MFI Peruvian Cactus Jack
Huacaya, Male, Proven | Medium Brown
ARI# 30338166, D.O.B. 6/20/2005 (11 yrs), Full Peruvian
| ARI# 800296 | Light Fawn
My Peruvian Concordia
| ARI# 827634 | Dark Rose Grey
What makes Jack so special? other than the offspring he is producing?
*Perfect phenotype: balanced proportion, erect presence, straight legs, correct bite, gorgeous hed, luxurious coverage, rich color, soft handled fleece, tight crimp, trenendous density, long staple, well organized bundling, and much more.
*Terrific pedigree: Guellermo, Epitania, and Jeronimo paternally; and Silvio, Campanilla, and Concordia maternally
*Are you looking for a male who can add color without sacrificing the quality of fleece production?, then Jack should be your man.
*This is a male worthy of marquee status, plan your breeding today.
How exciting to see him produce a silver gray female from a rose gray mom. All of the Jack cria have his tremendous bone circumference with very bright, long stapled, high freqency crimp styles, with exceptional finesness and a very typey look.
Champion Halter Spring Fling
Champion Halter Great Midwest
Reserve Champion Halter: All American Futurity
1st Fleece Empire Fleece Event
1st Halter Great Midwest
1st Halter North American
2nd Halter All American Futurity
Champion OABA Alpacafest
Champion Halter Carolina Classic
Champion Halter Mid America
Champion Halter Riverside Alpacafest
Reserve Champion Empire Extravaganza
1st Halter Carolina Classic
1st Halter Empire Extravaganza
1st Halter Green Hountain
1st Halter Kentucky Classic
1st Halter Mid America
1st Halter New England Coastal Classic
1st Halter OABA Alpacafest
1st Halter Riverside Alpacafest
1st Halter Southern Select
D.O.B. 8/8/2016 (Under 1 yr)
Huacaya, Female| Light Fawn, 3/4 Peruvian, 1/4 Chilean, Unproven
Pretty little fawn who was supposed to be grey! The solution to this dilemma is to breed her for grey. I would strongly suggest Heatherbrook's Legend ...
Coffee Pot Farm - Sherrodsville, OH