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Spring Grove Khasm

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Alpaca , Huacaya , Jr. Herdsire (Male) |Unproven |Medium Fawn

AOA | DOB: 6/27/2022 (1 yr)

Sire: Spring Grove Gael Joanna's Koi


Spring Grove Gael Joanna's Koi

Huacaya Male White, Light Brown, Light Rose Grey

AOA# 35520382 DOB: 6/14/20185 yrs
Koi is an beautiful guy. Out of one our very dense, and even in her teens, very impressive foundation females, Joanna, and our .38 son, Gael, Koi is the whole package from his regal (and flashy!) presence and typey conformation to his amazing fleece. We haven't had the opportunity to take him into the show ring as much as he should have but one look at him and his quality will speak for him! Gael, Koi's sire, is one of the most impressive greys we have had our hands on. His staple length is inc ...
  | AOA# 35520382 | White, Light Brown, Light Rose Grey
Dam: Benchmark's Kersee by Arrow

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Benchmark's Kersee by Arrow

Huacaya Open (Female) Dark Fawn

AOA# 31518772 DOB: 6/6/200914 yrs
When bringing a 'foundation' animal into your herd, your goal is to find the right animal who is going to, not only to represent what your breeding program entails, but to also help BUILD your breeding program toward the goal in mind for the type of animals you want your farm to produce and the reputation you want to display through what you create in your farm. Kersee easily fit the bill of a solid foundation animal when she joined our farm. Her first cria to hit the ground at our farm, Inferno ...
  | AOA# 31518772 | Dark Fawn
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Khasm has all the makings of being a solid breeding male, his fleece is gorgeous. Soft, crimpy in all the places and dense!
Like his sire, Koi, he is not going to be a huge male. He is more compact. He has a really impressive pedigree on all sides of his parents, check it out!
We have not been in the position to be able to show and last year just got away from us we didn't even send fleeces but don't count this guy out for not being show worthy or breeding worthy. We tend to be pickier with who we sell or keep that is considered a breeding male and they must be pretty nice and Khasm is definitely in those ranks. Once he really bulks up this year, he will be ready for a long career of making nice babies!

Updated 4/10/2024