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Alpacas of Fairfax Station

Breeding Quality from the Start

Dave and Melissa Woodruff
Flint Hill, VAFlint Hill, Va, VA 22627
540 252 0086
703 623 9448
alpaca for sale

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Fiber/Scientific Data

07/16/2019AFD 19.1 SD 4.5 CV 97.8

AFS Jesse

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Light Silver Grey

D.O.B. 4/22/2018 (2 yrs)

Sire:
Aussie .38 Special 

15x Champ

Aussie .38 Special

Huacaya, Male, Proven, Light Rose Grey
ARI# 1389081 | DOB: 7/30/2006
This male is simply amazing. He has 15 championship banners, 2 judges choice awards, has won the AOBA nationals in halter, composite, and fleece, has been Futurity champion & Futurity Dark Herdsire of the Year, and won the AOA Spirit of the industry award (with his 8th fleece)!

And... his cria have followed in his footsteps!

Proudly co-owned with Copper Star Alpaca Farm & Elf Paca Meadows.

Breedings are now closed.

| AOA# 1389081  | Light Rose Grey 

Dam:
Gray Alpaca Caty Cloud 

Orlando Cloud, Tres Equis Cross

Gray Alpaca Caty Cloud

Huacaya, Female, Proven, Medium Rose Grey
ARI# 32733099 | DOB: 10/20/2012
Carly Cloud, Ringo Cloud, Maringo Cloud, Tamarindo, all full siblings, and Caty is the first gray!

She has the fleece and the look of her banner winning brothers and sisters. She has matured into a beautiful dam. Her fleece is very dense, has a wonderful handle, and a notable staple length. Her histogram at age 2 16.61, 3.43, 20.6, 100%. Her histogram at age 3 19.81, 4.1, 21.35, 98.65%. At age 3 she was bred but later slipped. You can see by the histogram that the pregnancy was stress...
| AOA# 32733099  | Medium Rose Grey 

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2019 Histogram AFD 19.1 SD 4.5 CV 97.8

Jesse is out of Orlando Cloud Caty & .38 Special. He's a beautiful light silver gray male with a very nice crimp throughout & substantial staple length. His fiber is very uniform. He has his mother's friendly personality & is a delight to have on the farm. We are selling him because we have too many males- if that's really possible! Plus, many of our girls are too closely related to him to breed.

Updated 9/21/2020