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Approximately 60 million American Bison (commonly known as the American buffalo) roamed the North American plains when the first pioneers settled the frontier. They represented an abundant food source for Native Americans and settlers alike, offering longevity and strength to all who partook. Due to a combination of excessive hunting, U.S. expansion westward and a general lack of respect for the herd, the American Bison population soon teetered on the brink of extinction.

Thanks to efforts of early preservationists and concerned private breeders, the bison population was given enough protection to slowly rebound. Today, more than a half-million of them again thrive on native ground. A growing demand for a healthy, eco-friendly, sustainable meat source has given ranchers and farmers incentive to raise this great animal. This consumer demand helps keep breeders in business while simultaneously strengthening the future of the herd.

The American buffalo are special in their ability to thrive within diverse climates. Their sturdy bloodline has stood the test of time, proving them more resilient to the many complications common to modern livestock. Unlike most modern livestock, bison free-range without the need for barns or synthetic structures, which preserves natural resources.


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