119 Accoyo's Maximus

( 3/4 Accoyo Herdsire )

Maximus, alpaca herdsire

3/4 Accoyo

Beautiful prime fleece

Statistics ~

ARI #1340280
Color:  White
DOB:  10/05/2005
Stud Fee:  $1,500.

Lineage ~

Sire:  CODI Peruvian Absolut
White, 828162, full Peruvian, full Accoyo
Son of Peruvian Accoyo Amadeus.  Proven to produce show quality offspring including herdsire quality males.
Dam:  Peruvian Mariposa
Light Fawn, 816473, full Peruvian
Mariposa is the daughter of Peruvian Accoyo Cordero.

Fleece ~

Fiber:  2007: AFD 20.8; SD 3.7; CV 17.8

Description ~

Accoyo's Maximus is a very special male.  He's a big, typey teddy bear with fantastic genetics and gorgeous fleece quality.  His half Accoyo mom, Mariposa, and full Accoyo sire, Absolut, have their finest creation.

Max is growing a lot of top quality fiber exhibiting tight, frequent crimp and a bright, white luster.  Very dense, very fine....with full coverage.  He has excellent bone, an excellent bite and excellent temperament. 

Max's sire Absolut, is out of CPeruvian Accoyo Amadeus.  Max's Accoyo bloodlines are rare in this country as his grandsire, Amadeus, is now in Germany where he's producing show winner after show winner in Europe.

Max's light fawn dam, Mariposa, has produced dark rose grey, medium fawn, dark fawn, and white.  Max's sire has produced 2 fawn crias and 3 white crias.

Exciting news... Max now has a true black cria on the ground!  There are some strong color genetics hiding under Max's fabulous fleece!

Accoyo's Maximus is proudly co-owned with River Ridge Alpacas.

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