Bag End Suri Alpacas of Maine, LLC

Opening the door to fantastic fiber...

Jill McElderry-Maxwell
226 Snakeroot RdPittsfield, ME 04967
(207) 660-5276 (cell)
May, 2017
May, 2014

May, 2011

May, 2011

Fiber / Scientific Data

201320.35 micron, 4.23 SD, 20.81CV, 115.0 staple length
201222.7 micron, 4.93 SD, 21.73 CV
201122.44 micron, 5.86 SD, 26.1 CV

Ramilo/Jackpot lines!

Paragon's Vírin

ARI# 0031713283   D.O.B. 5/31/2010  (7 yrs)

Suri, Male, Unproven | White

Full Peruvian
Sire: Accoyo Paragon | ARI# 1419405  | White 
Dam: HHSF Ramilos Peruvian Marbella Suri | ARI# 1421668  | White 


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Vírin weighed in at 18.2 pounds when he was delivered mid-morning - and he was running around by mid-afternoon. His mother was extremely protective, making routine cria care a bit of a challenge. Thankfully, Vírin thrived! He is an extremely lustrous white, with dense, "wave and a twist" style locks. He has excellent coverage, typey suri looks and did I mention luster? Vírin placed fourth in the white juvenile male class at North American, his only show.

Vírin's sire is Paragon, a stunning Jackpot son who is full brother to Accoyo Kalvin. His dam, Marbella, is out of Itala, who also produced Cappucci, a gorgeous fawn herdsire. Marbella's father is Accoyo Ramilo, who needs no introduction to suri breeders. Unfortunately, while Vírin definitely inherited lovely fleece genetics, his conformation is not up to par, and he will be sold as a non-breeder.

Vírin has been maintaining a low 20s micron and is now in his fourth year. He still has lovely, twisted locks, and would make an excellent addition to any fiber herd.


Fourth Place, white juvenile males, 2011 North American Alpaca Show (class of 4)
Financing will be discussed with prospective buyers on a case by case basis. We're open to being flexible and creative, so don't be afraid to ask! We can offer free local transportation for your purchase (within a four hour radius), or can provide transportation at a cost basis for longer distances. Visit us while you're on vacation - if you buy an alpaca priced over $2,000, we'll pay for your stay either the night before or the night after your visit (up to $150).

Updated 10/13/2017