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Big Timber Kahuna's Isaac

Alpaca , Suri , Herdsire (Male) |Proven |White, Beige

DOB: 9/26/2016 (7 yrs)

Sire: Pucara Kahuna

Champion Offspring/Produce of Dam Champ


Suri Open (Female) White

AOA# 31916196 DOB: 6/5/201112 yrs
Big Timber's Kerolyn represents the best that is offered in a white suri female. When you examine her pedigree, you can see the depths of her genetics....Accoyo Armani, PPeruvian Uribe, PPeruvian Miquel, PPeruvian Aldo. These powerhouse genetics have produced an amazing female with stunning presence. Kerolyn is a showstopper and is producing champion offspring. Kerolyn gave birth to her first cria in 2013, a truly amazing white male, Josef, out of Pucara Kahuna. Josef is a brilliant whit ...
  | AOA# 31916196 | White

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Kahuna and Kerolyn's 2016 offspring is 11X Champion Josef's full brother, Big Timber Kahuna's Isaac. He is awesome!! Full of fine, lustrous, dense fiber on a strong, masculine frame, this male has it all.

Isaac won first in his Bred & Owned class at the 2017 Futurity Show as a six month old. He also won Champion Best Bred & Owned at the competitive 2017 CABA Classic. Isaac and his full brother Josef won first in Produce of Dam at the 2017 CABA Classic for their dam, Kerolyn.

He and his full sister, Osage Misae won second for Produce of Dam at the 2017 Futurity Show. Osage Misae, 5X Champion, sold as the highest selling suri at the 2017 Futurity Auction for $15500.

Isaac is in the top 5 % in some of the 2018 EPD fiber traits. Incredible fineness, uniformity and long staple length are a hallmark of his genetics.

Isaac's production wins with his full siblings highlight his champion prepotent genetics.

The Kahuna and Kerolyn prepotent genetics have produced incredible Champion offspring: 11X Champion, Josef, 5X Champion Osage Misae and 1X Champion Isaac. Isaac is the last of this great pairing as Kahuna sadly passed away in 2016. These rare genetics can no longer be reproduced.
Scientific Data
Date Details/Notes
05/28/2019AFD: 18.9; SD: 4.5; CV: 23.6; Fibers>30: 2.4%

Updated 4/18/2023