Dundee's Etta of Adrenalin
Alpaca , Huacaya , Open (Female) |Proven |Light Fawn
AOA# 1324495 | DOB: 9/20/2007 (15 yrs)
We were looking to add a bred female to our herd to round out our foundation. In reviewing the fleece samples we had acquired we recalled one sample where we had not actually been able to put our hands on the alpaca as she was on her maiden breeding voyage. We made plans to revisit Sara Jane and Hugh Maclennan at Dundee Farms and take a look at Etta. We are so thankful that we did.
Just one look tells you that this daughter of champions is a solid, stunning young female. She is structurally solid, perfect bite, proportions, dense bones, and straight legs. When you put your hands in her light fawn fleece you have to admire its length and the palpable architecture throughout. What your hands really appreciate is the fineness and the consistency of fineness throughout. When you consider her heritage, one could assume that such wonderful traits should not be uncommon.
Her mother Clementine is an eye catching, robust female, who not only was a Reserve Champion, but also Best Bred and Owned. Her sire is none other than Aztec Adrenalin, who is a multiple champion, a two time Get of Sire, and proving to be a very predictable breeder of quality producing 3 champions out of 5 crias. Her Great Grand Grandmother PPPeruvian Snappy, is one of the best females in Canada and her great grandfather, PPeruvian Victor has graced many progeny with his signature fleece structure.
We are excited to add her genetics with our El Nino Genetics in Carlton Ritz;
2009 Histogram: (18 months of age) 20.7 AFD; 3.7 SD; 18.1 CV; 2.2 > 30
|06/01/2009||20.7 AFD; 3.7 SD; 18.1 CV; 2.2>30|
|05/23/2011||afd 21.8; sd 5.0; CV 22.9; sf 21.6; >30 4.5; Mean Curv 41.8;|
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