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GLY Saltora

Yak , Cow (female) |Imperial

DOB: 6/27/2014 (10 yrs)

Sire: LDR Super Lock

Great Lakes Ranch / Herd Bull

LDR Super Lock

Bull (male) Imperial Black

DOB: 5/30/200816 yrs
Superlock is an Imperial Tibean Yak bull who has sired most of our calves for the past three years. He has a commanding presence, a gorgeous head with a super wooly top knot and that beautiful square shape that we try to breed for. His horns are thick and what we like to see in a breeding bull and his hump and overall conformation is excellent. His fiber is thick and wooly and he has excellent coverage. Top that off with a super mellow temperament and you just can't help to be awed my him when ...
  | Imperial Black
Dam: Sitka

Imperial Tibetan Yak Foundation Female


Cow (female) Imperial

IYAK - Foundation# T061 DOB: 4/12/201014 yrs
Sitka is an Alaska daughter and a jet black silky Imperial . You can't help but notice her in the herd as a standout as she has great presence and style. She is an awesome mother and raises a great calf. Her 2014 calf is an Imperial just like her, named Saltora, who won the fiber contest as only a 7 month old in Denver out of 74 entries. Her next calf Yakutat was a gorgeous bull calf who is a full brother to her 2016 calf, GLR Anchorage, yet another imperial calf. Three for three, all with incre ...
  | IYAK - Foundation# T061 | Imperial
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Saltora wins the prize for most friendly yak on the farm. She sees me and she starts grunting! She loves her treats and her grain snacks. A scratch between the ears is also welcome. Saltora's fiber is very fine. We are working on combing it out to see what we can do with it.
The first time she ever won a prize was at the National Yak Show in Denver, Colorado. She received 1st for her fiber. The judges knew that her fiber was number 1!

Updated 6/14/2024