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Sweet Pines Alpacas

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2008 Cria - Ariane

2010 Son

2009 Cria - Terra

Fiber / Scientific Data

2012Micron Count: 25.5/4.8/18.7/87.8%
2009Micron Count: 4.5" staple at 5 yrs old
2008Micron Count: 24.2/4.7/19.4/92.2%
2007Micron Count: 24.3/4.7/19.3/90.6%
2006Micron Count: 21.6/4.4/20.2/96.4%
2005Micron Count: 18.6
2009Shearing Weight: Blanket - 7 pounds
2008Shearing Weight: 13 pounds
2007Shearing Weight: 10 pounds

Award Winner, Excellent Producer

El Campeon

ARI# 1199093   D.O.B. 8/2/2004  (16 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Proven | Medium Fawn

7/8 Peruvian, 1/8 Chilean
Sire: NWA/Line Fallstaff | ARI# 817705  | Medium Fawn |
Dam: Tasha Yar _deleted_11/1/2020 4:01:59 AM | ARI# 807035  | Medium Fawn 

El Campeon (Champ) is retired and living on lush green pastures. He is listed here for reference only.

El Campeon's offspring are proving to be well-conformed, crimpy, and uniform. He has improved upon the dam in uniformity, handle, coverage, crimp amplitude, and even personality. He is producing incredible fineness as low as 14 microns! One breeder said of their Champ cria, "he is a beautiful male with the best fleece on our farm - ultra fine, silky, and very crimpy!"

El Campeon (Champ) has a luscious medium to dark fawn AWARD-WINNING FLEECE that you can't keep your hands off and a head & coverage you can't keep your eyes off. The first thing you notice about Champ besides his gentle yet confident demeanor is his FULL COVERAGE from head to toe. At further inspection, his SOFT HANDLE, DENSITY, AND UNIFORM CRIMP abound throughout his fleece. And the judges agree. Among Champ's many fleece awards includes a FIRST PLACE at the AFCNA Continental Fleece Show in 2008; judge's comments were that he was "the Clear Winner with very much the higher score, very good staple length, definition and character...good uniformity overall, and a very heavy cutting fleece." In 2007, we sheared an amazing 10 pounds of fiber from Champ, which he topped with 13 POUNDS in 2008. He is also well conformed with an excellent bite, and settled his first female on our ranch at just a month after turning 2 years old.

Champ's dam, Tasha Yar, has maintained an extremely fine fleece - 20.7 microns at 10 years of age! She continues to produce award winning crias for us and is an excellent mother. Champ's sire, NWA/Line Fallstaff, has many awards, winning Reserve Color Champion at GWAS Fleece Show 2005 at age 5! Both dam and sire are maintaining superior fiber quality as they age, and Champ is following right in their footsteps. Champ's bloodlines include Don Julio, along with grandsires El Moustachio and PPeruvian Felix.


6th Place - 2009 AOBA WORLD CONFERENCE Fleece
1st Place - 2008 AFCNA Continental Fleece Show
2nd Place - 2008 Alpacapalooza Fleece Show - "Great fleece, esp. for age!" - judge, Cheryl Gehly
1st Place - 2007 Wild West Fleece Show
]2nd] 2nd Place - 2006 Fiber Odyssey Spin-off - "Very nice to work with. Soft, uniform yarn." - judge
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Gorgeous Crimp
ARI# 32098266   D.O.B. 6/22/2010 (10 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| White, Full Peruvian, Unproven
Sire: El Campeon
Dam: Sweet Pines Springs
Service Sire: Alpaca Adventures' Milano
Lumina has a gorgeous fleece - EXTREMELY DENSE and CRIMPY with a nice SOFT handle. Her conformation is strong and straight with excellent bone substan...

Sweet Pines Alpacas - Craigmont, ID

ARI# 31893763   D.O.B. 7/21/2009 (11 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| Dark Fawn, Full Peruvian, Proven
Sire: El Campeon
Dam: Sheyenne
Testarossa is a beautifully conformed female and wonderful mother with abundant milk. She produces one of our heaviest fleeces each year due to her tr...

Sweet Pines Alpacas - Craigmont, ID

wonderful mama
ARI# 31893893   D.O.B. 6/26/2009 (11 yrs)
Huacaya, Female| White, 7/8 Peruvian, 1/8 Chilean, Proven
Sire: El Campeon
Dam: Pacifica's Malia
Tundra has solid conformation, tremendous substance of bone, and quality fleece characteristics, including wonderful brightness, length, density, and ...

Sweet Pines Alpacas - Craigmont, ID

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Updated 3/3/2019