Female yaks give birth to calves approximately once every two years or twice every three years. Seems rare, right?
According to Science Direct, nutrition is the number one contributor to a healthy and happy pregnancy. Thanks to our Grassland Regeneration Program, our efforts to increase grassland for our communities ensures the yaks are happy and healthy.
Why are yaks crucial for Tibetan culture?
Yaks are vital in Tibetan culture, providing transportation, milk for yoghurt and butter and hair for shelter. In fact, it’s fair to say that the yaks look after the locals as much as the locals look after them!