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Colonial Alpacas

Where quality meets affordability.

17 1/2 months old
Connie fleece picture @ 8 months.

Fiber / Scientific Data

2020-05-11MD: 20.3 / SD: 4.0 / CV: 19.6 / >30:1.8

Line-bred on Majestic Peruvian Jeremiah

Colonial SJConnie

ARI# 35278337   D.O.B. 6/14/2019 (1 yr)

Huacaya, Female, Unproven | White

Full Peruvian
Sire: CCNF Spittfire | ARI# 35238225  | Beige 
Dam: Jemehra | ARI# 31458955  | Beige 
Service Sire:     

Currently being auctioned on Openherd.com

Category: Alpacas For Sale
Current bid: $1,500
Time left: 1 day, 17 hours
Bid on this Alpaca at Openherd.com

Talk about a stacked registration! Combining the genetics of Snowmass, Magical Farms, and Cas-Cad-Nac Farm all into one animal. Let's start with Majestic Peruvian Jeremiah, which is listed on the sires and the dam's side of the registration. Jeremiah was recently listed in The American Alpaca Journal, published by Snowmass, as "one of the dominant sires of his age." On the sires' side (twice) is the well-known Snowmass Quechua, as quoted by Snowmass, "without question the most influential American-born Huacaya sire produced to date." Now let's look at the CCNF contribution with CCNF Elixir, CCNF Archangel, and don't forget the goddess CCNF Magdalena. I could go on and on listing who's who in Connie's registration, but you get the picture.

Connie is line-bred on the Majestic Peruvian Jeremiah line (3rd and 4th generation). In the 5th and 6th generation, 4Peruvian Legacy appears once in Jemhra and Spittfire in the 5th and 6th generation. Peruvian Hemingway makes an appearance twice in Spittfire and once in Jemehra in the 6th generation.

"Every generation, each parent passes half their chromosomes to their child. If nothing happened to the chromosomes between generations, then there would be around a 1 in 8 chance that you would get no DNA from a great, great, great grandparent.

What most people forget, though, is that our chromosomes get mixed and matched before they are passed on. It is because of this "recombination" that your great, great, great grandparent's DNA is almost certainly still lurking in yours." Arjun Adhikari

Now for Connie herself, you decide with a visit and a hands-on inspection. Connie will be of age to breed this summer. Jemhera (Connie's dam) is available at no cost when you buy Connie.

The only reason the asking price is low is that Connie does not come with a breeding.

Updated 4/10/2021