Yak in Black . . . Forest
by Kiernan Maletsky
The Gehrings show their alternative livestock with 'hugs and kisses everyday' . . . because they eat less than cows.
Lynda and Mike Gehring attended an alterative live-stock seminar a little over eight years ago in an attempt to find something to occupy their new 35 acres of land. There, among the animals on display, were several Tibetan yaks. The animals appealed to the Gehrings for several reasons, not least of which was their meager eating habits.
Tuesday, December 15, 2020