Little Loaves Farm Yak: steak

Grass fed yak from Little Loaves Farm is grass born, grass raised, grass finished. Both grass and yak are chemical free, and thriving together in Alberta's Foothills. Yak meat is low in fat, high in Omega=3s, and tastes like extra beefy beef (without a hint of gaminess - yes our yaks have no game). Get your FREE yak meat quick guide!

New York Yak Steak (0.195kg)

Striploin/New York Yak Steak $49.95/Kg - $22.66/Lbs

New York Yak Steak (0.200kg)

Striploin/New York Yak Steak $50/Kg

New York Yak Steak (0.225kg)

Striploin/New York Yak Steak $49.95/Kg - $22.66/Lbs

New York Yak Steak (0.265kg)

Striploin/New York Yak Steak $50/Kg

New York Yak Steak (0.275kg)

Striploin/New York Yak Steak $49.95/Kg - $22.66/Lbs

New York Yak Steak (0.320kg)

Striploin/New York Yak Steak $49.95/Kg - $22.66/Lbs

New York Yak Steak (0.320kg)

Striploin/New York Yak Steak $50/kg

New York Yak Steak (0.320kg)

Striploin/New York Yak Steak $50/Kg

Ribeye Yak Steak (0.280kg)

Ribeye Yak Steak- $58.95/Kg - $26.74/Lbs

$16.24

Ribeye Yak Steak (0.295kg)

Ribeye Yak Steak- $58.95/Kg - $26.74/Lbs

$17.11

Ribeye Yak Steak (0.400kg)

Ribeye Yak Steak- $58.95/Kg - $26.74/Lbs

Ribeye Yak Steak (0.405kg)

Ribeye Yak Steak- $58.95/Kg - $26.74/Lbs

Ribeye Yak Steak (0.550kg)

Ribeye Yak Steak- $58.95/Kg - $26.74/Lbs

Ribeye Yak Steak (0.605Kg)

Ribeye Yak Steak- $58.95/Kg - $26.74/Lbs

$14.00

Sirloin Yak Steak (0.360Kg)

Sirloin Yak Steak $41.95/kg - $19.03/Lb

Sirloin Yak Steak (0.545Kg)

Sirloin Yak Steak $41.95/kg - $19.03/Lb

Tenderloin Yak Steak (0.235Kg)

Tenderloin Yak Steak $61.95/Kg - $28.10/Lbs

$14.10

Tenderloin Yak Steak (0.465kg)

Tenderloin Yak Steak $61.95/Kg - $28.10/Lbs

Tenderloin Yak Steak (0.500Kg)

Tenderloin Yak Steak $61.95/Kg - $28.10/Lbs

Little Loaves Farm is a family owned and operated by Jerremie, Rita, and her two brothers Stephen and Michael. They acknowledge that they live in, on, and by the traditional territories of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, including the Stoney Nakoda, Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Blackfoot Confederacy. They also acknowledge that while their family is tied to Scotland, Ukraine, and China, they have in the past, and continue today, individually, and corporately, to profit by the broken relationships and diminishment of shalom in these lands. In response they strive with both patience and zeal to find new ways to only take what is offered and increase shalom in all creation.