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Dougherty Creek's Gabriela

Birthdate: 5/19/2010
Heritage: 
Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #: 32151800
Color: Light Fawn

Type: Female Huacaya
Status: Open / Unproven

Description: Gabby-girl is arguably the best looking female Excel has sired to-date. She is the type of female we had in mind when we contemplated Vincent's future in our herd. His demonstrated pre-potency for fleece traits paired with Gabby - we think the sky's the limit.

Gabby also brings her own above average fleece traits to the table. In her first shearing she produced 8.25 lbs. of grade 2 fiber with an excellent 6 inch staple. This is the type of fleece that makes a lot of yarn -20 skeins last year to be exact.

She comes with a breeding to any of our herdsires - we HIGHLY suggest Vincent.

 Dam: Dougherty Creek's Mallory
Light Fawn, 841392,

AKA - "Princess Mallory" - This female is truly something very special
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AKA - "Princess Mallory" - This female is truly something very special.

In 2004 she placed first at the AOBA Summer National Handcrafters Spin-off - in 2005 she placed 2nd - among some very heavy competition that included the most notorious genetics in the country. In 2003 she received a second place ribbon at the AOBA National Fleece show in the large light fawn juvenile class - again with competition from some of the biggest farms in the US.
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 Sire: Ferrari’s Excel
Beige, 30848757, Full Peruvian

Excel caught our eye at the 2007 AOBA Summer National show. When we f
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Excel caught our eye at the 2007 AOBA Summer National show. When we felt the “butter soft” hand of his fleece we immediately realized this male was special - in fact we had never felt anything like it. Excel’s quality is undeniable and his skin biopsy at 18 months verified what we saw and felt. A high number of densely packed follicles in his skin, combined with exceptional uniformity in both Primary and Secondary fibers - and between both fiber types - is why his fleece feels like butter.

(Tested by Alpaca Consulting (Watt) @ 18 months)
Follicle density: 65.46 / mm2
S:P 12.48

Primaries: 27.90µ SD 2.61µ
Secondaries: 20.08µ SD 3.35µ
CV: 20%

"This is a well above average male exhibiting high density".
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