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Fiber Monster and Sweetie Pie!

Wibotawot Golden JuJu Bee

ARI# 32545142   D.O.B. 10/30/2014  (4 yrs)

Huacaya, Male, Unproven | Medium Fawn

Sire: GOLDSMITH'S PERUVIAN JULIUS | ARI# 30981218  | Light Fawn 
Dam: GA Honey Bunch | ARI# 30541429  | Dark Fawn 

We will be using Juju Bee as a PR animal and will be experimenting with breeding to see if he can improve density, length, crimp, but most importantly temperament. We may end up with just a really quality fiber pet. We'll see!

Description from Wibotawot Farm:

JuJu Bee is a very friendly and curious boy. He is medium fawn, with darker points. He does have two dark spots in his blanket. His fleece falls in thick bundles, with crimp the entire length that is consistent from shoulder to rump. Both grandfather Accoyo's Goldsmith and dam Honey Bunch are extremely dense with long staple length - this definitely came through in JuJu Bee - he is a fiber monster.

JuJuBee was shown in Des Moines at the American Alpaca Showcase and the Illinois Alpaca Show October 29-30, 2016 (as a yearling! even on the day of his 2-year old birthday). He has great staple length and good density (commented on by both Judges Peter Kennedy and Jude Anderson), although fiber diameter was greater than all the others in the class (the next entry was 7 months younger than him).

We hate to offer JuJu Bee at this low price, since he is such a sweetheart, and has tons of fleece. Alas, he's got nice crimp/architecture, amazing staple length and density, but slightly on the coarser side than a herdsire should be for wanting to ribbon in AOA shows. Someone can use him. He would make a great 4H project or PR animal. He has personality and loves to play, but is very easy to handle.

Took some of his fleece to the UMA (Upper Midwest Alpacas) wet felting seminar held at the end of June. The instructor was drooling over his fleece! She bought a pound of it right there from the bag I had brought.

Updated 7/28/2019