Peruvian Big Bromley
Is a stylish all white herdsire with full and dense fibre coverage who last year yielded 10 1/2 pounds of fibre at shearing. Interestingly, many of his cria on the ground retain the solid color of the dam. Bromley is now co-owned with Spa Alpacas of Ballston Spa, New York. He is available for breeding at $2,000. If interested, contact Mettowee Valley Farm at 802-325-3039 or fax 802-325-7023. (Big Bromley is registered as Peruvian Eliser 64556)


Peruvian Tardis
An Accoyo from the ranch of Don Julio Barreda near
Macusani in Peru, was selected near the top from
the 1995 Peruvian import by Jim Vickers, DVM of
Maplewood Farm, Charlevoix, Michigan. Tardis was purchased in May of 1996 by Mettowee Valley Farm. His offspring are exceptional. He won Get of Sire at the Eastern Alpaca Jubilee in 1999. Tardis is a good-sized herdsire, standing 37 inches at the withers, beautifully proportioned with very dense fibre and the unmistakeable Accoyo head. Tardis is standing at stud at Mettowee Valley Farm, and is available for a limited number of breedings at $2,500.


Chocolate Moose
A rangy bay black herdsire whose father is
MACUSANI of WoodsEdge Wools farm. He has a wonderful disposition and we have been using him as a sire selectively on our farm for two years. He will produce a dark brown/black if bred to color. A handsome animal.


5Peruvian Granite A gorgeous medium sized gray herdsire, co-owned with Rocky Run Alpacas of Malvern, PA. Beautiful confirmation and very straight are his outstanding attributes. GRANITE has put handsome cria of all colors on the ground, from white through various shades of gray to black.


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