Herts Alpacas Churchill

Solid White.
Superfine upstanding dense male from the Peruvian Escobar and Hemmingway bloodlines.

(2013 fibre stats 7th Fleece: Micron 22.5 SD 4.4 CV 19.3 cem 7.7 CF 96%)
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Herts Alpacas Churchill is a fine upstanding male whose impressive stature sets him apart from the herd. Faultless conformation, strong boned, stunning head style and excellent coverage are the first indicators to the quality of this stud male. Get inside his fleece and marvel at his extremely fine, bright, high frequency, high amplitude crimp all over from skin to tip and top to toe. Churchills 7th fleece is still only 22.5 micron with a 96% comfort factor. His fleece still has a luxurious handle and brightness rarely seen in a boy of his age.
His sire is Cedar House Snow King from the highly prized Peruvian Escobar and his great grand sire is the world famous Peruvian Hemingway. Coupled with the genetics from his dam, Houghton Verona, a full Peruvian from our elite breeding herd, Churchill was always destined to be a first class herd sire. His progeny have all been solid white with magnificent conformation and highly desirable fleece traits. This award winning herd sire is one of those rare males that consistently breeds fineness with many of his crias first fleece's being only 15 - 16 microns.


1st FLEECE 2007 mean 16.3 sd 3.5 cv 21.4 cf 99.1
2nd FLEECE 2008 mean 18.4 sd 3.9 cv 20.9 cf 99.0
3rd FLEECE 2009 mean 19.1 sd 3.6 cv 19.0 cf 98.9
4th FLEECE 2010 mean 20.3 sd 4.4 cv 21.6 cem 8.0 cf 97.8 spnF 19.9 curve 46.0  
5th FLEECE 2011 mean 22.9 sd 4.4 cv 19 .0 cem 8.0 cf 94.6 spnF 22 curve 40.0
6th FLEECE 2012 mean 21.0 sd 3.9 cv 18.8 cem 7.5 cf 98.2 spnF 20.1 curve 52.5
7th FLEECE 2013 mean 22.5 sd 4.4 cv 19.3 cem 7.7 cf 95.9 sf 21.6
All fibre testing carried out by SGS

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Herts Alpacas are members of BAS - The British Alpaca Society BCL - British Camelids Ltd
ERAG - East of England Alpaca Group Herts Alpacas are winners of the best small breeders award at the British Alpaca futurity