2 Full Peruvian, Half Accoyo Girls - $5K
If you're looking to add some beautiful full Peruvian Half Accoyo girls to your herd, you might want to consider rose-grey Stratosphere daughter, Secretariat, paired up with bright white Invasion daughter, Renee. These two each come with a breeding. Together as a package are $5K
Strat Cria featured on Alpaca Nation homepage!
Does this face look familiar to you? If you are active in alpaca farming, I bet it does! This little guy is owned by our partners Genine and Al Bednarski and has made top billing on the most popular alpaca website, alpacanation! He is a gorgeous Accoyo Stratosphere son
Our first set of Stratosphere cria hit the ground this spring. All the hype surrounding Strat - well, it isn't hype! His cria have amazing consistency - they are incredibly dense, crimpy and their conformation is gorgeous! I was shocked at how much he could improve a dam in just one generation & blown away with what he produced with our finest females. Limited outside breedings are available.
Ideuma Creek Alpacas | John & Denise Jacobus | 321 Ideuma Road, Unadilla, NY 13849 | (607) 563-9174 | email@example.com
Winter Fleece Shows
This is the time of the year when things finally slow down a bit for us, and we begin to enter our fleeces into fleece shows all over the country. We are looking forward to showing some of our best fleeces in North Carolina, Texas, Tennesee, Wisconsin, Missouri and Washington before spring arrives. That's when we shear the herd again and have new fleeces to prepare for next year.
Great Buys on Packages & Individual Animals
We're lowering our prices on many of our alpacas and packages. It's that time of the year again, time to make room for the 2013 cria crop. These prices are for a limited time only - just until we have space for the 26 new arrivals expected this spring & summer. Here's just one:
Blue Ribbon Full Accoyo Herd - $10,500 (down $2K from an already super-low price!)
Blue Ribbon Fawn Express Son, Felix daughter bred to Invasion & Caligula daughter bred to Stratosphere
Pictured here is Accoyo Gold Standard, blue ribbon Express son & part of the Blue Ribbon Full Accoyo package
Introducting our 2012 Cria Crop - A First Look
We haven't advertised these beauties at all yet. This is a first look at our best year of cria yet. Anchored by Accoyo Stratosphere (Legacy), Accoyo Invasion (Royal Fawn) and Accoyo Cuba Libre (Express), we are awfully proud these babies were made here at Ideuma Creek.
Pictured to the left is Accoyo Arlington, our first Accoyo Cuba Libre daughter. She's super fine, dense, crimpy and has the most adorable face and coverage you could ask for. You will not find a friendlier alpaca anywhere
Great New People to Work With in 2013
We're pleased to announce new partnerships for 2013. Ideuma Creek's Perucoyo C. Clemons is now co-owned with Randy & Cindy Hall of Round Hill Alpacas in CT. SRF Accoyo Cyclone is proudly co-owned with Daniana Sullivan of Rocky Creek Alpacas in Southampton, NJ and Dean & Terry Lucas of Stone Ridge Farm in Montgomery, NY. PHA Accoyo Royal Star is now residing full time here at Ideuma Creek and is partnered with our good friends Robin and Mark Widmer of Pleasant Hill Alpacas in Sherwood, OR, and half ownership of Ideuma Creek's Accoyo Defiant has been purchased by Daniana Sullivan of Rocky Creek Alpacas in Southampton, NY and Angela Lee of Enchanted Criations in Mullica Hill, NJ. We look forward to working with our new partners and building the succss of both of our breeding programs in 2013. Look for us at the shows!
Pictured above is Ideuma Creek's Accoyo Defiant, blue ribbon Invasion son in medium fawn
New Bloodlines for 2013
Ones We Can't Wait to Add to Our Already Strong Accoyo Genetics
We're always adding new blood into our already solid genetic program here at Ideuma Creek. We've bought and sold more in the sluggish 2012 economy than ever before. Elite fleece & elite Accoyo genetics are always in demand.
Pictured to the left is new purchase Hilltop's D-Lux Elegance who adds Snowmaster, Snowmass Bell and Allin Capac genetics to our herd