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Morning SKY Farm

"There are no stars in the morning SKY...they are all in our pastures!

Bob & Lynn McClurg
480 Carpenters Corners RoadClarks Mills, PA 16114
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Lenape's fine 16.7 micron fleece

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Fiber/Scientific Data

2013:18.6 AFD / 3.3 SD / CV 17.5 / 0.7 >30
2012: 16.7 AFD / 3.9 SD / CV 23.4 / 1.1 > 30 Spin Fineness 16.6 Mean Curv. 50.6

2x Blue Ribbon Winner at 16.7 microns!

Morning SKY's Lenape

Huacaya, Female, Proven | Beige

AOA# 32022759   D.O.B. 6/30/2011 (9 yrs) , Full Peruvian

Lancaster's Highland Chieftain 
| AOA# 30590540  | Light Fawn  |

Silvercloud Farm's Danielle 

Maintaining fineness!

Silvercloud Farm's Danielle

Huacaya, Female, Proven, White, Full Peruvian
ARI# 30437227 | DOB: 5/18/2006
We are pleased to have added Silvercloud Farm's Danielle to our foundation herd here at Morning Sky Farm! Along with great conformation and calm temperament, Danielle exhibits a luxuriously soft and dense fleece, long staple length, and beautiful bundling, and her offspring have proved the same. Her fineness is characterized in the fleeces of the females in her lineage including her dam, ScF Eva, whose fiber stats at age 3 were 21.6 micron, SD 3.9 and CV 18.3. Her grand dam, PCA Santolina - a ...
| AOA# 30437227  | White 

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Morning SKY's Lenape is a two time blue ribbon winner who both judges noted for her fineness, and she will no doubt become a notable foundation female just as her dam has been for us!

The first born of our 2011 cria crop, Lenape has a sweet disposition like her award winning dam, Danielle. Both Danielle, and Judges' Choice award winner, Lancaster's Highland Chieftain, have very fine fleece, so it is no wonder that Lenape's soft fleece hand follows suit.

Lenape's Color Champion and multiple blue ribbon winning brother out of the same dam, Morning SKY's Design, scored 20 out of 20 for fineness at the AOBA National Show, so it is in the genes! With Chieftain as her sire, Lenape was named for one of the Indian tribes that was prevalent in our area at one time.



Updated 1/5/2020