Congratulations Laura and Mitch!  Whychin was a lively cria with beautiful colour and fleece.  That first fleece had above average density and formed nice, bright, curly locks.  Her first fleece was sold to a hand spinner who said it was one of the nicest brown fleeces that she had ever come across.  The colour and character were consistent throughout her blanket.  Today she still offers those fleece characteristics and is passing them along to the next generation.

Whychin is 3/4 Peruvian with some Accoyo genetics.  Breed this girl to colour and she will be a top producer.  She comes from an excellent line of dams that are made to have babies. They birth easily.  The babies grow well and the dams are easily rebred.  She has beautiful fleece, she has density and coverage from nose to toes, fineness and consistency. She has good conformation, good bite, big bones and nice mails. Her grandsires are Snowmass Braveheart and Tell Vivace, some neat genetics. This girl is double registered.


CLAA #37146


DOB: 06/28/2008
Sex: Female
Colour: Brown

Year AFD SD CV Spin CF Shear
2016 29.1 6.4 22 69.1 9 lbs
2015 29.2 6.1 21 67.4
2014 28.7 6.2 21.7 74.1
2010 22.9 5.5 24.2 92.7
2009 20.9 4.9 23.4 20.8 96.3