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4Peruvian Altiplano Gold

Alpaca , Huacaya , Herdsire (Male) |Proven |Beige

AOA# 166567 | DOB: 1/1/1994

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Altiplano Gold is now in Texas where he is part of our Star Herdsire lineup.

He was previously in Maine and Vermont – producing a New England staple bloodline. His offspring are highly sought after. His reputation for consistently producing high levels of quality in his offspring is unmatched by most males. He has an amazing ability to pass on positive traits in fleece and conformation– with over 90% of his offspring (or those with his lineage) placing first and second in tough local and national competitions. His cria have shown instant improvement over their dams. Even dams of the highest quality have crias that are a step up with Altiplano Gold as their mate – all the right positives to the right degree to produce the complete quality offspring. From density, coverage, architecture and crimp – fleeces are taken to the next level. Body types are improved with heavier bone and greater “type” in style.

He has produced offspring in just about every color group...including grey. One of the most stunning attributes of his offspring’s fleeces is the sheen and brightness commonly seen in fleeces with great glandular development near the hair follicles.

At the 2008 TXOLAN show where there were several Altiplano Gold offspring....the judges consistently commented on the "highly evolved" fleece architecture.

Altiplano Gold has passed away, but has left behind a wonderful legacy of offspring

Peruvian Solocotta import – DOB Jan 1, 1994
Purchase Terms

We can offer flexible/creative financing options. We usually require 25% down with options to pay the remainder over 1-2 years.

Updated 3/12/2012