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Fiber / Scientific Data

 Diameter: 20.2 microns, SD: 3.8 microns, CV: 18.8%, Staple Length: 90 mm, Comfort Factor: 98.4%

Mary's Misty Magnolia

ARI# 30404625   D.O.B. 10/16/2005  (14 yrs)

Huacaya, Female, Proven | White

Sire: MFG Eagle_deleted | ARI# 837381  | White, Beige 
Dam: SCA Peruvian Misty Rose | ARI# 836693  | Light Fawn |

MISTY MAGNOLIA is healthy, big boned and laid back. Champions throughout her genetic code should kick in...

This cria is quiet and sweet. No trouble at all. She's nursing up a storm and is now 50 pounds at 4 months old. She's right on schedule, her fleece is starting to bundle and what's most important...her mom has plenty of milk and her mom loves her! Misty Magnolia is now producing the most amazing cria. You will be certain to see them in the show ring! Currently bred to Warrior for a May 2010 cria, we will see . . . what will be!

Awards

2007 - AOBA National - White Bred and Owned Yearling - Second
2007 - AOBA National - White Huacaya Female Yearling - Third
2007 - MAPACA - While Female Halter Yearling - First
2007 - The All American Futurity - White Female Yearling - Third
2007 - The Kentucky Classic - White Female Halter Yearling - Second
2006 - PAOBA - White Female Juvenile - First & Grand Champion
2006 - MAPACA - Beige Female Juvenile - Second
2006 - VAOBA Expo - White Female Yearling - Fifth
2008 - Fashion to Fiber - Beige Female Yearling - Second
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Offspring

Magnificent Jr. Herdsire
ARI# 31040242   D.O.B. 5/18/2008 (11 yrs)
Huacaya, Male| White, Full Peruvian, Unproven
Sire: Accoyo America Sinbad
Dam: Mary's Misty Magnolia
A Magnificent Jr. Herdsire... For those who covet color What a beautiful male. Perfect conformation and fiber and coverage enhance the overall pict...

Mary's Alpaca - The Plains, VA

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Updated 10/4/2016