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Nueva Dia Alpacas Midwest

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Theresa Kaiser
7123 Reinneck RdBelleville, IL 62221
618-795-7021
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Fiber/Scientific Data

2010Micron Count: 22.4 AFD, SD 5.1, CV 22.9, 7.1% >30
2009Micron Count: MFD 18.5, SD 4.3, CV 23.4, 2.6% >30
2010Shearing Weight: 2.5 lbs (blanket only) 6.5 lbs total (4/16/10)
2009Shearing Weight: 2.8 lbs (blanket only) 5.8 lbs total - (5/17/09

Bred to Rose Gray SALE PENDING

Nueva Dia Joya Linda

Huacaya, Female, Proven | Medium Brown

AOA# 31495622   D.O.B. 5/17/2008 (11 yrs), 7/8 Peruvian

Sire:
Our Peruvian Schurzo 
| AOA# 810347  | White  |

Dam:
Cappuccina 
| AOA# 1344134  | Dark Brown  |
Service Sire:
Providence Joseph of Carondelet 
| AOA# 30399280  | Medium Rose Grey  |

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Description

Joya means "jewel" and she just produced one! A little girl on 6/5! Joya has Dark colored, well-known genetics! First 3 crias were outstanding! Price reduced since she's closely related to our core herd. Easy keeper - great dam!

Just got our fiber tests back for 2014 - she's holding at 23.1 micron at age 6 and expecting cria #4 soon!
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Joya's last female cria was sired by Goldrush's Stone Cold Stunner- Lots of well known foundation alpacas in his pedigree: Victor's Hemiaccoyo Casanova (sire of Aussie 38 Special & Aussie Guns N Roses), Emerald Farm's Stone Cloud, Victor, and Danko. He's modern dark rose gray and received a reserve color championship at age 6.5 months! Outstanding fineness and density, with micro bundling of crimpy fiber.

This girl has it all! Bright, dense, crimpy bundles of dark fawn fleece with the genetics, confirmation and attitude to back it up! Joya (pronounced as Hoya, means "Jewel" in spanish) carries the Peruvian genetics of Augusto, My Peruvian Blakely (who was a grandson of Caligula & Pperuvian Leon), and Matador. She has soft bundles of high-amplitude crimp from her neck to her flank that are maintaining a nice hand into adulthood.

Joya was shown as an older juvenile but still had her cria tips and 5-6" staple length with the late spring humidity which didn't show the best. She did well in the fall, placing just behind the top of the class.

Joya has delivered her crias un-assisted and has been a very good dam - plenty of milk, easy to work around, attentive mom. Joya sells as a bred female; her 2014 female cria is reserved.

Awards

4th of 8 - 2009 Indiana Alpaca Invitational (Older Juvenile group /split class)
3rd of 9 - 2009 Mid-America show (Topeka) - Yearling Halter, Judge Stephanie Glyptis

Financing Terms

Every situation is unique. We are willing to work with you to make the terms manageable and fair.

Updated 1/29/2015