Crescent Moon’s Vincentia is a full Accoyo with an incredible pedigree. Some of the greatest studs to ever breed in North America are found on her certificate and she is solidly lined up to add more of them.
She is a pleasing girl with a compact and square frame, sizeable bone density, and very good coverage. Her fleece glistens when it is opened up and her well-defined locks weighing heavy in your fingers and show very good density. Vincentia has proven to be a very easy, attentive mother with plenty of milk for her cria.
The name “Accoyo” refers to an alpaca that has been bred at Estancia Accoyo in Peru. In the United States, we use the name Accoyo to refer to alpacas imported from the estancia or to direct descendants of these imports. An alpaca is considered to be a pure Accoyo if its parents are both pure Accoyos.
Vincentia was bred to Pronking Acres Edison and is due in August of 2020. Edison, now owned by Northern Blessings Alpaca Farm, is a multiple blue ribbon winner. He is a beautiful, fleecy copy of his sire, MFI Armoire who is currently standing stud at Majestic Meadows Alpacas. Edison’s fleece has been described as ” the definition of density” and multiple times as ” a carpet” most notably by judge Wade Geese.