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Blue Eyed Whites

Blue eyed white (BEW) alpacas remain one of the most controversial subjects in the alpaca industry. Those who don't own any, rarely understand the facts about them. Those who own them, generally, don't have a problem and often refer to them as their favorite alpacas or a favorite of farm visitors.

BEW's come from the breeding of two animals that each carry the white spot gene and the BEW allele variant of that gene. White-spot genes are found in white faced, tuxedo, white legs, pinto or virtually any alpaca with as little as a few white hairs as well as grey alpacas. That is a whole lot of animals!

The pairing of two alpacas with white or grey markings bring a one in four (1-4) chance of a BEW birth. However, the mating of one of these animals with a solid colored animal, should not get a BEW cria. Selective breeding is something all farms should practice.

After researching all we could find on the subject, we will not hesitate to breed them and stand by their cria.

We remain very excited about what these girls can produce. If you are interested in an open, honest discussion on BEW alpacas, let's talk. This may be your opportunity to increase your herd size and establish black, grey and rose grey genetics for a very reasonable price!

We have sold 4 BEW's and our clients have been delighted with their black and grey offspring.

BEW's can be very profitable!


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