— The AAWW Team

Kissin' Coussens Alpaca Farm

Since 1997

Laura Coussens
P.O. Box 155Arlington, WA 98223
(360) 652-8742
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Monday, September 5, 2016

C'mon baby...Do your EPDs now!

If you haven't sent in histograms for EPDs, we encourage you to do so. Sending in every sample you can every year will improve the accuracy of your herd's EPDs. We're getting caught up here and sent in dozens of historical histograms as well as 76 fleece samples from the last several years. We can't wait to see the new and accurate rankings for our herd.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Hummin' Along.....

With so many outside breedings to do in 2016 (which resulted in 2000 miles of driving), we're super excited about bringing in more bloodlines and seeing the criations in 2017. Thank you to all these fellow breeders for their friendship and cooperation. Here are the exceptional herdsires we've chosen and their farms. The dam names will be added as pregnancies are confirmed.

From Silver Lining Alpacas:
Accoyo America Kahtmandu
Jan's Braveheart

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Monday, February 22, 2016

Alpaca Amore Affaire 2016

Sincere thank you to Chris and Alise Sturgeon (Alpacas of Strawberry Fields) who run this show and who also donated a package of three breedings (one is for Accoyo America Road Warrior) which KCAF won in the drawing. We also came home with seven ribbons: one championship, two firsts, two seconds and two thirds. Thank you for everyone else involved in putting on this fun show too. Sharon Loner was the show judge and the vendors had lots of beautiful items made from alpaca fleece. There was a l read more...

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Peruvian Lady Monaco

Lady Monaco in 2007

Lady Monaco in 2007

We are humbled to own this phenominal full Peruvian hembra. When I saw her weanling photo, I was amazed at her textbook phenotype and just had to have her. Mike Safely gave her a first place in a yearling halter class and commented on her correct phenotype. Finding a herdsire to greatly improve on her is a challenge. She's tall and weighs 175-180 and her crias are all average sized. (Average alpaca height is 34-38". ) She also produced a 4.8 pound blanket fleece of fine, crimpy, maroon fibe read more...
Spring 2009

Spring 2009

Spring 2015 - 10 mos. preggly

Spring 2015 - 10 mos. preggly

2006

2006

Weanling

Weanling