To all our family and friends that have been with us during this past 33+ years, we are moving.
The Harris County Flood Control has purchased our land in Cypress Texas.
We are moving the entire Figment Ranch family to New Ulm, Texas.
All of the buildings, (the Party Pavilion,
the Gift Shop, the Airbnb's, and all other portable structures) will be moved.
This is a massive and costly undertaking, but we plan to be up and running again in approximately 1 year.
The housing for the animals must be perfect, especially since we are providing them a forever home, so you may still see a critter or two in Cypress until their new home in New Ulm is ready.
Right now, we are in both locations.
Naturally, since we are not having any parties, tours, or Airbnb rentals, there is no income to the Figment Ranch Foundation.
Your donations are welcome and accepted! :)
Please check www.FigmentRanch.com or call 713-249-3893 for updates.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions.
Your generous donation will fund our mission.
We accept Zelle, PayPal, checks or any major credit card.
In 1987, we bought a young male llama at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
so we could see what llamas were all about ... and that was the beginning of Figment Ranch.
We have now grown from one little boy to approximately 70 llamas and alpacas.
We learned very quickly that they are the most wonderful animals that we have ever dealt with!
Over the years we have become one of the most successful llama ranches with
several ALSA Performance Champions.
Our focus has now changed. We feel our mission now is to rescue animals that need a home.
We have rescued many llamas, alpacas, tortoises, exotic birds,
bearded dragons, pigs, sheep, goats, turkeys, guineas, chickens, dogs, and cats.
A Llama will guard livestock, sheep, goats, free-range poultry, etc. by their own natural protective instinct. The most successful guard llama should be a well socialized animal, accepting of humans, farm livestock, children and pets.
A pack llama can carry 70-90 pounds of llama equipment and usually doesn't have to carry extra food for itself. Llamas are browsers and will eat grass. Llamas are very quiet, very friendly to the environment and do not destroy trails.
What will you do with your llama/alpaca fiber?
Handwoven Rugs: Handspun yarn : Knitted : Crotched : Weaving : Felting : Needle Felting : and more!
Llama/Alpaca fiber is Hypo-allergenic.
There are an ever increasing number of shows for llamas/alpacas with classes for showing your lama in halter, packing, obstacle, cart driving and more.
Llamas and Alpacas have a way of communicating with special needs individuals. They are very gentle and therapeutic.
There are many uses for llamas and alpacas, but above all they will become your best friend and will try to do what you ask of them.
Holiday Parties, Company Parties, Retreats, Group Outings, Quinceañera ,
Family Reunions, Fund Raising Events, Themed Events, Photo-shoots, and more .......
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY! PLEASE CALL TO SET UP!
We offer tours that are for 1-2 people for $100.00. Additional guests up to 4 are $20.00 each.
You will be here for about an hour to an hour and 1/2.
You will be escorted and will be educated, pet, feed and visit with many animals which may include llamas, alpacas, emus, dwarf pygmy goats, sheep, turkeys, chickens, guinea hens, pigs, tortoises, ducks, dogs and cats.
We usually end in the gift shop where we have many items that are specific to llamas and alpacas. We are best known for our MADE IN TEXAS hand woven llama rugs. (these are made from the wool of OUR Llamas and Alpacas – no animal was harmed in this process!)
Figment Ranch also is a non-profit, 501c3 Foundation. Proceeds from the tours, sales, will go towards this Foundation to help feed and care for the animals.
(most are rescue animals) We do take donations.
These unique hand woven rugs are made from the fiber of our llamas and alpacas. After shearing each year we take the fiber to have it processed and woven.
The full service process includes separating and tumbling, carding, spinning cored yarn, and hand weaving into finished products.
These rugs are one of a kind: