American Plains Bison
The Plains Bison, which at their zenith numbered between 30 and 70 million animals, once ranged from Alaska to the northern tier of Mexican states, and from the East Coast to the West Coast of North America. The demise of the herd did not come until the Euro-American expansion westward in the late 19th century. But thanks to the cross-cultural efforts of ranchers, public-lands managers, and tribal nations, the Plains Bison has made a welcome comeback during the 20th century. The North American Plains Bison meat yields a marvelously tender, slightly sweet flavor with subtle reminders of the pasture in which the animal was raised.
The Red Lodge Farmer's Market is a growing and fun local market held in Downtown Red Lodge, Montana every Friday evening at Lions Park from mid July to September. 2011 will be our 8th year providing local foods! (more...)
The Osage Beach Farmer's Market (OBFM) was formed in the spring of 2012. Putting the concept "think global, act local" to work, OBFM opens the door into a new kind of farmers market in the lake area. (more...)
Our bison are pasture raised on lush and native grasses high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. We never use grains, antibiotics, growth hormones or pesticides of any kind.(more...)
***Now taking reservations for our Backyard Chicken Raising Class and our Meat Processing Demonstration*** We are a hobby farm with chickens, quail, and ducks. We currently sell directly to people and at the Forest Grove Farmer's Market and the L-Bar-T Bison Ranch Gift Shop. (more...)
New location, new hours, same quality. Join us in celebrating our first year at the iconic Mitchell Park Domes . Now entering its fifth season, the Milwaukee County Winter Farmers' Market provides a showcase for Wisconsin agriculture and a wonderful opportunity to "eat local longer". (more...)
Lindner Bison is committed to bringing you premium grassfed and grass-finished bison meat, as Nature intended. This means no corn, no grain, no chemicals. Our bison forage on pasture grasses in northern California where they were native in the 1500s. (more...)