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Dec 2018
Dec 2018



with daughter born 8/4/15

Fiber / Scientific Data

2018OFDA2000, AFD: 25.2, SD: 5.5, CF: 85.5
2015OFDA 2000, AFD: 25.2, SD: 6.8 (pregnant)
2014OFDA 2000, AFD: 24.9, SD: 6.4
2013OFDA 2000, AFD: 23.1, SD: 7.11
2012AFD: 17.0, SD: 5.3, CV: 31.0, %>30: 3.0

MaRS Lunae Lacus

ARI# 32424010   D.O.B. 6/10/2011  (8 yrs)

Huacaya, Female, Proven | Dark Brown, Bay Black

5/8 Bolivian, 3/8 Chilean
Sire: Black Majesty | ARI# 819068  | Bay Black |
Dam: Dao Vallis | ARI# 835041  | True Black |

What a character! Lunae Lacus is just like her mom, a farm favorite!

Lunae is a robust female that was destined to replace her mother in our herd when her mom was retired from production. She has a solid build, correct bite, and personality plus! The color of her fleece reminds me of a dark chocolate marble cake.

She is a well build, healthy female with many years of production ahead of her. Her fleece shows consistency in character throughout the blanket but as she ages she has started "graying" like her dam.

For her first cria Lunae was bred to multi award winner, Killian of Wicklow Glen. The result was a beautiful fawn female with a hint of gray to her fleece. Lunae delivered her unassisted and has already proven herself to be a fantastic mom with plenty of milk just like her dam.

Lunae was exposed to our own medium silver male, Stoney, for a possible summer 2019 cria. If Lunae is not pregnant she comes with a complimentary breeding to any of our Alpacas from MaRS herdsires.

MaRS Factoid: Lunae Lacus is a classical albedo feature on Mars. "Lake of the Moon" aka Lacus Lunæ.

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Offspring

ARI# 35301554   D.O.B. 8/4/2015 (3 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| Medium Fawn, 1/2 Bolivian, Unproven
Sire: Killian of Wicklow Glen
Dam: MaRS Lunae Lacus
Service Sire: Jamuna's Stoney from MaRS
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Updated 2/19/2019