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Finger Lakes Alpacas

2019 Reserve Small Breeder of the Year

Polly and Ken Michaelis
8418 Cooper RoadWeedsport, NY 13166
315 258-8770
315-729-2551
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Fiber/Scientific Data

201420.2/5.0/24.6/3.1

Fleece Machine!

FLA Champignon de Paris

Huacaya, Female, Proven | Medium Fawn

AOA# 32343649   D.O.B. 8/20/2013 (7 yrs), Full Peruvian

Sire:
Victor's Hemiaccoyo Casanova 
| AOA# 830635  | Medium Fawn  |

Dam:
Sugar Plum of the Finger Lakes 
| AOA# 32343649  | Dark Fawn  |
Service Sire:
MFLA Mission Accomplished 
| AOA# 32830767  | Dark Fawn 

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Description

Perfectly proportioned, correct bite, strong bone, great capacity and that’s just the start of the great things to be said about this female. Champignon De Paris (“Button”) is a fleece machine. Great density but it’s the staple length that is produced that is the “wow” factor here. Let’s be honest, we look at fleece as the renewable resource of the alpaca and this gal’s got resources to crow about. She comes by this trait rightly being sired by the incredible Victor’s Hemiaccoyo Casanova. Yes, her dam brought forth additional strength of frame and solid fawn genetics but the fleece is Cas’s stamp. We bred her to Majestic Peruvian Champ (in line to take over for his famous father, Jumanji, some day) to add just a bit more gusto to the pedigree and my, oh my, was that the right decision. The cria "You Can Call Me Queen B" is spectacular. We've repeated that breeding and this year Button popped (sorry, couldn't resist the pun) a stunning white female cria. We're breeding her Mission Accomplished for her 2020 cria in hopes of a darker offspring

Awards

2015 North American Alpaca Show Dark Fawn Female Yearling
2014 MABA Alpaca Celebration Dark Fawn Yearling Female

Financing Terms

Finger Lakes Alpacas is currently offering zero percent financing to qualified buyers with one-third down for 24 months.

Updated 8/1/2019