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Apache 2019
Apache January 2018

Noeme Dam to Apache Gold

Chia from black female


Apache 2021

Excellent Density with fineness!

AZA Apache Gold

ARI# 35079354   D.O.B. 6/14/2016 (5 yrs)

Huacaya, Herdsire (Male), Proven | Light Fawn

1/4 Chilean
Sire: TPS Sebastian by Skywalker | ARI# 32583427  | Light Fawn 
Dam: Noeme | ARI# 32307078  | Medium Fawn 

Price:

$8,000

Stud Fee:

$1,500
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Apache is an impressive fellow with what he holds in him and on him, he is confirmationaly straight and sound with fleece qualities and character that his Ancestry dictates. His fleece remains clean from skin to tip holding little if any vegetable matter on his fleece. His fleece is dense, crimpy with a lustrous character that has put him on the Breeding Herd sire list as his fleece has matured into something to be proud of. He has settled a couple of our girls with cria due fall of 2020, he has one 2019 offspring on the ground and her fleece is impressive!

Update: Fiber Density stats

Data Details: Density: 79.0/mm Secondary: Primary fiber Ratio: 12.1:1
In-skin mean primary fiber diameter: 22.8 / Standard Deviation 2.7
In-skin mean secondary fiber diameter 19.2/ Standard Deviation 2.7

Report Comments: Very good density with two highly uniform fiber populations and a very good fiber population differential of 3.6 microns. These are very good numbers for a fawn alpaca Sire!

And you Should see his girls!!! Oh my Goodness! sporting his color to the color of the female he's bred to with all of his
locks of dense crimpy and very shinny fleece



Awards

Skin Biopsy Report
The ORIGINAL 100% Alpaca Density Test™
Date of test: 26 May 2020
Alpaca Name: AZA Apache Gold
Owner name and address: Noreen Vaughan
Paulden AZ
Alpaca breed: Huacaya
Alpaca age: 44 months
Alpaca color: Light Fawn
Alpaca sex: Male
Data details:
Density: 79.0 /mm
Secondary: Primary fiber ratio: 12.1:1
In-skin mean primary fiber diameter: 22.8µ Standard Deviation: 2.7 µ Range: 16.9 µ to 27.9 ?
In-skin mean secondary fiber diameter: 19.2µ Standard Deviation: 2.7 µ Range: 12.9 µ to 28.7 ?
Comments:
Very good density with two highly uniform fiber populations and a very good fiber population differential of 3.6 microns.
These are very good numbers for a fawn alpaca sire!
Looking forward…
The aim is to produce primary fibers that are so fine as to be virtually indistinguishable from the secondary fibers.
This is an important point.
Primary and secondary fibers need to be increased in number (by selective breeding) in order for the number of follicles per group (expressed as S/P ratio) and follicle density (expressed as follicles per square millimeter) to increase. As follicle numbers per follicle group increase the pressure on the primary hair to perform like a secondary is increased and so they become less and less distinguishable within a staple or lock.
This will increase fleece weight
By reducing primary fiber diameter, ‘guard hair’ is also eventually eliminated.
Zero interest on financing of purchase with an agreed upon deposit and payments for no more than 12 months for single on multiple purchases.

Offspring

Beautiful black + a dash of spice!!
ARI# 35500865   D.O.B. 11/8/2019 (1 yr)
Huacaya, Female| True Black, 1/2 Peruvian, 1/2 Chilean, Unproven
Sire: AZA Apache Gold
Dam: FVA Luna
I just love this little girl, she is growing nicely and should be mature enough for breeding this fall. She has better fleece than her dam in charac...

Arizona Alpacas - paulden, AZ

Price:
$5,000

Updated 7/9/2021