Accoyo America Mahatma

Mahatma is a full Accoyo herdsire of outstanding uniformity and density. He produces crias with beautiful, highly structured fleeces with extremely dense locks. His 2011 son Accoyo America Siddhartha won Supreme Champion at the 2012 IAO as a juvenile, beating all the older males, and then went on to take a first at AOBA Nationals that year.His female offspring are highly valued within the Accoyo America breeding program. Mahatma has produced color when bred to it.

He descends from (Accoyo) Caligula and (Accoyo) Sunipani on the on the paternal side (El Nino) and (Accoyo) Vengador and (Accoyo) Pucara on the maternal side (Nirvana).

Three of the top production females in Accoyo America's herd, Savanna, Oo La La, and Kahneeta are Mahatma daughters, in addition to his son, Siddhartha who was the IAO Supreme Champion and AOBA First Place White Juvenile Male last year. The characteristics that set Siddhartha and his siblings apart are what we call an "eye-popping" character to their fleece. They have extremely dense individual bundles that separate cleanly on inspection--the individual bundles have a synchronized sharp crimp structure and brightness that give the fleeces a dazzling quality (they also have a long staple length). The judges at the International Show, an Australian and a Canadian, asked to have their photos taken with him after the show.

Accoyo America Mahatma is co-owned with Deer Hollow Alpaca Farm of Georgia.

Champion, AOBA Nationals 2007
Reserve Champion, MAPACA Jubilee 2007
Champion, AWE 2007
Reserve Champion, AOBA Nationals 2006
Champion, The Futurity, 2006



 2007 16.2 2.5 16.4 0.4    
 2008 19.6 3.8 19.4 0.7    



ARI#: 1270723
DOB: 7/4/2005
Breed: Huacaya
Sex: Male
Status: Proven
Color: White


Sire: PCA Accoyo El Nino
Dam: Vengador’s Accoyo Nirvana