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Glen Ridge Black Silk

Birthdate: 9/5/2006
Heritage: 
Registration: ARI Registered
ARI #: 30654525
Color: True Black

Type: Female Huacaya
Status: Open /

Description: Black Silk is a beauty. Soft and gentle describes her. She has a very long staple and bright true black fleece. Her conformation and bite are great.

Her full sister is Glen Ridge Black Opal. Opal took numerous ribbons and a Color Championship. Black silk is sure to follow in her sister's foot steps. At this snapshot in time black Silk looks just like her sister Opal.

Malcolm's line takes a little time to mature but when it does you will find an exceptionally uniform fleece that is very bright and dense with virtually no medulation.

Black Silk's dam has been a consistent producer for us. Take a look at her other daughter Onyx's Juliette. another farm favorite. We are selling Black Silk because we have held on to her dam, grand dam, full sister, half sister and some of her children's offspring. We decided onyx's offspring would be available before mom delivered, with no regard to the sex or color of her offspring. You can't keep them all.

Black Silk sells with Glen Ridge Farm full warrenties and customer support. She will also come with a breeding to any wholly owned Glen Ridge Fram Herd Sire.

 Dam: Crescent Moon's Onyx
True Black, 814596,



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 Sire: Maple Book Malcolm
True Black, 815468, 1/2 Peruvian, 1/2 Other/Unknown

Malcolm is our black male who always stands out in the herd. His pres
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Malcolm is our black male who always stands out in the herd. His presence is bold and confident. Malcolm is a strong boned animal with excellent conformation. His fleece is very fine with a buttery soft handle. When parting Malcolm’s fiber at 2001 MAPACA Julio Sumar said “This is what you should be breeding for in North America, his fiber has what you call in America brilliance”, and went on to discuss how much he loved Malcolm’s head. At the 2002 North American Alpaca show he said that Malcolm’s head is what all breeders should be striving for, and went on to say that he wished he could place his head on every alpaca, to him his head is perfection. Malcolm is a rare black male out of a dark brown female and the famous white male, Peruvian Bueno. Malcolm was bred to two black females and both had blue ribbon winning black offspring. When bred to a fawn female she delivered a light brown female who took a second in a full class at the North American and was believed to be trimmed
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