News Flash - At the 2009 Mid America Alpaca Show, Ramon received the AFNCA Spirit of the Fiber Industry award for his 9th fleece! 2008 histogram: MC 27.3, SD 5.3 and CV 19.4. Not bad for a 8 year old breeding male!, Look what he throws: son Jackson, 16.9 MC on second fleece; son Timmy, 21.7 on third fleece; three 2007 daughters tested at 15.8 (med. fawn), 15.6 (light fawn) and 18.4 (dark fawn) microns.
The last owner of the now deceased P. Timoteo described DPF Ramon as "a phenominal animal". Other breeders have called him "outstanding", "spectacular" and "awesome." Ramon's fiber exhibits multiple tiny crimps per inch from the skin all the way to the tips on very well defined locks. His fleece is identical to his famous half brother, Quetzel, according to Quetzel's owner.
Timoteo genetics are rare and hard to acquire. ARI Database shows only 15 breeding sons of Pperuvian Timoteo.
He is throwing color and passing on his award winning fleece characteristics. Ramon is PRODUCING FEMALES! 13 females/5 males to date. Each one the color of the dam, including a Rose Grey, Dark Silver Grey and now a Bay Black!
2004 F2F Spin Off: 2nd Place with 84 of 85 points. 1/2 point behind 1st place, which was the highest scoring huacaya. 2004 Mopaca Spin Off: 1st Place Ribbon scoring 99 of 100 points. Docked 1 point for VM. 2004 GWAS Fleece Show: 2nd place.
An outstanding son of DPF Ramon, "Jr." is very dense. Crimp from skin to tips, with high frequency accoyo style narrow locks. Luster everywhere, even below his knees down to his ankles! Extremely heavy bones. Good temperment. Excellent conformation. If you need a future herdsire, you will do well to consider "Jr." His genetics (accoyo Peruvian Timoteo) are limited. He also carries the blood of Peruvian White Out (Macasuni). This mixture of bloodlines should add not only extreme fineness from the Timoteo side, but also greater density from the White Out side.