April 24, 2020
These are uncertain times. Many of us no longer feel safe going out in public because we don't know where the COVID-19 virus will strike next. Everything we buy tends to go through so many hands that we can't be sure if proper sanitation practices were followed. Who followed protocol and who didn't?
When you shop at Buck Wild Bison, you are buying meat that has been touched by three people. Our butcher cuts our bison meat to specification and hands it off to a packer who seals the meat and places it in a freezer. Our farm-hand, Randy, then packs your order in a thick, insulated box and sends it to your home via UPS (who never touches the meat). This is as pure as it gets. That's what you get when you purchase from a small, family-owned business like Buck Wild Bison.
These three people follow strict cleaning and disinfecting processes to make sure our bison meat is never exposed to a dangerous environment. We challenge you to find farm-fresh bison meat that has gone through fewer hands.
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