We are glad to have purchased some interest in Page Master. If you are looking for an outstanding white herdsire that doesn't have Sedoso, Kahuna, Torbio, Zeus Rose, Zephyr, or Crown Royale in its pedigree, then Page Master is the one for you. He doesn't even have one of the most common herdsires of color in his pedigree and that's MacGyver. We know that he can be used with every single production female in our herd without crossing any of the lineages and it's most likely going to be the same with your herd, too.
Page Master has great Suri conformation including an exemplary Suri head style and great fleece coverage from ears to toes. His fleece has wonderful lock structure throughout, the locks are solid, the fleece is dense, the fleece has a great handle, and great luster.
Page Master was biopsied at 2 years. His density is 60.45 follicles per sq mm. He has an S/P ratio of 11.4 to 1 and a secondary AFD of 19.8 with a primary AFD of 28.1 for a spread of only 8.3 microns. The density, the S/P ratio, and the S to P spread are all much better than average and are traits that will genetically be passed on to his offspring. His EPDs also indicate that he will significantly improve average fiber diameter, spin fineness, percent of fibers greater than 30 microns, and staple length regrowth in his progeny. At 18 months his histogram was 18.8 microns AFD, 4.5 micron SD, and only 1.9% > 30 microns. At age 5.5 years his histogram is 23.4 microns AFD, 5.8 micron SD, and 11.5% > 30 microns. We feel that's pretty good for an almost 6 year old male that is being used for breeding purposes and that he is doing a good job of maintaining his fineness as he is growing older. Overall, the data indicates Page Master is a male that will improve the fleeces in your herd!
At the end of 2016, Page Master only had 5 registered offspring and that is going to change significantly in the coming years as I know of 2 farms that own him, including ours, that are going to put him to work. That small number does include indications he can produce champions because one of his daughters, MMALP Page Master's Altivah, was the 2016 Futurity White Reserve Champion, is a multiple banner winner, and was the 2017 National Invited White Color Champion. Keep your eyes out for more banner winners sired by him in the coming years!