Inca Grampian is a well grown and strong male who reached maturity at an early age. His conformation is very correct and he displays a true to type head, great proportion and he moves in a fluid motion and with great presence. The fleece on this male carries a high degree of the positive traits expected in an elite herd sire. The fibre is very soft, dense, bright and uniform in micron right across the saddle and up into the neck.
What makes this male special is the depth of quality and the uniformity in phenotype that his bloodlines share. The high level of quality running through both sides of his pedigree should reduce progeny trait variance and increase predictability. Inca Grampian is the ideal male for those breeders looking to bring deep colour and well known current bloodlines into their herd.
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Sire: Lillyfield Jack of Spades of Inca
Dam: Inca Darcy Type: Stud Male (Proven Stud)
Breed Type: Huacaya
Colour: Solid Black
Registered With: British Alpaca Society – BNBAS05623 Date of Birth: 21st June 2012.
20.40μ SD 4.50μ CV 22.20%
3.10% Over 30 Microns(μ)
Yield 4.13 Kg/Year
(taken on 23rd May 2013 at 11 Months of age)
Fibre Testing Authority: Australian Alpaca Fibre Testing