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May 2017 Fleece


Lennoxs Mira Ceti

D.O.B. 5/3/2015  (5 yrs)

Huacaya, Proven Female, Proven |

3/8 Peruvian, 5/8 Chilean
Sire: PATAGONIA'S LENNOX | ARI# 842940  | Light Brown 
Dam: Estates Keltic Lass | ARI# 32513882  | Light Brown 
Service Sire: Man in the Moon's Peruvian Ganymede 
| ARI# 35230793  | White 


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Mira has solid bone, excellent fleece coverage, brightness, great density, and a very good staple length. She's also proven to be an attentive mom, and an easy birther with plenty of milk. And she has a couple of very well known gray's in her pedigree.

Mira has an interesting and quirky personality (she's actually quite fun and inquisitive), and she gets along well with her herd, but when it comes to people, she can be a little difficult - especially if you want to touch her! Despite this, she's one of those girls that everyone who comes to the farm is taken with her big eyes and personality. She'll come right up to check you out...but, when you reciprocate by putting your hand out, she responds by saying: "Please...don't touch me!"

Mira's sire, Patagonia's Lennox, is a well known and sought after multi-Color Champion herdsire, and with 274 registered offspring to date (2/2017), he has produced more champions than any other sire at Patagonia Estates. His sire is one of the direct Chilean imports, Danko. Mira's dam brings the genetics of Snowmass Nova, 5Peruvian Chaccu, Snowmass Peruvian Casanova, Peruvian Bueno, and PPeruvian Caligula.


Mira has been competitive in her shows (2016).
4th Place 2016 Heart of Virginia (Brown Female Juvenile)
3rd Place 2016 Carolina Alpaca Celebration - Level IV (Brown Female Juvenile) - 3 of 9
4th Place 2016 Southern Select (Brown Female Juvenile)
It was creative financing that allowed us to begin our adventure into Alpacas, so it is with that in mind that we do the same.

$500 down; 0% financing for up to two years; payments may be made monthly or quarterly.

Updated 10/12/2020