CoCo makes very fine fiber, tall large boned offspring. CoCo's daughter, River's Crystal Kiernan took color champion at the 2013 International Alpaca Odyssey in dark halter. CoCo's daughter took reserve color champion at the 2013 California Classic.
CoCo is a big girl with rich solid brown fine fiber. She is priced to sell. The choice of a good herdsire breeding combination brought to CoCo's Cria more density, softness, richness, and crimp, but the offspring gets stature, bone and conformation from this elegant dam. She will make a good foundation dam with these attributes. CoCo's first AFD at 20 months is 20.4 and this past year at age 9 she is still has an AFD of 20.7 microns. That is true consistency of fiber. No change over 6 years.
CoCo is out of Bartolomeo Arrogante. Barolomeo's progeny have increased size, solid confirmation, significant bone mass, color, with improved fiber fineness and density. CoCo has given us cria every year since we have owned her, she was one our first purchase of an alpaca. She conceives easily, gives birth easily and is a great mother with plenty of milk.
CoCo has a beautiful head, perfect bite, is healthy, young and ready to give you years of production. We owned her mother, grandmother and father, we saw three generations of improvement. CoCo is priced to sell, and her price is certainly not a reflection of her quality. We are focusing our breeding goals toward white alpacas and CoCo would work much better for a breeder of color.
SOMETIMES IT IS JUST AS IMPORTANT TO BREED FOR SIZE, STATURE AND CONFORMATION AND NOT JUST FOR THE SHOW RING FIBER. CoCo has proven that she can produce a champion. Start your breeding decision with the alpaca frame and then go to the fiber. This is how we used CoCo and the results were River's Crystal Kiernan who had it all. She can also do that for your breeding program.