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We are the proud owners of a 260 head Bison farm located 10 miles outside of Des Moines. We steer clear of hormones and antibiotics on our farm, and we love to watch our Bison get their nutrition from our Iowa land. We are excited to offer our meat to the public and share what we have learned with generations to come.
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The only ingredients added are in our Bison sticks which come in original, cheese, jalapeno, and BBQ. Otherwise our Bison is that, just Bison.
Sticks ingredients: Buffalo, water, salt, corn syrup solids, spices, paprika, garlic powder, sodium glutamate, sodium nitrate, sodium nitrite, natural wood smoke flavors. May include; jalapeno, and cheese
Practices (our standards for raising or making our products)
We have loved watching our buffalo, and offer tours of our farm to show just how Bison live. Bison primarily stay with their herds and are moved throughout our farm to graze different pastures and ponds. Our favorite time is in the spring watching the babies shuffle beneath their moms. Our Bison are grass-fed with no anti-biotics or hormones (they're big enough) and we use our local locker for all processing.
We have a banquet hall and store located on our farm, and are excited to start tours in the Spring.
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Bison Sticks--Original Flavor
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There are 7 sticks in a pack, the weight ranges .5-.8 oz a pack.
Ingredients: Buffalo, water, salt, corn syrup solids, spices, paprika, garlic powder, sodium glutamate, sodium nitrate, sodium nitrite, natural wood smoke flavors.
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Ground Bison Meat (Grass-Fed)
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100% Iowa Grass Fed Ground Bison
Bison has 26% more iron than beef
Bison has 87% less fat than beef
Bison has 8% less cholesterol than chicken
Bison has 766% more vitamin B-12 than chicken
Bison has 32% less fat than chicken
Beef has 98% more calories than Bison
**Source USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference
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