Ideuma Creek Herdsires - Solar de Peru - Breeding Fee $950
Solar is known for stamping those great fiber filled faces onto his cria
Ideuma Creek Alpacas | John & Denise Jacobus | Unadilla, NY | (607) 563-9174 | email@example.com
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Solar de Peru is the son of a fawn Alianza Peruvian Import. He is a full Alianza herdsire who passes on superior genetics, conformation, and fiber to each of his cria. He has several blue ribbon winning cria on the ground including Molly, owned by Suzan and Gene Hillhouse of Hummingbird Ranch in Grain Valley, MO and Cabellas owned by Donna and Ed Rutkowski of Alpaca Fantasy World in Maine, NY.
In particular, Solar passes on fiber filled faces, dense topknots and crimpy fiber with long staple length. We have been very impressed as to just how much improvement breeding to Solar can make in just one generation. Many of Solar's male crias have been purchased as herd sires at other alpaca farms throughout the state.
Solar de Peru's mom is Ppperuvian Sunflower, an import from the third Peruvian importation. Despite the well known color gentics of white alpacas, In our experience with Solar here at Ideuma Creek, he has produced color 100% of the time when bred to color, and he has more than 50 cria to prove it! Solar was owned and used as a herdsire at Driscoll Alpacas in Canada where he was referred to as "a top breeding stud". Solar is the father of the first registered twins born in North America. He was bred to a full Accoyo female and the Ali-Accoyo twins were born in 1999. An article on these twins is in the Spring 2000 AOBA Alpacas magazine. We are very pleased to be able to have Solar here on our farm. He is a beautiful alpaca with a long track record of producing top-notch, solid colored crias. We will offer a few females bred to Solar for sale on our farm this year in addition to a limited number of outside breedings. If you are looking to add beautiful, soft, crimpy fiber, coverage and that beautiful typey head to your herd without giving up solid color, you might want to consider Solar.
Ideuma Creek's Molly owned by
Suzan and Gene Hillhouse of Hummingbird Ranch in Grain Valley, MO
Solar's Daugher, St Paulie Girl is Producing Beautiful Offspring at Gentle Breeze Alpacas
Our good friends Kevin and Martha Cady of Gentle Breeze Alpacas in Burlington Flats, New York, purchased St Paulie girl several years ago as a cria. She produced a simply magnificent female cria for them last year, Gentle Breeze's Reminisce. Combining the Alianza genetics that back up Solar and Invasion's Accoyo genetics really produced one whopper of a winner - in size, stature and fleece quality for them. To learn more about St Paulie Girl, Reminisce and about Gentle Breeze Alpacas, e-mail the Cady's at firstname.lastname@example.org