Please feel free to have a closer look at our males that are listed below. If you would like to see a bigger picture just click on the thumbnail. Also, if you see a larger underlined font in the animal information list you may click on it to view a picture of either the ARI registration, the sire, or the dam.
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Hemingway’s Hemiaccoyo Grand Slam is the final culmination of Timberland Alpacas many years of ownership of Peruvian Hemingway. Slam is agrandson of multichampion Victor and Champion Sara’s Sahara who is one of Hemingway’s best female offspring. He is also a direct son of Peruvian Hemingway. Hemingway undoubtedly remains the most renowned sire in the North American industry. Grand Slam is the result of very careful line breeding of grandfather to granddaughter, which in itself is very special and takes a minimum of six years to accomplish. Slam may be the only direct Hemingway son to boast these credentials. His dam, Victors Hemiaccoyo Valia, is also a Champion. Grand Slam is Timberland Alpacas’ very last son from Hemingway, and is also one of the youngest Hemingway male offspring in the country. BirchKnoll Alpacas is proud to co-owen this stunning Heningway son with Timberland Alpacas
Grand Slam is a young male that is just beginning his breeding career, and is expecting his first offspring in the spring of 2010. Like his sire, Grand Slam’s powerful attributes include fineness of fleece, consistency of micron (17 at first and second sheariings), lack of guad hairs, strength of bone and conformation. Added to this package is the genetic contribution from dam Victor’s Valia of staple length, sheer physical size and presence. The result is a male that cannot help but draw your attention.
Victor’s Hemiaccoyo Argonaut has great presence and a tremendous fleece that encompasses the best of two distinct pedigrees. His fleece has the fineness, uniformity and luster of Hemingway and the density of the Accoyo line. We purchased him from Timberland Alpacas in the summer of 2005 as a cornerstone to our breeding program. Check out his fleece pictures and histograms. At three years old his micron count was 16.8 with standard deviation of 3.1. We are very pleased with his first progeny.
Reserve your breedings with Victor’s Hemiaccoyo Argonaut today.
2004: (OFDA 2000 Report - Tested by Whittick Fiber Testing)
FD: 17.2, SD: 3.7, CV: 21.6%, CF: 100.0%, Curve: 45.5 
2005: (OFDA 2000 Report - Tested by Whittick Fiber Testing)
FD: 17.4, SD: 3.3, CV: 18.9%, CF: 100.0%, Curve: 52.4 
2006: (Sirolan Laserscan Micron Test Report - Tested by Yocom-McColl Testing Laboratories)
FD: 16.5 SD: 3.0, CV: 18.2%, CF: 99.4%
2007: (Sirolan Laserscan Micron Test Report - Tested by Yocom-McColl Testing Laboratories)
FD: 16.8 SD: 3.1, CV: 18.5, CF: 99.5
His stud fee is $2500. For females that have won a blue ribbon we are going to offer a $300 discount. Drive-by breedings are going to be offered for $1800 until December ‘07.
There aren’t many like him in the southeast, so take advantage of this exceptional offer.
The above mentioned fees are applicable for 2007 and are subject to change in 2008. If you are interested please contact us for further details as well as multiple breeding discounts.
Acaraho is unbelievably dense and has already an amazing presence and we know why. His sire, 6Peruvian Plantel is known for passing on great density, fleece characteristics and bone structure to his offspring and we are excited to say Acaraho got it all.
For more information please feel free to contact us either via phone at (770) 577-2250 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org . We will be happy to answer any questions you might have about our animals and send you additional information.
We look forward to hearing from, or seeing you at BirchKnoll Alpacas.
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