Great Lakes Ranch

Specializing in Elite IYAK Foundation Registered Wooly Tibetan Yak

Brad and Jandy Sprouse
5718 S Bohemian Rd
Maple City, MI 49664
231-218-0403 (Brad cell)
231-218-1157 (Jandy's cell)
 

A Chance In Hell

Yak meat

A Chance in Hell
Yaks, America, and The Apocalypse by Zachary Slobig
180 48 1 September 29, 2014
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SOMEWHERE ON THE ROAD between Montrose and Fruita, Colorado, rancher Bob Hasse and I pass a Burger King, and I ask if he fantasizes about getting yak on the fast-food chain’s menu. “Nope,” he says quickly. “Not even in 50 years.” We’ve just collected eight meat-ready yak from one of his pastures—with the help of a f... read full article



You Should Be Eating Yak Burgerts

You Should Be Eating Yak Burgers
The animals are sturdy, low-maintenance, and their meat is more flavorful and has more protein than beef. Time to dig in.
By: KATHERINE LAGRAVE

In 2011, Tom Allan and his wife headed to Nepal to hike and search for yaks. The couple had purchased several of the animals to raise on a Michigan farm, and they wanted to see how the yaks survived in their native environment.

High in the Himalayas, the Allans had their answer. “This trip was part of the big ... read full article