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Yak Bells Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Yak bells hanging inside a Tibetan house in Kham (Sichuan, China)

The clappers are constructed with yak horn and also have a really mellow, soothing tone.

handspinning yak fiber Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

A Tibetan grandmother utilizing a drop spindle to spin yak fiber.

Several generations live together. Kham (Sichuan)

Tibetan house Kham Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

In the Tibetan home in Kham. El born area is heavily forested and also the houses are big. They sometimes are three tales first floor for animals, second floor to see relatives and third or loft for storage. This photo is from the large living space with wood stove for warmth and cooking. There’s a bench round the wall the gathering area. Within the lowlands yak butter is blended or emulsified in to the tea which makes it creamy and wealthy. We actually loved it but needed to be moderate due to the richness.

Tibetan children Spring Brook Ranch Dzo yak Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Dzo, men yak/cow hybrid. These first mix males (F1) are naturally sterile and therefore are utilized as work creatures. They are simply strong. yak skull decorated Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

decorated yak skull yak herder Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

yak herder in summer time mountain pasture Tibetan woman milking a yak Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Tibetan lady milking a Dzomo, a lady yak/cow hybrid. Dzomo can be sturdy like yaks but produce more milk. Within the remote mountain tops the milk is created into butter and cheese.

wooly yak cow Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

A "lengthy-hair-brow yak" as referenced within the Yak. This really is most likely the genetic base that Super and Extreme Wooly Yaks in america come from. This cow has already established her belly or skirt hair sheared. It’s employed for making durable bags and cordage.

Imperial Trim Yak cow Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Imperial Trim yak cow prayer flags and the Himalaya Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Prayer flags and also the Himalaya milking a yak cow Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Tibetan man milking a yak cow. This man was residing in a conventional yak hair tent. The bag on his belt is stuffed with salt for that yak cows. hand harvesting wheat with scythes

Hands harvesting wheat with scythes protector dieties in a Buddhist temple

Protector deities inside a Buddhist Temple. We visited many temples. When requested what age the temple was the response could be some ancient date and so the reply it had lately been reconstructed. Several different temples of religions were destroyed throughout the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Yak bull Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

I needed to create this bull home beside me

Tibetan Nomads Spring Brook Ranch

Tibetan nomads searching at images of our yaks. The finest complement we’ve got was that people were much like them, American Nomads. Amdo, Tibet. The Qinghai Plateau of China is where yaks evolved. We had the very best and many yaks within this sparsely populated region.

Tibetan nomad girl Spring Brook Ranch

Tibetan nomad girl. This family asked us to their yak hair tent for butter tea and tsampa cooked more than a yak dung fire. blessed yak cow Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

The ribbon marks this yak cow continues to be "fortunate". spotted yak cow Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

spotted yak cow woman milking a yak cow Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Tibetan lady milking a yak cow. They were milking 80 cows two times each day after which making butter and cheese dried yak dung Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

A stack of dried yak dung. There aren’t any trees around the Tibetan Plateau so yak dung may be the only fuel. yak cheese Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

drying curd cheese prayer flags, stupa and rainbow Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Prayer flags and stupa yak dung to market Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

getting dried yak dung to promote yak calf Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

yak calf on stake rope while cow has been milked yak cows staked on rope for milking

yak cows on tether rope for milking Mongolian nomad herding Dzo

Mongolian nomad herding Dzo Mongolian nomads on horseback

Mongolian nomads Tibetan Nomad Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Tibetan nomad. This man rode into the city on the horse early one foggy morning. I believe I had been the very first westerner he’d seen Tibetan black tent Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Traditional Tibetan black tent made from hands spun and hands woven yak hair. Tibetan Black Tent Tibet Spring Brook Ranch Tibetan nomad woman in front of black tent yak bull Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

I might have been the very first westerner this yak bull had seen Tibetan Mastiff Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Tibetan Mastiff. These dogs guard the camp ground and can bite you. Pack Yak Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

Moving Camp by yak pack yak Tibet Spring Brook Ranch

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