Quill Creek Bison, Home of Your
Quality Bison Connection

Canadian Grass Raised. Healthy Bison Meat. Sustainably Bred and Raised.
No Hormones. No Antibiotics. The Healthy Red Meat Alternative.


We Sell Retail Bison Meat, Wholesale Bison Meat and Bison Products in The United States and Canada. For more Information Regarding Overseas Distribution and Our Custom Labeling Program, Please Contact Us


We ship Bison meat and Bison products, wholesale and retail, throughout Canada, the United States and Europe 

We offer custom labeling for Bison Products from Quill Creek Bison

We buy finished Bison and all types of animals. We buy and sell Bison and Bison Calves.

 Dedicated & Committed


We strive to continually improve ourselves, our practices and of
course, our products

From Local Family Farms & Businesses

Local businesses and farms are the life blood of a local community and food system.

We Treat Them Humanely 


We breed them, we raise them, we handle and process them in using low stress and humane practices.

No Antibiotics or Hormones

Our grass raised bison and free range hogs are never given antibiotics or hormones.

Processing Continuity

By controlling all of our harvesting, we set ourselves apart to insure all obligations are meet in a timely manner.

Sustainability Bred, Raised

We believe in focusing on pasture production to promote the best practices for land management which in turn keeps our ecosystem healthy.

Local

All our products are sourced from the Saskatchewan Area. We are proud of our community

Whole Animal Utilization

Our goal is to use all parts of our animals so nothing is lost or wasted.

Community Pride

We take pride in our community, it's leaders, our schools, the teachers, the young people, the firemen and police, and in all the businesses that we support and support us and our community..

Quill Creek Bison, We Are Always Home On The Range

At Quill Creek Bison we firmly believe in land stewardship. We are the caretakers of our land and water now and for the future. The continued management of our natural resources will allow us to move forward to supply the wild and healthy grass raised Bison meat and related Bison products to the wholesalers and retailers and to the dinner table of our customers in North America and Europe. We currently have over 4000 Bison in our herds and each one is tracked from start to finish with our in house systems and staff. This allows us to produce some of  the finest quality Bison individuals and Bison herds that are available.

  • THE BISON INDUSTRY - North American Bison Farming and Bison Ranching is one of the fastest growing industries in agriculture today. More and more people are raising bison and selling bison meat and bison products. The industry demand for healthy, lean, nutritious bison meat continues to grow. The best breeding females are currently being added to build the bison herds quickly and, on average, are worth more than bulls. Prime meat animals are worth at least twice what prime beef demands. Bison by-product values have increased more rapidly than some meat products.wn the development time with drag-and-drop website builder. Drop the blocks into the page, edit content inline and publish - no technical skills required. 
  • THE NATURE OF THE BISON HERD - Bison are a naturally hardy breed. They have not only survived, but thrived, on the North American continent for thousands of years, they easily adapt to a wide variety of climates. Winter cold and summer heat are no problems for this breed. Bison are not a domestic animal and should not be handled as one. Low-pressure, low-stress methods are required. Today's bison producers have developed handling systems, such as the variety we offer, to safely herds and individuals.
  • BISON REPRODUCTION - Bison can live to a ripe old age of 40. Bison cows generally have their first off spring at age three and a calf every year there after. Bison ranchers plan on a 20 year reproductive life, and that can reach 30 in some cases. Bison calving usually occurs between April and May. Bison have a gestation period of about 280 days and calves are normally born weighing between forty and fifty pounds. Herds generally require one bull for every 10 to 15 cows.
  • THE ORIGINAL EARLY NORTH AMERICAN RED MEAT - Why eat Bison?
    1- It is taster than beef and richer in flavor.
    2- It is healthier than cow beef. It is lower in saturated fat than cow beef.
    3- Bison is a great source of nutrients, it has the basics: zinc, niacin, iron, vitamin, vitamin B6 and selenium. Bison are not handled like cows.
    4- Our Bison are free range, grass eating herds. 5-Bison is one of the leanest meats and still has a lot of protein. But it is the amount of protein you get in bison meat, without the saturated fat that makes Bison a great alternative to regular beef

The fleet's newest addition to fill our hauling and transportation needs. 

Provides safe hauling of Bison and other animals from farm to farm, feed lots, and bought and sold animals.

Affords us the ability to purchase large quantities of stock, materials and supplies for our herds to help keep costs down.

Special design features allow for humane transportation of animals to the Abattoir and other locations in North America.

Quality fleet means no breakdowns or delays during transportation in Canada or to the United States.

Bison Resources

Address

Box 400
Quill Creek, SK.,
CA. S0A3E0


Contacts

Email: support@quillcreekfarm
Phone: 306-383-3900
Store 306-287-0303