Shop with confidence at Buck Wild Bison. Your bison meat has been touched by three people--our butcher, a packer, and a shipper--who follow strict cleanliness guidelines. That's what you get when you buy from a small, family-owned business like Buck Wild Bison.
Once the farmers market season wrapped up, it gave us time to set up our bison corral at the new farm. Bison may roam the open fields loading up on nutrients from the grass, but it requires a massive, strong corral system to "work" the bison. We finally have one at the new farm!
It's grilling time, and nothing tastes better on the grill than a bison ribeye steak! Read our blog to find out how easy it is to cook a bison ribeye. This tender, dry-aged steak is a fan-favorite and is sure to please.
Our land is wild and untouched, so we need a way to get around the farm and attend to our bison. With our trusty, old tractor and our new box blade, we were able to make quick work of carving out a nice foundation for our road.
Today, Buck Wild Bison officially became owners of beautiful pasture land in southern New Jersey. This property is full of thick, nutritious grass that will become the food source of a new herd of American bison.