Alpaca Breeding / Stud Services
Stud Service Fee: $1000
Maximus is a fabulous true black alpaca with a dense, well structured fleece and incredibly solid bone and conformation. This is a boy who won both the Black Fleece Championship and the Halter Reserve Championship at the 2009 VAOBA Expo.
With a lineage that includes Peruvian Grand Master and Inca’s Ransom, this son of the impressive Evander and beautiful Chase Tavern Rogue has a range of colors in his genetic background. Peruvian Maximus is passing on his incredible fleece and heavy bone structure on to his crias.
Maximus has sired numerous crias and they range in colors from beige to gray and black. All of his crias have lovely fleece and incredibly well shaped, full fleeced heads with fluffy ears. We invite you to consider adding Peruvian Maximus’ incredible genetics to your alpaca breeding program.
- CHAMPION VAOBA Expo 2009 Fleece
- RESERVE CHAMPION VAOBA Expo 2009 Halter
- 1st – 2009 VAOBA Halter
- 1st – 2009 VAOBA Fleece
- 1st – 2009 MAPACA Jubilee Fleece
- 2nd – 2010 VAOBA Expo Halter
- 3rd – 2011 Carolina Alpaca Celebration Halter
- 4th – 2010 Carolina Alpaca Celebration Halter (class of 15)
- 4th – 2010 Carolina Alpaca Celebration Halter, Bred & Owned
- 4th – 2009 VAOBA Expo Halter, Bred & Owned
- 6th – 2009 Virginia Classic Halter
Type: Male Huacaya
Heritage: Full Peruvian
Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #: 31201391
Color: True Black
Chase Tavern Rogue
True Black, 30443167, Peruvian
This is a beautiful Chase Tavern Full Peruvian female who is black as coal. She has very defined crimp with dense coverage. She is an Accoyo Grandmaster granddaughter, and if you know Grandmaster progeny, you will appreciate this female.
Beige, 808844, Peruvian
With almost 150 progeny to date, Evander has put his stamp on the US Alpaca world with quality and dependability in his offspring. Amazing in every regard and in every color! We have been taken back by this herdsire’s ability to improve the female instantly producing multiple blue ribbon and Championship winners.
Evander is a proud, full-Peruvian son of Inca’s Ransom. He is a solid male with dense, bundling crimp and a magnificent head. Evander is a proven stud with cria that are nothing short of spectacular. Evander adds density, coverage, style and crimp to his offspring with an array of color ranging from white to gray. Evander’s offspring exhibit astounding fleece character, coverage and conformation and seem to be inheriting their Sire’s magnificent “head”.
Stud Service Fee: $2500
Lord Tennyson has it all, wonderful bloodlines – Bueno, Caligula, El Patron, The Silversmith; incredible fleece – brilliant white, tight, crimpy bundles; good size and conformation; and incredible presence. Tennyson has inherited the great fleece shearing weight of his sire Lord Byron, like his sire Tennyson shears around 10 pounds. In addition to all these wonderful characteristics, Tennyson is a gentle boy with an incredible sense of presence about him.
At the 2009 VAOBA Expo Fleece Show, he was awarded the Reserve Color Championship. Earlier that year, he won First in the light class of the Virginia Classic Walking Fleece Fiber Futurity for the second time in a row. In 2008 he won as the youngest in the class at exactly 6 months of age (and went on to win Best in Futurity), and next year as the oldest in the class, just one day shy of 18 months.
Lord Tennyson’s first crias hit the ground in 2011, and they are incredible. They all have lovely fleece, conformation, and that sense of presence that hints at great things to come. Most of his crias have been white, though he has produced some lovely fawn crias out of dark dams. His crias offer proof that Tennyson is producing consistently dense, bright and conformationally correct offspring. You can see his stamp in their adorable ‘teddy bear’ faces and fleece. We were very pleased when Tennyson won First in the 2013 VA Classic Get of Sire. At the same show, Sir Galahad repeated Tennyson’s success in the Walking Fleece competition, winning First and Champion. His daughter Wild Bells was the 2014 VA Classic White Halter Color Champion. Tennyson has produced more than 16 crias, with more on the way.
Consider the benefits of adding Lord Tennyson’s great genetics to your herd. He has been the foundation of our herd, and will be a great addition to any alpaca breeding program. Contact us today to set up an appointment to meet this impressive herdsire.
- Reserve Color Champion – 2009 VAOBA Expo Fleece Show
- Best in Futurity – 2008 Virginia Classic Walking Fleece Fiber Futurity
- 1st – 2013 Virginia Classic Get of Sire
- 1st – 2009 VAOBA Expo Fleece Show
- 1st – 2009 Virginia Classic Walking Fleece Fiber Futurity
- 1st – 2008 Virginia Classic Walking Fleece Fiber Futurity
- 1st – 2008 AFCNA Continental Fleece Show
- 1st – 2008 VAOBA Spin-Off
- 2nd – 2012 MAPACA Spin-Off
- 3rd – 2011 AOBA Nationals Spin-Off
- 3rd – 2011 MAPACA Spin-Off
- 4th – 2009 Virginia Classic, Yearling Male, Group B
- 4th – 2012 AOBA Nationals Spin-Off
- 5th – 2008 Virginia Classic, Juvenile Male, Group B
Type: Male Huacaya
Heritage: 1/4 Chilean, 3/4 Peruvian
Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #: 31076296
2008: AFD 19.2; SD 4.4; CV 22.7; CF 98.7; Curve 44
2009: AFD 20.7; SD 4.99; CV 24%; CF 96.5%
2012: AFD 23.6; SD 5.0; CV 21.2%; CF 90.4%
2015: AFD 24.2; SD 4.8; CV 19.9%; CF 89.9
2008: At 8 months: 4.2 pounds
2009: 7.7 pounds
2012: 9.6 pounds
Medium Fawn, 814489, 1/2 Chilean, 1/2 Peruvian
Lystra is a beautiful, large alpaca with a lovely fawn fleece. A Caligula granddaughter through her sire El Patron, and from The Silversmith line through her dam, Lystra has the genetics to produce beautiful crias. She has been doing that every year. Lord Tennyson is a perfect example of the quality of her crias.
HG Lord Byron
White, 155574, Peruvian
This son of Peruvian Bueno and Peruvian Gamma is an experienced and assertive breeder. With large frame and outstanding conformation, his real claim to fame is his fleece weight. Three consecutive years, he sheared in excess of ten pounds.