Protect Your Herd with Concealed Carry Genetics!™
Bujorian's Peruvian Major is packing — Accoyo genetics that is. Major's pedigree is hard to conceal. He has uniformity of color, density, and fineness. When you put your hands on him, you can appreciate the richness of his handle. Judge Wade Gease "Good Hand". Histogram 2009 as 2-year-old: 20.7µ AFD 4.2 SD 20.1 CV 97.6 CF. Proven stud at 2 years. Secure a low introductory breeding fee now. He is loaded with potential.
When you find a blue stone you have discovered something precious!™
Our herd is all Huacaya, full Peruvian, some with blended Accoyo pedigrees. And you will find something precious here to start or complement your herd.
Did you know that "Peruvian" really has more to do with genetic refinement than country of origin?
Most "Peruvian" U.S. alpacas have been selectively imported from large, well respected fiber co-operatives where genetic refinement is practiced. These co-ops are located in Peru near the fiber processing mills and they want to sell to high fashion industry in Europe and Asia. So their alpacas are improved through intense selection to produce the most desirable fiber for a specific end use.
Many U.S. imports from the 1980's introduction were from small Indian herds in Chile. The latter imports, 1993 to 1998, were mainly from large co-ops in Peru, but were also selected from other well managed herds. Julio Barreda made his Accoyo ranch famous by refining his alpacas toward a measurable, reproducible standard.
These refined, "Peruvian" alpacas are a much improved version over primitive alpacas. They exhibit remarkable fineness, excellent crimp and uniform density. Therefore, breeders in the U.S. have most often associated the ideal type alpaca with Peruvian alpacas.
Careful breeding decisions are paramount for success. A great pedigree must accompany great conformation and great fleece. The ultimate test of breeding value is reproducibility of the highest standards.
So, Protect Your Herd with Concealed Carry Genetics!™
Why are we in the livestock business?
Are you wondering how to influence your investments for growth?
Many hard working people are looking for investment alternatives where they can participate with their talents and time. When we discovered that owning and breeding alpacas can be a unique and profitable business, land and livestock became our new investment strategy. Patience, involvement, diligence and time are necessary ingredients for any wealth creation strategy. But joy must be discovered in the journey. Otherwise, you can't enjoy the rich experience of each day's work.
Each day, our family shares the passion and enjoyment of managing the herd, keeping a shepherd's eye on quality health and breeding practices. We have experienced the thrill of new cria's arrival and the satisfaction of seeing our breeding decisions produce quality offspring. It calms the soul to care for these gentle creatures with expressive eyes and soft humming. Raising alpacas is very rewarding.
The alpaca industry is growing and more breeders are needed to increase and improve the quality of a national herd for fiber production. We can help you get started or find the perfect complement for your herd.
We invite you to schedule a visit with us and discover something precious today.
Thanks for visiting,
Joe, Gail, Lauren, and Allison.