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15
September
2017

Colourbration Fleece Results

Some outstanding results for Kiwi Farms Alpacas members in  the fleece section of the recent Colourbration Show.

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11
September
2017

Colourbration Breed Results

Colourbration is the premier alpaca show in the South Island this year and a number of Kiwi Farm Alpaca members were present competing against the best.

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08
August
2017

Exported to Germany

Stoney Meadows is pleased to announce the sale of their young female,Whites Reserve Poppy, to Germany.

 

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28
May
2017

Kiwi Farm Alpacas Trade Stands

Throughout the season Kiwi Farm Alpacas hold a number of trade stands at A&P Shows in the Canterbury region. They are a great way for the public to get close to alpacas, and for us to promote these amazing animals.

 

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13
May
2017

Supreme in 2017

2017 has started off in fine fashion for Kiwi Farm Alpacas with 4 Supreme Fleece champions to kick off the season.

 

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31
January
2017

Awatere Lexington

Awatere Lexington
 

From the day he was born Awatere Lexington seemed, to us anyway, to have that special look.  Density, fineness, lustre, absence of colour contamination, fleece structure all made this boy look like the total package.  Would the judges agree? 

Imagine our excitement when our aspiration turned to reality at the Canterbury A&P show in 2015 when respected Australian judge Jenny Jackson awarded this special junior male alpaca Supreme Champion.  

A fortnight later that decision was echoed when judge Molly Gardner also awarded Supreme Champion to Awatere Lexington at the 2015 South Canterbury show at Waimate. 

In January 2017 judged by Diane Marks, at the Banks Peninsula Alpaca Fleece Only show, Lexington was again awarded Supreme Champion for his second fleece with a score of 89.5.  He has a great career ahead of him.

Lexington will be certified for stud services in early autumn and we are excited to see what he will pass on to his next generation . 

Phil & Robyn Anderson

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12
August
2013

August News

Halter-training the crias from last season is a current job for many of us. It is a good idea to halter-train all crias, even if they are not destined for the show ring. Generally a halter trained alpaca is easier to handle and manage than one that is not.

This is also the time of year when we start to look at the cria from last season and assess which ones will join our various show teams. Kiwi Farm Alpaca members enjoy showing their alpacas and our alpacas can be found at many of the AANZ and A&P shows. We shall have trade stands at many of the shows including a trade stand at the 2013 Expo and Conference held at the Claudelands Event Centre during 20-24 September.

Alpacas bred and owned by Kiwi Farm Alpaca members have had excellent show results over the past twelve months.

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