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Type:  Female Heavy Wool
Status:  Open

Birthdate:  7/15/2013
Purpose/Training:   Breeding, Halter, Performance

Registration: ILR Registered
ILR #:  286656
Color:  Pattern (White,Black,Intense Red,Medium Grey)



FGL Bolivian Chrissy   


Pattern, 280397, Breeding,Mini

  JLL Midas  
    Pattern, 272367, Breeding,Mini  

Midas has great conformation and good bone. Midas has very fine guard hair that is hardly noticeable and his micron came back as a 22.5 at 32 months old. He is smaller, last we measured he was under 39 inches. He has a nice disposition and is very easy to handle and catch.

2012 CRIAS:
For 2012 we got 3 wonderful crias! 2 girls and 1 boy and 100% COLOR! All together Midas has given us 5 crias, 3 boys and 2 girls. All 5 of his crias have been paint/pinto and 3 were out of solid colored dams. Midas' crias have been silky, suri, or single coated even out of double coated dams.

As Midas' crias grow, we have been thrilled that all of them have kept straight legs front and back and a great level top line with beautiful necks that make them stand out and say look at me! If you want a cria with great conformation from birth, beautiful fiber and showy presence, consider a breeding to Midas!



  Micron Count
2014: 19.8 micron


HD Midas' Cleopatra Sold!

Listed by Jennifer & Cheryl Sturdy of Terrebonne, OR

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This girl is our best fleeced and colored one so far! We are very excited about her and this is our first full Bolivian by JLL Midas. She has super silky almost suri fiber even down her legs. She was 24.6 pounds out of our 37 inch mini Chrissy! This girl will more than likely be a keeper for our breeding program.

We sadly lost me dam this fall when Cloe was 3.5 months, Cloe will not be for sale.

Update: Cloe is growing into a beautiful female with a amazing personality. She is very friendly and comes over to get some attention and a good chin rub. She went on her first hike with our local llama group and could care less about small kids come over to pet her, she seemed very happy with he whole event. Then we took her to try obstacles and she followed me through everything, including an obstacle that was holding icee water. She is probably one of our most trusting llamas we have. She will be going on another hike next month! She got both her parents sweet personalities. Can't wait to get her in the show ring!

We have bred Cloe one last time and if she does not settle, then she will be available as a fancy fiber girl.

Price: Sold



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