Efficient, gentle animals becoming more common in mountain West

Ruth Higdon watches Johnson, a bull yak. Johnson is part of a herd of 11 yaks in Ridgeway.



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Ruth Higdon watches Johnson, a bull yak. Johnson is part of a herd of 11 yaks in Ridgeway.

By now, they are used to the sound of brakes being stomped on and the sight of cars jerking to the highway’s shoulder. “We’re lucky nobody’s crashed out there,”…




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