About Tatlayoko

The Tatlayoko Valley is a wild place, a long way from superhighways, fields of grain and busy cities. Here against the eastern slopes of the Coastal Mountains of British Columbia, just at the head of Butte Inlet, the wind is rarely still; at over 3500 feet above sea level we rarely have more than 12 frost free days a year.

As much as we try with our little vegetable plots and windowsill gardens, we have trouble growing more than grass. Yet ranchers have been here for generations, running cattle on fields in the valley bottom and up in the mountains among the jack pine and Douglas fir with the mule deer, bear, wolves and cougars under our cloudless skies.

This is not a place for the faint of heart, livestock or human.

Our Breeds

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