A mix-sectional study was conducted in three counties (Damxung, Maizhokunggar and Yadong) in Tibet in April and could 2015. As many as 1,523 yaks of 181 herders were at random selected and bloodstream sampled. Sera were tested while using rose bengal test (RBT) along with a competitive immune-enzymatic assay (C-ELISA) and also the test results construed in parallel. The person yak prevalence was 2.8% (95% CI 2.-3.7) having a herd prevalence of 18.2% (95% CI 12.9-24.6). In the individual level, two predictor variables, age and production system, were considerably connected with seropositivity with a binary logistic regression analysis. The chances of Brucella infection were considerably greater in older Yaks (3-5 years old, OR = 4.51 95% CI 1.53-19.29 ≥6 years old, OR = 3.89 95% CI 1.23-17.21) when compared with individuals of more youthful yaks (≤2 years old). The chances of seropositivity for yaks managed under an agro-pastoral production system were 2.9 (95% CI 1.48-5.86) occasions greater when compared with individuals managed within pastoral production system. In the herd level, a connection between your infection with Brucella and past abortions within the herd was observed (OR = 4.98, 95% CI 1.48-16.62). Surprisingly, vaccination wasn’t connected having a lower degree of infection (p = 0.49 and p = 0.99 for individual and herd level data, correspondingly). The outcomes from the survey indicate that bovine brucellosis is endemic one of the yak population within the plateau region of China, and also the risks identified within the study should be thought about within the epidemiology from the disease so when developing control programs for that disease.