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HCC Yarrow A033

our pride and joy of HCC...thanks Sherpa

Yak , Cow (female) |Royal

IYAK - Foundation# A033, WHYC# A033 | DOB: 5/23/2013 (11 yrs)

Sire: CJKH Sherpa H100
Dam: HCC Yenna R076

beautiful N-Trim with surprise pedigree

HCC Yenna R076

Cow (female) Native Trim

IYAK - Foundation# R076,& nbsp;WHYC# R076 DOB: 9/4/200815 yrs
Yenna was a pleasant surprise when purchased at 6mo. old with her pregnant Royal mama (I42 Yosie) from a MT. rancher getting out of Yaks. Too bad Yosie's lineage was not documented...she was a nice looking Royal. Luckily Yenna's sire SBR 0117 (Hank) has a great history...he is a Dreadlock son which goes back to Wooly Bully who was imported from Canada with the original group of yaks coming to the US. Yenna herself is half wooly, quite large, a very pretty girl who had grown very attached to ...
  | IYAK - Foundation# R076, WHYC# R076 | Native Trim
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Yarrow is our pride and joy here at HCC, her birth was a total surprise to us! She was born 8.5mo. after the death of her sire Sherpa H100. She was Sherpa's 50th and final calf born here and we could not have been more grateful, truly a gift from above and one that we could keep and breed to our new bull (Thor Y056). Yarrow's mama is our big beautiful Native Trim Yenna R076 whom we will be forever grateful to.

As you can see Yarrow is an extremely good looking royal. She has beautiful markings, great conformation, and a gorgeous head and perfect horns. The best part of Yarrow is her personality...she certainly has her papa's tame and gentle side, she is curious, affectionate and loves people. We feel so lucky to have her in our lives.

Updated 1/26/2024