature body size, but not sufficient to alter the fact that it is a high density animal. This view is supported by the high level of secondary follicle development that has occurred - a secondary follicle to primary follicle ratio of 13.5 to 1 is exceptional for an alpaca. The primary fibers and secondary fibers are fine in diameter (means of 24.5 microns and 17.6 microns respectively) and very uniform in diameter (standard deviations of fiber diameter of 2.9 microns respectively). Note the low level of medullation (13%) in the secondary fiber population - a feature that is sought and only accompanies alpacas with a very fine and uniform fleeces. The fibers are growing in length at the fast rate of 0.55 millimeters per day.


First Place and Color Champion, 2007 California Classic
First Place and Color Champion, 2007 Southwest Regional Show
First Place and Color Champion, 2006 Monterey Pronk
First Place Juvenile White Fleece, 2006 Monterey Pronk
First Place and Reserve White Male Color Champion, 2007 Alpaca Western Extravaganza

Financing Terms

Multiple purchase discounts available

Updated 1/11/2012