Congratulations Cammie & Craig Nussbaum of Alpacas on the Horizon on her purchase of Cranberry!
Here is a real opportunity to own one of Norm Evans top biopsied suri females!
This is what Dr. Norm Evans had to say about her...
"Cranberry" was biopsied as a 40 month old light fawn suri female. Her 15X scam shows fiber clusters very uniform in shape and placement within her connective tissue. Her Density is 71 follicles SQ MM of skin and her S/P ration from 25 normal fiber clusters averages 10.2 to 1. She grades level 2 of 4 gland presence and 70% of her secondary fibers show medullation. 100 secondary fibers average 19.3 microns while 50 primary fibers average 26.1 microns fir a variation of only 6.8 microns. Cranberry's strong points are her density, S/P ratio, uniformity of fiber clusters and fineness of her secondary fibers. This girl is in the top percentile of suri females that I have tested based on fiber stats."
"Cranberry" is the spitting image of her mom "Ilona" with lovely, fine, tightly twisted lustrous locks, strong well balanced body, solid bones, good bite and a happy frisky personality.
Cranberry is offered at a "REAL DEAL" of a price! You can't get quality like this at a better price!
Her sire is Peruvian Diesel, owned by Oregon Alpaca Farm. He is an incredible male that has stamped luster, locks and density on this girl! Mom is the Dam of 2012 IAO Supreme Champion fleece, which Cranberry is her half sister!
This girl has was shown in halter only once and took a Blue ribbon with competition in her shorn division.
Cranberry gave birth to a gorgeous light fawn male from DDF Accoyo Tourbillion.
His name is Tourbillion's Vega and is currently residing on our A Show team!
Cranberry sells bred to Sierra Bonita's Peruvian Sniper!
This is an awesome opportunity to strengthen your foundation herd with excellent show quality alpacas!