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2 yaks making tracks in Evergreen

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By Doug Bell

Evergreen resident Hans von Barby would like to have his yaks back.

But the two furry beasts apparently remain at large after escaping their enclosure sometime in June. And von Barby, who lives on Elk Ridge, is especially worried because the two cows may have been pregnant when they went on the lam.

The fugitive bovines, whose breed is native to Tibet and the Himalayas, were last spotted two weeks ago near the Clear Creek County line but haven’t been heard from since.

“I’d sure like to have them back,” von Barby said July 18.


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