Inca Darwin is a very solid and extremely striking looking macho. He has been bred from a top female line in Van Diemen Victoria of Inca who won many Championships in Australia before coming to the UK. His sire is the famous ATA Cambridge Centurion who is the most decorated black male in the UK show ring to date.
Darwin has a heavy frame that is correct in angulation, exhibiting excellent movement and presence. His fleece is dense, fine, bright with a highly advanced and uniform crimp style that runs to the tip of each staple. With uniformity of colour and some beautiful brown and black progeny to view at Barnacre, Darwin is the perfect choice if you are looking to inject rich deep colour, backed by show winning parents.
Darwin has had 7 progeny so far, 3 girls and 4 boys. Six are at Barnacre for inspection including Wonderwoman (solid black, female – VERY nice!), Silouhette (solid brown female), Stargazer (solid black, male) and two young males: Jumping Jack (solid black) and Galapagos (solid brown boy and VERY nice!)
British Alpaca Society
|2011||Fleece Statistics||(3rd fleece)||21.9m||SD 4.5||CV 20.3||4.4% » 30m|
|2013||Fleece Statistics||(5th fleece)||26.1m||SD 5.1||CV 19.4||17.3% » 30m|
|2014||Fleece Statistics||(6th fleece)||25.8m||SD 5.0||CV 19.5||16.7% » 30m||Curvature 32.2°|
SRS® Skin analysis:
Secondary follicle to primary follicle ratio: 7.6:1
Follicle density (at 70kg body weight): 46.7 per mm²
Crimps per cm: 1.5
Fibre growth rate: 0.31mm/day
3rd year fleece yield: 3.43kg
3rd year staple length: 113.15mm