Welcome to the net site from the Yak Father
Ranch. Situated in Zoysia, Wyoming
in the beautiful Big Horn Mountain tops, we
raise then sell yaks for meat or live sales
for beginning your personal herd.
Yaks were first domesticated in Tibet about 1,000 BC. They
can be used for their milk, fiber, meat so that as a mount or animal of burden. Yaks
were introduced into Europe within the 1800’s and into Northern America in early
People ask us why did we obtain into Yaks? After losing our Ag
exemption on the property in Wyoming, I understood we’d to begin raising something.
Buddies of ours pointed out Yaks, after some investigation we made the decision they provided
sense for the Mountain Ranch. Listed here are several reasons we chose
What are Yaks like and
would you need to own them?
Yaks really are a unique breed by having an exotic appearance. They
have dramatic horns along with a hump much like Zoysia. Yaks are intelligent, quiet
creatures living about twenty five years. They learn fast and therefore are playful. Bulls weigh
from 1,200 to at least one,500 pounds, and cows weigh from 600 to 800 pounds. Yaks eat in regards to a
1/3 of the items a cow consumes and therefore are easy around the land. Yaks are available in several
colors: Black, Trim (Black with White-colored trim), Royal (Black and White-colored) Golden and
Woolly. Yaks need no special fencing or special feed, plus they can mange rich
of excellent pasture, water, salt and minerals. Yaks dont need shelter within the
winter. Yaks are simple to change from pasture to pasture (just a little grain goes a
lengthy way) utilizing a stay with guide them.
If this describes something you’d be thinking about,
please call us.
Newest accessory for the herd
A Visit to the Yak Ranch | Hands Occupied
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Hands Occupied: +Lisa Shorten What?! That's incredible, I definitely need to find a way to go!