THE LONGHAIRED VARIETIES.
This is really my mums department she breeds most varieties of longhaired cavies.I would say her Peruvians are her speciality. We have always had longhairs, however mum has not shown for a few years but now the stud is back she is hoping to get a few more out next year. Lat year mum gave us a couple of longhairs to try and keep in coat a lovely Alpaca and a cheeky Merino sow. My partner and I kept them in coat till they were about 8 months. Annie got 3rd BIS at Elgin last year, her first time out wee scone. She has had a litter now and had 3 lovely wee sows, they went back to mums shed for breeding later on. Jose the merino also had a litter and had 2 lovely babies both merino and they too went back to mum. Mum had a peruvian boar in coat for the Dunbar show and she got best of breed and 2nd in the coated challenge u/5 she hadn't shown a longhair for a while. She also had an Alpaca there Afro she got herself a couple of tickets too. Mum continues to breed her longhairs and we have a few hopefuls for the coming yea. We have a couple of young Peruvians at the min we named them Ann's Look At Me (Lucky) and Ann's Flashdance (Flash). We are also showing a young tri-colour sheltie boar at the min first show Championship Show, he is only 4 months and very promising. So hopefully next year there will be a few more longhairs out for Glenwhilk Cavies.
Afro now clipped