Specialized livestock raised in southeast Saskatchewan includes:
-Bison – Bison are raised for their meat and their hides. There are 1,516 animals on 44 farms in southeast Saskatchewan.
-Elk: Elk are raised for their meat and their antler velvet, used for medicinal purposes. There are 1,679 animals of 33 farms.
-Wild Boar: Wild boars are raised for their meat. There are currently 4 farms raising these animals.
-Llama & Alpaca: While llamas are raised for both their meat and their wool, alpacas are raised solely for their wool. There are at least 100 animals on 50 farms.
-Deer: Deer are raised for their meat (venison) and for their antler velvet. There are four farms raising various types of deer, including fallow, white-tail, and mule deer.