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    Can a yak economy flourish in cattle country?

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    Sometimes in or around Athol, a hamlet of just over six hundred people, down the highway from Lake Pend Oreille in the Idaho panhandle, you’ll see a septuagenarian riding a half-ton yak. They are Lynn Taylor and Makloud, the latter of whom, since Taylor started raising him from infancy about a decade ago, has taken to following the old rancher around like a dog. The duo cut such an odd picture, cantering about buddy-buddy through the tinder-dry pines of nearby Farragut State Park, that they’ve become local celebrities — even the Spokesman Review, eastern Washington’s paper of record, saw fit to report on Makloud’s urinary tract issues last summer.

    Makloud isn’t famous because he’s a yak, an animal many would think of as totally foreign to America, though. He’s just famous because he’s especially gregarious. Oddly enough, yaks have become an increasingly common sight in Idaho and throughout the American West. So have a number of other exotic species — from alpacas to ostriches — as rural entrepreneurs, hobbyists, and old farmhands cast about for some new niche in the turbulent modern world of American livestock. Yak herds have been slowly but steadily growing in number since the late 1980s thanks largely to their unique suitability to the American landscape and growing appeal within the consumer market. Although they’ll likely never be as popular or common as cattle, yaks are well on their way to becoming an established and highly visual mainstay of the countryside of the Mountain West.

    First domesticated around five thousand years ago in the southern Himalayas, yaks have long been beasts of burden as well as sources of deep red meat, thick milk, and soft wool in places like Nepal and Tibet — from whence the word “yak” originates. Some regions, like Gilgit-Baltistan in Pakistan’s cut of the Himalayas, even use yaks as mounts in traditional competitive sports, like polo or yak-back races (which look even cooler than they sound). Living over two decades on average, with males weighing between twelve hundred and fifteen hundred pounds (and females half of that), they offer years of good breeding and service and hundreds of pounds of meat when slaughtered. (Wild yaks, Bos mutus, are even larger, but have a much nastier temperament than the domesticated Bos grunniens, a name that actually means “the grunting ox.”) Throughout the region, farmers lead a combined herd of well over ten million. Until the early twentieth century, though, they were almost entirely absent outside of the Himalayan region.

    A gregarious yak knocks at the door of a nomadic “ger” tent in Mongolia’s Arkhangai Aimig. Image: Author

    Yaks first came to America through the efforts of Ernest Thompson Seton, an English immigrant to the U.S. by way of Canada, who co-founded the Boy Scouts of America in 1910. Two years before that career high, the naturalist-survivalist Native-American-distorting-appropriationist Seton somehow got it into his head that yaks would do well on the North American prairie. After years of effort, he arranged for nine Mongolian yaks to make their way to Canada, where they were dumped on some Alberta ranchland for experiments — that never went anywhere.

    A broad awareness of yaks and their utility persisted in the US; recognizing its quality, wig makers used yak hair to make fine clown wigs and even the Ur Chewbacca costume in the 1970s. But many didn’t think yaks could be viably ranched in the US, if they thought of them at all.

    Casually strolling across the steps of a temple in Tsetserleg, Mongolia. Image: Author

    Then in the late 1980s yaks attracted the attention of those seeking alternative livestock — like Athol’s Taylor, who discovered them while researching ranch options in 1989. Interest grew rapidly enough that in 1992 members of fifteen ranches formed the International Yak Association (IYAK). In 1997, the beasts made an appearance at the National Western Stock Show, basically the Consumer Electronics Show for ranchers. Within a decade, the number of ranches recognized by IYAK had doubled, and as of today there are well over a hundred in the U.S.; national yak herds have increased from just two thousand around 2003 to over ten thousand today. Many herders cluster in Colorado and Montana, but outposts of American yak culture have sprouted up in Vermont, California, and even Texas (though the Dallas-area rancher experimenting with them has had trouble with the heat).

    That might not seem like much in the grand scale, but it’s an impressive growth curve when you consider the rapid collapse of the other exotic ranch animals that took off in the late 1980s. During that decade, growing interest in alpacas, emus, guanacos, ostriches, and vicunas, prompted the F.D.A. to offer inspections for the slaughter and management of a wider range of animals than ever before. Spurred on throughout the 1990s by aggressive marketing (including a range of infomercials) projecting the notion that exotic animals were easy to raise and would yield quick and easy money from sales to a public eager for novel meats and animal byproducts, herds grew rapidly. By 1993, there were fifty thousand ostriches and thirty-five hundred ostrich farms in the US; by 2007, there were around a hundred thousand alpacas. They were so common in the rural West especially that every now and then a bemused hiker would happen across a renegade emu or llama on the lam.

    A yak herd grazes in the foothills outside of Tsetserleg, Mongolia. Image: Author

    The exotic animal bubble was just that; herders never developed viable domestic markets or processing for their meat or byproducts (like alpaca wool or emu grease). Those who profited largely made money by selling breeding stock animals to each other. By the early 2000s the bubble popped, with exotic ranches downsizing or going out of business, sometimes leading to the mass neglect and death of small herds at the hands of incompetent amateur owners.

    The only exception was the bison, America’s native bovine species (which shares an ancient common ancestor with yaks). Once numbering up to thirty million on the Great Plains, bison were nearly hunted to extinction in the 19th century. But thanks to private ranching spurred on by the same market impulses that drove other exotics — and bolstered by the public support of conservationists and big names like media mogul Ted Turner — there were over four hundred thousand bison in the U.S. by the early 2000s, mostly in commercial herds whose sizes seem to have stabilized over the last decade. Their meat even made it onto mass supermarket shelves at a fair price.

    Lacking the same patriotic narrative and history, yaks have not taken off with equal alacrity. But their steady growth throughout the decline of other foreign exotic animals in the U.S. is remarkable. It’s due in part to the fact that herders have made an honest effort to develop markets for every part of the yak, with only a few breeders devoting most of their time and efforts to selling yaks to other ranchers. Yak fibers, laboriously worked from their coats, are prized by some for their relative affordability and quality and are essential within niche industries like wig-making and fishing-fly manufacture. Yak meat is far less fatty than beef or even most chicken, largely organic, high in healthy oils, and (while more expensive than most beef or even most bison cuts) cheaper than many exotics. Even their bones have found a market amongst artists and decorators and byproducts among select dog-treat makers.

    A Khampa Tibetan horseman rides towards a yak herd near Tagong, China. Image: Author

    More importantly, yaks fit into underutilized parts of the American landscape (by livestock at least) exceptionally well. Nimble on their feet and adaptable to a range of temperatures, yaks do well on open tracts of scrub mountain land. They’re also ravenous wild foragers, eating almost anything (save milkweed), meaning they can graze over land other animals have used and still do well. Extremely docile, they don’t require heavy fencing (like aggressive bison) — and will at times respond to names like a pet. Capable of fending for themselves and surprisingly disease-resistant, they’re low-maintenance in the extreme. To cap it all off, they require only a fraction of the amount of food cattle require to produce the same amount of incredibly rich and juicy meat.

    All of this appeals not just to entrepreneurs looking to make use of often-neglected resources, but to some cattle ranchers as well. Although many ranchers are relatively intransigent, the industry has faced tough times in recent years. Beef prices have plummeted over the past couple of decades, and national herd sizes are largely stagnating as Americans increasingly opt for other sources of protein. Even some bison herders have opted to turn to yaks, especially after recent drought-linked hardships.

    Image: Valerie

    There are still quite a few barriers to the growth of the American yak herd. Yaks take twice as long as cattle to mature, and the small size of the market means that right now herders have to pay a premium to clear health inspections. “The beef guys will kill more cows in a single shift in one plant than there are yaks in the whole country,” Jim Watson, the then-head of IYAK, told GOOD Magazine in 2014. Consumers aren’t familiar with the meat, and there is limited information and support for new herders.

    But yak herders have long reported that there’s more than enough demand for their products. Every year, more restaurants and retailers are opening up to yak meat, just as awareness of yak byproducts has grown, slowly helping the national herd to grow throughout the mountains with relative security. “It will be even larger,” Watson said, “but still farm-based and local.”

    While it will never rival cattle, or even bison, the yak economy is a constantly expanding niche in lands long devoid of serious herding. Small herds of a few dozen to a couple hundred shaggy, gentle beasts will likely continue to crop up along the spine of the Rockies and even, perhaps, parts of the Appalachians, over the coming years, growing more and more visible and normalized. Eventually, they may even become an accepted and everyday symbol of the Mountain West, a landscape into which they slide physically and psychologically with ease, just as cattle in the Open West.

    The Bad News Is Your Brain Loves Bad News

    Gotcha.

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    Here’s something I’ve been noticing the past ten days: I only want to click on devastatingly heartbreaking links. As this new presidency lurches forward like a rusty mine cart in a tunnel to the earth’s molten core, you’d think maybe I’d be more interested in content from Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary or something—stuff that’s light and life-affirming—but no. I even feel a little offended seeing things in my feed that aren’t cataclysmic in nature. How dare someone tweet about parking, or Instagram their Crunchwrap Supreme, during a time like this?

    Apparently, though, I am not a freak. At least according to University of Michigan political science professor and social researcher Stuart Soroka, who studies how our brains respond to news content. According to him, we as a species might be “neurologically or physiologically predisposed” to focus on negative information:

    It is evolutionarily advantageous to prioritise negative information… because the potential costs of negative information far outweigh the potential benefits of positive information.

    So basically, your animal brain is always worried about dying, and negative information is quite likely the information that will contain clues about potential bodily dangers, so your brain stars all of those messages in its inbox. “Hm, seems bad,” it says, marking Steve Bannon’s face as unread. “Better hang onto this in case it tries to kill me later.”

    Our findings suggest that negative network news content, in comparison with positive news content, tends to increase both arousal and attentiveness. In contrast, positive news content has an imperceptible impact on the physiological measures we focus on. Indeed, physiologically speaking, a positive news story is not very different from the gray screen we show participants between news stories.

    In addition to seeking out that negative news, we’re also hard-wired to focus better on negative things whether we want to or not. Even people who claim to prefer positive news respond more to negative headlines in a controlled study, like this one Soroka ran with Marc Trussler at McGill University. Subjects were given a menu of links to click on and told to select an article to read all the way through—the tone of the pieces ranged from negative to positive. Subjects thought they were being tested for how their eyes behaved while they were reading, and that the topics covered in the articles didn’t matter, but scientists were actually monitoring which links got chosen from the menu most often:

    Participants often chose stories with a negative tone — corruption, set-backs, hypocrisy and so on — rather than neutral or positive stories. People who were more interested in current affairs and politics were particularly likely to choose the bad news. And yet when asked, these people said they preferred good news. On average, they said that the media was too focussed on negative stories.

    In other words, positive news is great, but because of those aforementioned concerns re: imminent danger, our brains don’t really get worked up about the good stuff long-term. Our brains with good news are like cartoon eight year olds getting a birthday card with nothing inside—thanks sincerely, but, ya know… on to the next present.

    In lab experiments, flash the word “cancer”, “bomb” or “war” up at someone and they can hit a button in response quicker than if that word is “baby”, “smile” or “fun” (despite these pleasant words being slightly more common). We are also able to recognise negative words faster than positive words, and even tell that a word is going to be unpleasant before we can tell exactly what the word is going to be.

    Basically: we’re horny for conflict. We can lie and say we’re not, we can seek out posi content until our fingers bleed, but at the end of the day, our neurological system is still quite invested in our continued non-perishing. So if there’s something negative within reach, it’s going to catch our eye, even when we don’t want it to.

    I won’t say the words “self care” to you because I respect you too much, but the solution when you feel too inundated with bad information appears to be simply cutting off the flow of information for a second. If you catch yourself feeling stressed, water your plants. Take our the trash. Stare deeply into your pores in the mirror. Whatever gets you off. That little bit of a punctuation mark ends up being a fulfilling vacation from new data for your brain. Plus moving always bumps you up a few points mood-wise (and I’m not even talking exercise, I’m talking like… reaching for a plate in your cabinet).

    It’s normal to be interested in the bad things on our screens, it turns out. We should just also maybe light a candle or something while we’re at it.

    Pao打白宫大酒店洗浴中心贵州小巧的M子

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    南京夜网

    老牌洗浴性价比没的说

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    技师年龄:20-30
    技师素质:环肥燕瘦都有
    技师外形:高挑丰满ol
    服务项目:ml.kj.my
    价格一览:280qt
    营业时间:中午12到凌晨
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    综合评价:比较不错,适合刚入行的ly
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    早就听说海浪了,边上就是pcs所以后台很硬。朋友从上海过来,网吧玩了一会,回去睡不着,于是出来找了这家。门口小哥放风,上楼先洗浴,完事旁边小门进入休息大厅。自己挑吧,推荐33号。也可以自己多看多等。进入包房正常ab面,kj,不机车也没会员推荐。服务完ml,细节不表。出来后看到一个高挑的奈何体力不足。付钱走人。总体xj非常对得起这个价格。
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    便宜实惠的好地方有好货的哦

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    服务项目:mlkj
    价格一览:150
    营业时间:中午到凌晨
    环境设备:还行
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    综合评价:性价比高
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    自从几个月前第一次去了这个洗浴中心后我就一直去,便宜实惠安全性也好,最重要的是我一直找里面的5号,她和我也很熟了,我每次去她都是超值服务,不过她服务水平本来就是很好,只要去找她的基本都是回头客。她的年纪可能三十左右了,在里面算是比较大的了,但是年纪大有年纪的好处,熟了之后随便你怎么要求都可以,只要不是特别过分的。去别的洗浴中心基本也就是亲亲乃子什么的,但是只要你不嫌弃她可以和你69,而且还可以抠B,我那一次用手直接把她整高潮了,特别舒坦。而且服务也没的说,从来不催你,还一直和你跳情,我这也是变相的为她做个广告,希望大家有机会都可以去试一试,保证你流连忘返。
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    来南京的一次难忘的经历

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    技师年龄:20-30
    技师素质:服务态度好
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    服务项目:ML
    价格一览:1498
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    同学聚会,喝多了,然后就顺道找到这家店,名字都忘记了,进去就是冲了冲,然后就被带入包房,里面光线很暗,一个xj来了,身材不错,就是胸小点,想换个大的,说一会就来,价格从498开始,就一直不停的要你加钱,一直加到了1498,反正也不是我消费,来就来呗,过程不错,很舒服,大约一个小时,后来进来一个大胸的,一起玩了一会就射了
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    格调SPA情趣房授课体验二次高潮

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    技师年龄:20
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    同学聚会后的一次不爽经历

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    技师年龄:33
    技师素质:服务态度好
    技师外形:丰满
    服务项目:ML/KJ
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    去南京和同学聚会,完事之后,觉得该干点什么吧,于是哥几个就顺着路找找找着就找到了这家洗浴,门面很小,很昏暗,里面有味道,简单的洗了洗,就进了包房,不一会就进来一个女的,一看很瘦,胸太小,没了兴致,说换一个,说我的活好,等一下换个胸大的M子让我爽爽,就同意了,做的过程还可以,多比较舒服,就是不停的让你加钱换套餐,一会498,一会998,我就问你们家最贵的是多少,说了个1498,草,来吧,不一会来了一个胸大的进来,真的是很不小,赶紧抓了一把,吃了起来,吃的很用力,还吧乳头咬疼了,谁让我花了那么多钱的,然后就来了后做式,感觉不错,后来又来了一个gj,交货走人,总体感觉不错,就是价格有点贵了
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    下关花舞家庭SPA亲历记暴爽

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    综合评价:M子按摩手法专业级,指压的功夫体现在每一个环节,口活堪称神级,态度和蔼温柔,调情妩媚风sao,身材性感,脸蛋漂亮,偷桃功夫上乘,舔乳勾起欲火万千,刹那间就点燃了我的生命之根
    南京夜网
    这里离我家近,之前也听说花舞服务不错,比桑拿有情调,毕竟小l确实不怎么喜欢洗浴压抑的氛围,机车一律的服务。前段时间丈母娘也搬到附近,有点心虚就不太敢吃窝边草了。话说前天她老人家去云南旅游,xl胆子壮了不少。独自一人在家休息,在床上躺了会,大头没有睡着,小头倒是挺立起来了。起身出门,外面暖意洋洋,南通路开到花舞spa。              门前停车还是很方便。因为提前预约好,停好车后打电话,客服下来迎接,上楼后奉上一瓶饮料,来之前没有预约技师,便选了个气质非常好的mm,客服介绍叫花蜜,随后花蜜带我进入包间,声音很好听,长相很像马伊琍,体态匀称 不胖不瘦的身体,却天生一对大波,另xl有点垂帘三尺。风韵迷人,尤其那肉丝高跟,看的bl顿时血脉喷张。              进入包间后,刹那间与花蜜眼眸传情,眉宇销魂,放电的媚眼醉倒了我。呵呵,放出淫光只因你的的香艳,也是你我的缘分。我咪口水故作镇定,花蜜带我洗澡 。              洗澡时候互动活跃,真有av模式啦,相互打了沐浴露后,相互帮忙洗澡,她会主动说让你给她洗澡,那声音跟眼神,也没谁了,醉的啦。从背后拥抱着她,摸着上面再摸着下面,同时她手也不会闲着,也去抚摸着我的身体,还不时屁股翘起,dd近距离接触着下面,更有甚者就是他会趴在台子上,屁股崛起,摆明着一副老汉推车姿势,哈哈,想想连连了吧,反过来就是花蜜帮我洗啦,带洗带亲着,洗一块亲一块,并且腿部是缠绵着你,洗了胸部就亲起来了,洗下面时候也直接一口含住了,并且那种销魂眼神看着你。xl定力不行,直接kb出来,尽情b完才松开嘴,并且张开嘴看着白色液体从嘴里流出来,流到她胸前,有没有点av意思,绝对是有,回过头再含着dd,这个时候含着另我打禅几下,男人都懂得。              出来后花蜜帮我把全身擦干,脚丫子也没放过,擦哇一把抱进怀里,亲了下花蜜的胸,把玩咪咪,摸摸她白嫩的长腿,皮肤非常的滑。一番缠绵,趴到床头开始体验。              花蜜拿了情趣内衣和制服让我挑选,随便挑了身制服,开始背面的按摩,手法很不错,熟练有节奏,穴道也清晰。先在床头做颈椎按摩,我感觉有点酸痛,花蜜告诉我是平时电脑看多亦或者开车过多的缘故,建议我有空拔火罐。继续沿着脊柱按摩,指压的功夫很好,手掌的力道富有穿透力,柔和厚实。指法、力道运用的如此自如且恰到好处,筋脉按的极舒服,真乃上乘的手艺。问她哪里学来这样的好本事,花蜜告诉我以前在老家就是专做指压的,有正规学过一段时间。              背部的放松做的好,开始在我背上指划,按摩屁股,架起腿后柔软的小手伸进来摸蛋蛋,抚摸jj细致认真,伴随着她销魂的呻吟和温柔的抚摸,bl欲火燃烧,jj越来越硬,死死的顶住了床板。M子开始给我爆菊花,还是那么的温柔往里摸,一寸一寸顶,间或用手抚摸指划屁股,就这样进到深处搞得bl舒服的当时都快有泄身的感觉。回首再从腰间来一段指划,如同蚂蚁爬身上般酥酥痒痒,真是腾云驾雾,无比的舒服。              漫游之前先帮bl背上精油擦干净,然后花蜜脱去衣服。乳房在bl屁股滑动,舌头舔在我的背上,双手抱住我慢慢往上游走,背上舔真叫一个舒服,舔到耳朵发起sao来,舌头钻进耳朵,身体扭动起来,叫声从低吟到闷呜。bl经常看ufc,地面缠斗发挥起来,翻身把花蜜压到了身下,看着她呆、傻、萌的样子,控制她的双手,我来伺候花蜜,从脖子往下面添,舔她的咪咪,腹部平坦我舔了许久,花蜜动情的开始呻吟,用她浑厚性感的双唇疯狂的舔xl 的乳头,st卷在rt上,这个是bl命门啊,性欲冲关高涨,我抱过花蜜 舔她的嘴唇, 喘着粗气,呜呜呻吟,偎依在我的身上,手指缠绕jj,舌头翻舔rt,很快xdd又一次膨胀,在花蜜的手中腹中欲火汹涌的喷射,射出万千子孙。唯一与洗浴不同的是这里的服务流程与状态是完全不一样的,就是没有dp。              躺了一会休息片刻后,进去洗澡,花蜜服务贴心周到,进来帮忙搓背,用沐浴洗去背上精油。                            玩的欢快所以作诗一首与大家分享:身材窈窕性感,脸蛋风sao迷人;        按摩手法专业,态度和蔼可亲:       指划出神入化,偷桃欲火焚身;       漫游恍如情人,发射一飞冲天。                                                                    希望大神不要拍砖。
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    秀SPAsao美人儿FJ满足归来

    replyreload += ‘,’ + 3174;详细地址:万达苏宁睿城
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    技师数量:4
    技师年龄:20
    技师素质:非常sao,很漂亮
    技师外形:身材好,性感
    服务项目:PXFJSPA
    价格一览:298
    营业时间:12小时
    环境设备:家庭式复式
    安全评估:安全归来
    综合评价:匀称相貌绝对90+
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    下午突然来兴趣,朋友介绍说秀spa里面有个恬儿极品,点钟最高,但是注意这个M子不好约,和客服约前一天就约了下,约了今天中午第一波,12点准时到达,客服接上楼后, 初见此女,保证有很眼前一亮的感觉,好穿透明蕾丝内衣,保证一览无余,服务项目,先是助洗,重点说下舔耳朵细节,不断淫叫,很是会发sao,拨弄你心悬,很仔细也很到位,保证不机车,挑逗完后,冲洗后出来,开始按摩,调情。保证你欲罢不能,眼神配合到位,本狼小手不自然开始摸她,挑逗完毕后,翻过来正面坐在小狼身上,两腿夹住小弟弟,很会玩,边夹,边淫语,让你再次起飞,实在受不了,开始抹油,开始fj部分,小狼喜欢关灯进行,mm很听话,开始欲罢不能的入其内裤,注意掌握节奏,小狼两指入穴,此女泛滥一片,淫叫不断,开始活塞fj,美女身上很香哦,感觉非常好,最后发射M子大腿内侧,很有满足感,简单冲了下,买单走人。
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