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Neighbor to the Renaissance Festival

Conveniently located northwest of Houston, Texas, between Hwy 6 and Interstate 45, Tejas Alpacas offers alpacas from established, prominent bloodlines in all colors, adapted to the Texas climate.






Tejas (ta'-has) The early Caddoan Indian word for 'friend' or 'allies'. The early Spanish explorers found the East Texas Indians to be their friends. The lands became known as the land of Tejas and when Texas became a state, 'friendship' became the Texas motto.

With retirement approaching, I began looking for a supplemental income that would involve my love of the rural life and animals. I found the most amazing creatures called alpacas. These wonderful animals gave me a peaceful feeling, with unique personalities. They also helped me in my other great passion – gardening.

Now that I have retired from the corporate world, I am catching up on all the things I haven't had time to do. Lots lots of fiber to get my hands into and process. I am continuously learning more about their care and the versatility of their fiber.

After 16 years with these wonderful creatures, I am downsizing and doing minimal breeding. I hate to let these girls sit idle. Let's make a deal and you can benefit from some great bloodlines.

I am only open by appointment for those interested in purchasing alpacas. Sorry, but no general public visits.

If you are interested in alpaca products, yarns and rovings, come visit my farm shop, located in the Navasota Emporium. 217 West Washington Avenue Navasota, Texas 77868. Open Wed-Sat, 9am-4pm.

Or catch me at the following fiber festivals:
East Texas Fiber Festival in Canton, Texas - November
Yellow Rose Fiber Festival in Seguin - May.

Member of

AOA – www.alpacainfo.com
TXOLAN – www.txolan.org