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Benjamin Lee Bison is a family owned and operated sustainable ranch that specializes in the raising of American Bison while focusing on 3 core values: conservation, transparency and quality. These values ensure that our animals and meat are 100% natural, pasture raised, hormone-free and humanely raised.

Strategically located in Sayre, Oklahoma, where Historic Route 66 cuts through the heart of the Great Plains, our ranch provides delicious, naturally flavorful, heritage breed meat that is a favorite among chefs, foodies, and home cooks.

Black Mountain Bison is proud to offer you a wide selection of Premium Bison (Buffalo) meat products from the Colorado Front Range. From bison steaks, roasts, and ground products, we have something for every taste and budget.

Our Ultimate Steakhouse Prime Rib Steak Seasoning is a granular blend with a garlicy, sweet and salty taste. With garlic, onion, cane sugar, sea salt, spices (including mustard), paprika, and natural horseradish flavors, this rub is perfect for any steak or bison roast.

Our Ultimate Steakhouse Burger Seasoning is a granular blend with a warm, sweet, mildly smokey taste. Transform your boring bison burger into a steak burger. It contains brown sugar, dehydrated garlic and onion, sea salt, paprika, spices, and a natural hickory smoke flavor.

There are two different kinds of Bison, which are the American and European bison and two kinds of buffalo, the water and cape buffalo. Much to contrary beliefs buffalo do not roam the western plains, but are actually found in South Asia and Africa.

This hump is very beneficial in the winter months and helps bison plow through deep snow while foraging for grass. In addition Buffalo will tend to have much larger horns reaching up to 6ft in length and will be bardless.

The main difference between bison and beef is that bison is much leaner and is also typically more expensive. Over the last couple years bison has raised in popularity due to it being domestically produced in their native homeland in the west and by farmers and ranchers across the country.

Due to bison being very similar to beef the cooking methods are relatively the same as long as you are cooking bison to your desired doneness the eating experience will be very similar. To ensure the proper degree of doneness using a meat thermometer throughout the entire cooking process will provide you a great eating experience time and time again.

The new Canadian Food Guide recommends Bison as a lean protein right up there with skinless chicken breast and wild game meats, and for a good reason. 100g of lean Bison has only 2.42g of fat compared to 8.09g of fat in the same amount of lean beef, and 9.66g of fat in the same amount of lean pork. In that same 100g of Bison, there is only 82mg of cholesterol compared to 86mg in the same amount of lean beef, pork and chicken. If keeping it lean and clean is your aim, Bison is one of the best choices that you can make. Figures taken from The Canadian Bison Association Website.

Noble Premium Bison Grilling and Marinating Steaks and Lean Ground bison are available fresh, across Canada, in the meat counter at Sobeys, and in Western Canada at Safeway, Thrifty Foods and select IGA stores. Visit Costco in Western Canada for our Extra Lean Ground bison. #eatbettereatbison

I have been looking into sources where I can buy bison meat. It's not as readily available as beef, so I have had to search out some sources. It was quite a search that is still ongoing today since I orginally wrote this post back in 2012.

Some people will market bison as buffalo. It really isn't the same animal. Buffalo refers to the water buffalo that look more like a cow with huge horns than a bison. For the sake of this post, I am only using the word "bison".

Kroger Various locations across the stateKroger now carries bison in several cuts under their private label Simple Truth brand. A lot of their Simple Truth stuff is organic, but not the bison meat, so don't be mislead.

Meijer Locations throughout the stateI have found that most Meijer stores I have checked out have ground bison going for around $9.99/lb. It comes in an already sealed 1 pound package.

Whole Foods Market Locations in Ann Arbor (2), Troy, Rochester Hills, West Bloomfield, East Lansing, DetroitWhole Foods carries some bison meat. They pretty much always have ground bison. Sometimes they have bison chuck roast and New York strip. There are 7 locations in the state of Michigan.

Veldheer Tulip Gardens Located in Holland, MINot quite a grocery store, but this place that specializes in tulips, also sells bison meat. All of their meat is grass fed, hormone free, antibiotic free. Check their website out for more info or call 616-399-1900

Arbor Farms 2103 West Stadium Boulevard Ann Arbor, MI 48103-3896Arbor Farms has a couple options for ground bison meat, located in their freezer section. If you want to buy already made bison patties for burgers they have that there.

Fresh Thyme Farmer's Market Various locationsI found two different types of ground bison at Fresh Thyme - TenderBison at $8.99 for 1 lb package and Blackwing Meats Organic Patties for $11.99/lb.

Trader Joe's Locations in Ann Arbor, Farmington Hills, Northville, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, Gross PointeThe only bison I have seen at Trader Joe's in their bison jerky. It is pretty good though.

Schultz Fruitridge Farms 60139 County Road 652 Mattawan, MI 49071They have bison meat available year around. You need to call in advance for meat cuts, prices, and sales. Their phone number is 269-668-3724.

Cushman Bison Farms 2427 W. 32 Road, Boon, MI 49601Cushman Bison Farms located just north of Cadalliac in Boon, has bison jerky, steaks, roasts, and burgers. You can purchase their meat through their website.

Dick's Meat Market in Adrian carries frozen bison (ground and steaks). Jerry's Market in Tecumseh also carries frozen ground bison in patties. We've not yet bought bison from Dick's, but we bought the patties from Jerry's and mixed them up with our own preferred seasonings. Those came four to a pack, but it was a pound and three quarters of meat, so we ended up making 6 smaller patties instead. They were DELICIOUS.

In Richmond MI, 48062, you can buy grass fed ground buffalo in Kroger on Grating Ave for $9.99. You can also get ground buffalo at Weeks Meat Market on Division for $8.99 and at Richmond Meat Packers on Main St for $6.99 (discount off that if buying large quantity). I haven't looked into purchasing any other cuts but i'm sure both meat markets could get them.

Unfortunately, TMZ Farms no longer sells bison out of the TrueValue Hardware Store. Hiller's has also closed, having sold all their locations to Kroger. I'm hoping the other locations here are still selling bison. My whole family likes it better than beef, and it is so much better for you.

Just look at the packaging. I just bought bison from a Kroger near me in Commerce Township and the package said Vegetarian fed-so I called the number on the back of the package to see what else the bison is fed. It is fed grass because it is pasture raised but it also fed a mix of pellet food. This can mean trouble for someone who is allergic to soy or wheat. The Kroger customer service could not give me detailed information on what exactly was in the pellet food.I decided to call because when I cooked up this package (ground) it had a smell of beef which to me when I cook up beef it has a smell of garbage which it is probably fed!So just be aware. I think the package has to say grass fed not vegetarian fed.

Yes, Hiller's used to carry a brand but for the last five years I was getting all of my red meat-bison from a farmer in East Jordan Michigan. Unfortunately the government regulations were too costly for him to stay in business so he cannot afford to raise bison any longer.

Papa Joe's market off Tienken in Rochester sells ground bison. I've eaten it, just as good as the buffalo meat I got at whole foods. Same price about $13/lb. However, at Papa Joe's it was sold ground already wrapped in the tray with plastic even though it was in the counter with all the fresh meets. It was not frozen but still made me hesitate bcz it was stored in plastic wrap. Whereas, at Whole Foods you purchase it wrapped in paper like usual and it's NOT already separated in one-pound trays. Hmm.

Minnesota grown bison meat is the source of flavorful red meats that are 97% fat free and contain 40% more protein than beef. Buffalo Hills Bison Meat uses all natural methods to raise our buffalo. Our herd roams free on our ranch in Southeastern Minnesota and graze on its native grasses. Our Bison are pastured 100% of the time and are free of hormones.

These days, bison meat popularity is on the rise - mainly due to its healthy source of protein. Compared to beef, it is leaner, with less cholesterol and saturated fat. While many enjoy ground or bison stew meat, it is still hard to obtain in your local supermarket.

ButcherBox only sells meat from pasture-raised bison, most of them hailing from the North American Plains. This means the bison roam free while being grass-fed. Grass-fed meat is of the highest quality and is healthier compared to grain-fed cuts.

All of the above companies offer excellent products and excellent grades. However, ButcherBox has to be our winner purely for how they raise their bison. The animals are allowed to roam free and are 100% grass-fed. This ensures the meat is healthy, juicy, and tender. 041b061a72


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