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Aussie REO Speedwagon

Full brother to 38 special

Alpaca , Huacaya , Herdsire (Male) |Proven |Dark Fawn

AOA# 31511605 | DOB: 8/24/2009 (14 yrs)

Sire: Victor's Hemiaccoyo Casanova

Co-owned with Finger Lake Alpacas

Victor's Hemiaccoyo Casanova

Huacaya Herdsire (Male) Medium Fawn

AOA# 830635 DOB: 4/9/200122 yrs
Casanova and Harmony Rose did it again! A FULL SISTER to Aussie .38 Special had arrived! We could fill up this section with all the wonderful things Casanova has done for our Farm over the last 9 years since we purchased him. Simply, he is now 14 years old and we still own him along with our partners at Finger Lakes Alpacas! We think that says it all. Casanova has consistently produced offspring that are Champions in the Halter and Fleece Shows. He was a Champion in his time too. At 5 ...
  | AOA# 830635 | Medium Fawn
Dam: Aussie Harmony Rose
  | 31511605 | Light Rose Grey
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REO Speedwagon is the dark fawn, full younger brother of the well-known herdsires AUSSIE .38 Special and AUSSIE Guns ‘n Roses. This line has demonstrated a very high degree of prepotency across a range of fleece characteristics, including density, crimp, staple length, and lingering fineness. REO Speedwagon’s own biopsy results revealed density of 72 follicles SQ/MM, an S/P ratio of 11 to 1, and most impressively, a secondary to primary micron variation of just 6 microns. We also like REO’s excellent overall conformation, great bone, and generous coverage.

REO’s first crias have come in colors from light fawn through gray. As a group they look fine and dense and are carrying his great staple length.

AUSSIE REO Speedwagon is proudly co-owned with Little Creek Farm

REO's biopsy results: Density 72 follicles/SQ MM, S/P ratio 11.1 to 1, secondary to primary micron variation just 6.5 microns.
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Updated 1/5/2022