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A Jackson Hole, Wyoming Tradition

We've been committed to the craft of raising high-quality, responsibly-raised buffalo and elk meat for over seventy years

IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT BUFFALO

There are many important facts about buffalo meat as far as history and its health benefits. Bison meat has always been a highly sought after commodity in North America. As European settlers realized the palatability and value of the animals, the buffalo population declined dramatically from irresponsible hunting and exploitation. In 1894, after only a quarter-century of unregulated hunting, the number of buffalo in North America had dwindled from perhaps as many as 60 million to little more than 300. At this time, President Grover Cleveland made it illegal to kill buffalo in order to start to rebuild the population....

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WHAT DOES BUFFALO MEAT TASTE LIKE?

Have you been lucky enough to try buffalo meat or have you been wondering what does Buffalo Meat taste like? Compared to beef, Buffalo has a lighter flavor, tastes slightly sweet and is deliciously tender. Buffalo meat is naturally lower in fat, calories and cholesterol than beef. Unlike conventionally raised beef, our bison are grass-fed. Because of this, they are an excellent source of omega 3 acids, “healthy fats.” Cooking buffalo meat is similar to cooking beef and most of your favorite recipes can be easily adapted to Buffalo.  See our Buffalo Meat Recipes

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HOW DO I COOK BUFFALO MEAT?

HOW DO I COOK BUFFALO MEAT? Are you craving your favorite championship chili or grilled steak? The way to cook buffalo meat is similar to cooking beef and most of your favorite recipes can be easily adapted to buffalo meat. Just keep in mind the basics of cooking buffalo mentioned below, and you can enjoy delicious, healthy buffalo meat anytime. HOW TO COOK BUFFALO MEAT, THE BASICS Buffalo meat is lower in fat than most red meat and because of this, it cooks faster. Therefore, it is essential to preserve the moisture in the meat to keep it from drying...

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