Media

As we move forward with the project, on this page you can find collections of infographics, photos and videos as well as Mongolian dairying terminologies. We have collated a series of images from our fieldwork from our previous, related project ‘Heirloom Microbes’ in 2018.

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Ger in Khövsgöl province, northern Mongolia. Photo credit: Björn Reichhardt

Urts and a reindeer corral and in the Taiga of Khövsgöl province, northern Mongolia. Photo credit: Björn Reichhardt
Horse-milking in Khövsgöl province, northern Mongolia. Photo credit: Björn Reichhardt
Camel milking in the Dongobi province, Mongolia. Photo credit: Matthäus Rest
Camel herding in a landscape of wild onions n the Dungobi province, Mongolia. Photo credit: Matthäus Rest
A table of milk tea and urum (clotted cream) made from Yak milk from Khövsgöl province, northern Mongolia. Photo credit: Björn Reichhardt
A dairy product made of reindeer milk from the Taiga of Khövsgöl province, northern Mongolia. Photo credit: Björn Reichhardt
Butter is smeared onto leather to make it pliable and long-lasting. Khövsgöl province, northern Mongolia. Photo credit: Zoljargal Enkh-Amgalan
Horses in the Bulgan province, Mongolia. Photo credit: Björn Reichhardt