Finally...a corral for our bison!

Finally...a corral for our bison!

January 20, 2019

This past summer and fall was a busy, but fun, time for Buck Wild Bison. We had a great time working our farmers markets and providing our online customers with delicious bison meat. Our customers are the most loyal customers in the world, and we thank you so very much for supporting our family-owned business.

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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. Working the bison consists of many things, including weighing them, determining the gender of yearlings, checking for pregnancy, loading them onto trailers, etc. So, the Buck Wild family headed to the farm and set up a solid steel corral that should do the trick!

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Afterwards, we headed home where Mom had some of our delicious bison chuck roast waiting. Thanks, Mom!

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