FORT FISHER SURI ALPACAS

Old West Charm Midwest Farm

20 months
Curious at one week old

Birth day is tiring; 1 hour old

Sept. 2011

Fiber / Scientific Data

2016AFD 28.6 SD 5.8 CV 20.1 %>30 30.1
2015AFD 32.5 SD 6.6 CV 20.2 %>30 60.7
2014AFD 28.7 SD 5.8 CV 20.1 >30% 30.8
2013AFD 26.4 SD 6.3 CV 24 >30 19.6

Fort Fisher's Jacob Brown

ARI# 31884976   D.O.B. 8/23/2011  (7 yrs)

Suri, Male, Unproven | White, Light Brown, Medium Rose Grey

7/8 Peruvian, 1/8 Bolivian
Sire: Snowmass Wild Fire | ARI# 830221  | Light Brown 
Dam: WMA Bianca | ARI# 31361828  | Beige 

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The Jacob Brown Saddle was uniquely American and has been portrayed in officers' paintings commemorating the generals of the American Revolution. The saddle's namesake, Jacob Jennings Brown, was Brigadier-General in the New York State militia and the U.S. Army; he was also an American officer in the War of 1812.

Fort Fisher's Jacob Brown (a.k.a. Jake) dons this light brown "saddle" on his back, thus his name. After all, he is a proud American alpaca.

If you are searching for great conformation, an uniquely colored, lustrous fleece, and a friendly personality to complete his package, come and visit Jacob Brown at the FORT!

Awards

Second place, MI Breeder's Show 2012, Judge Stephanie Glyptis commented " Great fineness, high luster, with consistent, uniform fleece"
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Updated 7/3/2018