Berkshire Mom and Litter

Available Now at Quill Creek Farms, Healthy Grass
Raised Bison and at
The Whole Buffalo Soap Co.,
Another Healthy Food Choice, But for Your Skin
 

The Whole Buffalo Soap Co., Butters

Pictures of Raw Bison Meat Cuts For Sale
Bison Information

Behavior of Bison

Bison Diet
and Predators


Description of
Buffalo/Bison


The Evolution
of Bison


North American
Bison Impact


The Bison
Meat Industry


Pictures of Raw
Bison Meat Cuts


Buffalo/Bison Packaged
Meat for Sale

The Bison Name

Favorite Bison
Recipes


Products and Services

2W Livestock
Equipment


Cypress Industries

T&S Range
Cattle feeders


Jenkins Iron and Steel

Stock-ade

Pioneer Cattle
Coupler Oiler


S3 Delta Harrows

S3 Delta Spreaders
 

  • Bison Beef Hot Dogs
  • Bison Burgers
  • Bison Chuck Roast
  • Bison Combo Package
  • Bison Ranch Steak
  • Bison Rib-Eye Steak
  • Bison Steak Tips
  • Ground Bison
  • Pure Bison Hot Dogs
Bison Beef Hot Dogs1 Bison Burgers2 Bison Chuck Roast3 Bison Combo Package4 Bison Ranch Steak5 Bison Rib-Eye Steak6 Bison Steak Tips7 Ground Bison8 Pure Bison Hot Dogs9

Why Bison?
  Nutritionally wise bison probably makes a better choice than beef. Not only is bison lower in calories and fat than beef, but is similar to beef in protein, vitamin B-12 and iron. A 3.5-ounce portion of broiled bison rib eye steak has 177 calories, 6 grams of fat, about 2 grams of saturated fat and 30 grams of protein, and meets more than 15 percent of the daily value for both vitamin B-12 and iron. By comparison, the same serving of broiled beef rib eye steak has 265 calories, 17 grams of fat, almost 7 grams of saturated fat and 27 grams of protein. Like bison, the beef rib eye is a good source of both vitamin B-12 and  iron.

Bison cause less tramping and erosion damage to the prairies than cattle, their diet is higher in grasses and thus less damage is committed to the long-term chances of the plains environment, and  bison poop functions as a natural fertilizer to their grazing areas.

However, the biggest reason to eat Bison vs. Beef, just maybe the sweeter taste,  the more dryness of
the meat and the comparable texture and flavor.
 


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